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  • SAIL mulling over investment options

    In its bid to have captive cargo handling facilities on the east coast, Steel Authority of India Ltd (SAIL) is mulling over investment options, including equity participation, in a few major opportunities: the construction of a new port or berths, termina...
  • DCT Gdansk triggers new ambitions for Poland

    DCT Gdansk and Maersk Line have made a major step forward for the marine industry in Poland with the first regular E class vessels call to the Baltic Sea. In January 2010, Maersk and DCT started a revolution in the Baltic Sea by establishing a regular c...
  • Boost for STX Brazil yard

    A contract has been signed between STX Brazil Offshore SA and TTS Handling Systems AS for a range of equipment and services at the new STX Promar shipyard in Brazil. Included in the contract are a 12-metre panel line, delivery of a multiwheeler block tran...
  • The Board of Trustees of India's Kochi Port awarded a three year contract for maintenance dredging

    The Board of Trustees of India's Kochi Port awarded a three year contract for maintenance dredging in the channel and basin to Dredging Corporation of India Ltd. The Board also entrusted Mercator Lines Ltd, Visakhapatnam to carry out capital dredging in f...
  • Port of Vancouver receives $800,000 CERB loan

    The Port of Vancouver will receive an $800,000 loan from the Washington State Community Economic Development Revitalization Board (CERB). The funding will be used to make improvements to an existing port facility that are necessary before the aluminum ext...
  • LPC welcomes namesake NYK Lyttelton

    A ship with a very familiar name is arriving at Lyttelton Port of Christchurch (LPC) on Monday, 23 May 2011 on its maiden voyage to the port. NYK chartered the vessel just after February's earthquake and it required renaming as its previous name was unsui...
  • India's New Mangalore Port is now targeting a 50 percent growth

    After registering a 27.66 per cent growth in container traffic during 2010-11, India's New Mangalore Port is now targeting a 50 percent growth in the current fiscal. Last year the port handled 40,158 TEU and this year the volume is expected to go up to 60...
  • Mitsui OSK Lines (MOL) is introducing a weekly direct service between India's Nhava Sheva port and China

    Japan's shipping company Mitsui OSK Lines (MOL) is introducing a weekly direct service between India's Nhava Sheva port and China via Singapore next week, as part of its initiatives to sharpen focus on the Indian and other Asian markets. With this new ser...
  • Siwertell ship unloaders - record breaking through the ship capacity in Taiwan

    Two Siwertell ship unloaders delivered to the TPC Talin Power Plant, Kaohsiung Taiwan, recently set a record in through the ship capacity during commercial discharge of a bulk cargo. The Siwertell ship unloaders were tested in December 2010 with the MV Ta...
  • Considerable growth for Port of Hamburg in 2011 first quarter

    In the first three months of 2011 the Port of Hamburg achieved above-average growth of 18.2 percent in container throughput and a 9.8 percent gain in total seaborne cargo throughput. Whereas the Western ports of Rotterdam and Antwerp reported increases in...
  • New mobile harbour crane helps half discharge time for trans-shipped Brazilian steel cargo

    The Port of Liverpool's new Liebherr harbour mobile crane has earned its spurs by massively reducing the discharge time in its first operational use. The crane, which has an 82-tonne capability, was used in alongside an existing mobile to unload a cargo o...
  • Corps green lights Charleston Deepening

    The deepening of the Port of Charleston took a huge leap forward today when the US Army Corps of Engineers released its Work Plan for the rest of Fiscal Year 2011.  The Corps included funds to kick-off the next phase of the Charleston Harbor post-45 ...
  • South Carolina Port volume up for year

    While the pace of global recovery is cooling, shipping activity through South Carolina's ports remains up through the current fiscal year.  At its regular monthly board meeting today, the South Carolina Ports Authority today reported that container v...
  • Construction of Maasvlakte 2 on schedule - 20,000 concrete blocks will protect coast

    The first 40 meters of the new block dam that will protect Maasvlakte 2 from the onslaught of the waves are now in place. Three weeks ago, a special crane - the Blockbuster – started work on this breakwater, which will be built in the sea 50 meters off ...
  • Global shipping leaders call for action to create sustainable industry

    Some of the biggest names in shipping today called on the industry to take far-reaching action to create a maritime sector which is socially and environmentally responsible and profitable. Members of the Sustainable Shipping Initiative, a global coalition...
  • Taim Weser will display at METEC 2011

    Taim Weser will participate in METEC, the International Metallurgical Technologies Fair, which will hold its 8th edition from 28 June to 2 July in Dusseldorf (Germany). The company will be promoting its lifting and bulk handling systems and equipment. &nb...
  • Port's cruise, cargo operations continue undeterred

    The Port of New Orleans continues to conduct business as usual and new forecasts since the opening of the Morganza Floodway Saturday indicate River levels in New Orleans are expected to remain steady for the next two weeks.  "We are working closely w...
  • Transas presents 3D VTS module for Port Operations

    Transas is glad to announce its enhanced 3D VTS solution. First presented to the world maritime market in 2008, current version of 3D VTS has been significantly upgraded. The product visually represents the full-scale 3-dimensional view of the navigationa...
  • Mundra Port and SEZ Ltd (MPSEZL) has reported that its income grew by 36 percent

    Mundra Port and SEZ Ltd (MPSEZL) has reported that its income grew by 36 percent and profit after tax by 41 percent in the financial year ended March 31, 2011, compared with the corresponding period in the last fiscal year. ...
  • India's fast-growing Vizag Port Trust will award contracts

    India's fast-growing Vizag Port Trust will award contracts worth R20B rupees in the current fiscal for mechanisation and dredging to help augment the capacity of India's second-largest port by 36%, a top official said. While six projects would be taken up...
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