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  • Tender – Concession for new port for Aruba

    Aruba Ports Authority (APA) NV has today made available specifications of the Project Information Memorandum (PIM), the Request For Proposal (RFP) and the Draft Concession Agreement for the Project for the Concession to Design, Build, Finance, Maintain, O...
  • DP World Southampton equips for the future

    DP World Southampton, UK, made an important step in upgrading its equipment capability over the weekend, as the second and final shipment of sections of two new super post-panamax cranes (with 22 containers wide reach) arrived onboard the MV Beluga Format...
  • Promising year for the Port of Itajai

    The Brazilian Port of Itajai has started first quarter operations at full steam and already expects to handle this year a record breaking 1.1 million TEU. Once that mark has been reached it will represent a 15% growth over the 953,013 TEU handled in 2010....
  • Liebherr Werk Nenzing moves in to log handling

    Liebherr Werk Nenzing, Austria has launched the new LRS 645 LH reachstacker in "Log Handler" format especially developed for operations in the timber handling sector. Designed to optimise wood yard storage space and wood yard maintenance costs, The LRS LH...
  • Largest container vessel ever to call at the port of Haifa

    Forced by unrest and uncertainty in Egypt, Yang Ming's Post Panamax vessel "YM Maturity", a 6,572 TEU capacity container vessel, docked last week at the new Carmel terminal in the port of Haifa, Israel. The vessel diverted to Israel instead of its usual b...
  • New straddle carrier from Konecranes

    Terminal quayside container unloading operations need to be linked flexibly with yard stacking operations. The new Boxrunner straddle carrier from Konecranes is the flexible link between ship-to-shore cranes and automated yard cranes and  offers unique c...
  • Good news for the Port of Itajai

    Four major shipping companies – Hanjin, UASC, CCNI and Cosco – have included the Port of Itajai, Brazil, in a new joint venture service. The service will greatly improve overall container volume handled by APM's Terminal Teconvi – the Port of Itaja...
  • DP World opens Vallarpadam Container Terminal

    The new Vallarpadam terminal, DP World's first dedicated transshipment and gateway hub in India, has been opened last Friday by India's Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh in a ceremony attended by more than 5,000 customers, officials and dignitaries. The pr...
  • Aumund Middle East strengthens its market presence

    Aumund Fördertechnik GmbH with its headquarters in Germany has opened a new subsidiary in Dubai, UAE. Under the name Aumund Middle East the new office will be headed up by Emil Catalina. From here and in close cooperation with the company's manufacturin...
  • New operational targets achieved by Ngqura

    The new Ngqura Container Terminal (NCT), located in Port Elizabeth, South Africa and operated by Transnet Port Terminals (TPT), has started the year with impressive operational performance, the highest since its opening in October 2009. During January 201...
  • Ports in Cambodia see huge growth in 2010 traffic

    Services and shipping across Cambodia's two major ports generated total revenues of USD35 million in 2010, according to official data, a rise of around 31%. Sihanoukville Autonomous Port, the biggest port in the Kingdom, generated about USD28.42 million ...
  • Buhler celebrates successful anniversary year 2010

    The Buhler Technology Group, Switzerland, can look back on an encouraging business year 2010. For the first time in the Group's 150-year history, order intake exceeded the two billion Swiss francs mark. Also sales and operating result (EBIT) continued to ...
  • Dragados SPL changes its name to “NOATUM”

    Dragados Servicios Portuarios y Logísticos SL (DSPL), the leading operator of maritime terminals and shipping in Spain, with interests in container terminals in the ports of Bilbao, Valencia, Malaga and Las Palmas, has changed its legal name to NOATUM Po...
  • Rail shuttle links Le Havre with South-West Germany

    Naviland Cargo, a subsidiary of the SNCF Geodis group and French market leader in Combined Maritime Transport, has launched a new international rail shuttle linking the French port of Le Havre with the state of Rhineland-Palatinate (south-west Germany) vi...
  • DP World evaluates modernisation of Indian port of Kulpi

    Under a public private partnership with Cochin Port and the Government of India, Dubai-based DP World is developing India's first International Container Transshipment Terminal at Vallarpadam. But the company is also in talks with the Central and State Go...
  • Construction for the new Colombo Harbour project is on schedule

    According to the Sri Lanka Ports Authority (SLPA), the expansion of the Port of Colombo is on schedule for opening in April next year. The construction work, which includes the construction of a 6.83km long breakwater along with dredging of the new harbou...
  • Port expansion could threaten drinking water

    The proposed USD600 million Savannah harbour deepening has ran in to more trouble. Deepening the Savannah River to accommodate large cargo vessels could risk contaminating the city’s drinking water - unless somebody pays USD40 million for a solution. ...
  • More spreader orders for Bromma

    Bromma has been awarded contracts for a total of 62 new spreaders for three port projects in Colombia, Brasil and Kuwait. In Colombia the company has won a new contract for 29 crane spreaders (5 quay crane spreaders and 24 all-electric RTG spreaders) for ...
  • Bromma receives Greenline orders from Spain and UAE

    Bromma has been awarded two major new contracts for the supply of all-electric spreaders for use on automated stacking cranes. Bromma has won an order for a total of 40 GreenLine™ all-electric yard crane spreaders for the new Terminal Catalunya SA (TERC...
  • Cimbria Bulk Equipment delivers chutes to the Hungarian market

    Cimbria Bulk Equipment has delivered 2 Moduflex loading chutes type S300 in stainless steel to Magyar Cukor Zrt, which is part of Agrana. The chutes will be used for loading sugar into tankers and wagons and are equipped with food grade modules and config...
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