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  • Update from Lyttelton Port of Christchurch

    Peter Davie, Chief Executive at Lyttelton Port of Christchurch has sent us the following update: "Following further inspections from our engineers and civil maintenance staff we can advise fuel and essential supplies are expected to start flowing through ...
  • Houston Port approves USD2 million for technology upgrades

    Contracts totaling more than USD2 million to upgrade software at Port Authority terminals and to expand network connectivity are among several matters that were approved by the Port Commission of the Port of Houston Authority. In his monthly report, Chief...
  • AS&E receives USD16.3 million order

    American Science and Engineering, Inc (AS&E) has been awarded a USD16.3 million order for multiple Z Backscatter vans (ZBV) for three agencies in a Latin American country, including existing ZBVT system users in law enforcement and customs, and the first ...
  • ABPmer provides GIS tool for marine conservation zone

    ABP Marine Environmental Research Ltd (ABPmer) has developed a free tool for those marine conservation planners that are running Marxan software in parallel with ESRI ArcGIS 10, the latest upgrade of the popular GIS software suite.  ...
  • Somali pirates and al-Shebaab - bad combination?

    A maritime security alert has been issued for Somalia following a development in the relationship between pirate syndicates and radical Islamist organisation al-Shebaab. Pirates in the harbour town of Xaraardheere have agreed to pay 20% of their ransom mo...
  • Update from Lyttelton Port of Christchurch

    Peter Davie, Chief Executive at Lyttelton Port of Christchurch has sent us the following update. Following further inspections from our engineers and civil maintenance staff we can advise fuel and essential supplies are expected to start flowing through t...
  • Port of Bundaberg still closed

    The Australian port of Bundaberg is still closed following the flooding in January which caused siltation of the shipping channels and berth pockets and damage to navigational aids. The dredge "Brisbane" has arrived at the port and is expected to complet...
  • Konecranes take prestigious role at Port & Terminal Technology USA 2011

    MCI Media Ltd, organisers of the Port & Terminal Technology Conference & Exhibition are pleased to welcome KONECRANES as Silver Event Sponsors for a second year running. The conference & exhibition, now in its third successful year in the United States, w...
  • Esoware and ARL-Shipping announce partnership

    Hong Kong-based arl-shipping.com Limited and Dutch headquartered Esoware BV today announced they have teamed up to complement the two companies' offerings. Under the terms of the partnership the companies will work together to provide customers with more ...
  • Marram grass on Maasvlakte 2 soft sea defences

    Maasvlakte 2, the port of Rotterdam expansion, is taking on more shape all the time. Around 190 million cubic meter of sand have now been sprayed on. Shortly, the new land will be protected on the western side against the sea by around 6km of dunes. Betwe...
  • Gujarat Pipavav Port Ltd announces record results

    Gujarat Pipavav Port Limited (better known as APM Terminals Pipavav) has announced its results for the financial year 2010. Last year, marks a turnaround year for Port Pipavav as it recorded the 'best ever' results in the history of the company with a 29%...
  • Temporary shutdown for South African Terminals

    South African port operator Transnet Port Terminals is gearing up for the biggest test in its nationwide rollout of the Navis SPARCS N4 terminal operating system when the system is introduced at the Durban Container Terminal (DCT) on Sunday, 27 March 2011...
  • US nationals on hijacked yacht reported killed

    Reports are coming in confirming that four US nationals held on board a yacht by Somali pirates were shot dead. The SV Quest was seized by Somalis off the coast of Oman on 18 February whilst it was taking part in a sailing expedition through the high risk...
  • Latest operational update from Lyttelton Port

    Peter Davie, Chief Executive at Lyttelton Port has provided us with the following update on the situation in Christchurch. The 6.3 magnitude earthquake on Tuesday 22 February caused further damage to Lyttelton Port of Christchurch infrastructure and facil...
  • Tropical cyclone Carlos pass port Hedland

    Tropical Cyclone Carlos passed north of Port Hedland overnight and is now expected to pass close to Port Walcott and Dampier later today. It is too early to advise if there has been any damage to Port Hedland. However, major damage is unlikely as the cycl...
  • News from Lyttelton Port of Christchurch

    Lyttelton Port of Christchurch, New Zealand wishes to advise that the port has sustained further damage from yesterday's series of aftershocks in Christchurch. ...
  • Got the picture?

    This article was published in the January/February 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   Got the picture? ...
  • Positive news and views from straddle carrier makers

    This article was published in the January/February 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   Positive news and...
  • It’s full circle for Circular Stacker Reclaimer makers

    This article was published in the January/February 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   It’s full circl...
  • Bucket type CSUs

    This article was published in the January/February 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   Bucket type CSUs...
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