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  • Logistically Yours

    This article was published in the March 2011 issue of World Port Development.  To receive a pdf of the article in its original format including charts and pictures please send an email to archive@worldportdevelopment.com   Logistically Yours ...
  • Continuing recovery momentum

    This article was published in the March 2011 issue of World Port Development.  To receive a pdf of the article in its original format including charts and pictures please send an email to archive@worldportdevelopment.com   Continuing recovery ...
  • Tony Gibson, Chief Executive Officer, Ports of Auckland, talks with Ray Dykes

    This article was published in the March 2011 issue of World Port Development.  To receive a pdf of the article in its original format including charts and pictures please send an email to archive@worldportdevelopment.com   Tony Gibson, Chief E...
  • Legends of the deep

    This article was published in the March 2011 issue of World Port Development.  To receive a pdf of the article in its original format including charts and pictures please send an email to archive@worldportdevelopment.com   Legends of the deep ...
  • Maintaining perfect balance

    This article was published in the March 2011 issue of World Port Development.  To receive a pdf of the article in its original format including charts and pictures please send an email to archive@worldportdevelopment.com   Maintaining perfect ...
  • Brazil's new port complex

    This article was published in the March 2011 issue of World Port Development.  To receive a pdf of the article in its original format including charts and pictures please send an email to archive@worldportdevelopment.com   Brazil’s new port ...
  • APM Terminals shines again at PMA Safety Awards

    APM Terminals' Pier 400 Los Angeles facility, the largest container terminal in the Port of Los Angeles, was awarded First Place for the fourth consecutive year in the Pacific Maritime Association's Coast Accident Prevention Awards ceremony in the categor...
  • Dredging works benefits throughput at Taicang

    In the first two months of 2011 Taicang's cargo throughput rose significantly. According to the Yangtze Waterway Bureau this was the result of the Yangtze Mouth dredging project that has brought the guaranteed minimum water level to 12.5m. ...
  • duisport supports Brazilian transport systems

    Duisburger Hafen AG, Germany and the Brazilian Ports Ministry signed an agreement in Berlin to support the government in drafting a logistics concept for the so-called Sao Paulo-Santos corridor. The corridor is the main artery for Brazilian flows of goods...
  • Gas turbine ships through Savannah's Ocean Terminal

    A 332,000 pound gas turbine was offloaded shipside directly onto a super trailer at the Georgia Ports Authority's (GPA) Ocean Terminal. This oversized or "project cargo" was one of five heavy-lift pieces in the shipment that also included 50 crates. "We a...
  • Good results for Port of Rotterdam Authority

    The Port of Rottredam Authority's results for 2010 amount to EURO 154 million. That is EURO 10 million more than the results for 2009, excluding the one-off proceeds of a sale during that year. The increase in the results is thanks, among other things, to...
  • Volume up 7% at South Carolina Ports

    Cargo throughput at South Carolina's public ports was up in February on the heels on major improvements to container operations and the completion of a nearly USD22 million project to accommodate growth in Charleston's break-bulk sector. Container volume ...
  • Nanjing Longtan terminal handled 1.4 million TEU in 2010

    Nanjing Maritime Safety Authorities, China, has announced that container throughput at their Nanjing Longtan terminal has reached 1.4 million TEU in 2010 and is expected to grow to 3 million TEU by 2015. ...
  • Container handling equipment arrives at the Port of Santa Marta

    Last week, the Port of Santa Marta in Colombia took delivery of two post-panamax container cranes and four fully electric  RTGs stacking 6+1 high. Santa Marta International Terminal Company  (SMITCO) acquired the new equipment for their container termin...
  • Libya update

    Cargo vessels looking to berth in Libyan harbours might find it increasingly difficult, not just because of violence on the land, but because of the international naval presence which has gathered off the coast. Fighting continues in Ajdabiyah while air s...
  • PD Ports and Rickmers-Linie find mining Joy at Teesport

    Teesport was temporarily transformed into a scene resembling a science fiction film earlier this month when more than 180 futuristic-looking mine arches, each weighing in excess of 27 tonnes, were loaded onto a Rickmers-Linie vessel bound for China. ...
  • Severe bunkering delays in Panama

    Tsunami warnings, rising oil prices, the continuing situation in Libya, Yemen and Bahrain and a constant stream of discharging tankers at all ports has caused major bunkering delays at Panama. Delays are reported to be most severe at Balboa where, in some...
  • Bahrain raises ISPS security level

    Bahrain has raised the ISPS security level from 1 to 2 at all of their ports with immediate effect. As a result, additional security measures will be implemented across the country including Khalifa Bin Salman Port. The political situation in Bahrain is n...
  • Ports in Yemen operate normally

    Despite continuing political tension in Yemen, port operations across the country are running normally. Over the last couple of days defections have gathered pace, when snipers opened fire on a pro-democracy camp in the capital, Sanaa, killing more than ...
  • Dust control at Saldanha Port's iron ore operations

    Transnet is gearing up for the commissioning of a new multi-million rand plant in May 2011 that will provide the extra water resources required to control red iron ore dust at its Saldanha bulk terminal, which is located within a water scare area. ...
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