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  • New terminal for Riga

    On July 26th a permit was issued for the construction of a terminal for handling and storage of fertilisers - a joint project between Uralchem Freight Limited (part of the Uralchem holding) and Riga Commercial Port. ...
  • Tampa welcomes Crowley's RoRo Service

    The Tampa Port Authority (TPA) is pleased to welcome the announcement that Crowley Liner Services looks to soon make a Tampa port call as part of its Central American Ro/Ro service. ...
  • Indexation 2011 available now

    This guide to cost standards for dredging equipment 2009, prepared by IADC from data exclusively collected for this purpose, gives the replacement value for ex-works, yard or importer, exclusive of VAT, for several types of dredging equipment including fo...
  • Tenova increases presence in India with 100% ownership in Tenova Multiform

    Tenova has reached 100% equity ownership in Tenova Multiform, the Joint Venture Company within the Strip Processing Lines and Cold Rolling Mills business in India, established in 2009. Headquartered in Mumbai, where its 2 production facilities are located...
  • PSL exploring options of entering port construction business

    A large Indian-based steel pipe maker, PSL, which recently got won one of the country's largest gas pipeline contracts, is exploring options of entering port construction business. ...
  • India is going global with its maritime ambitions

    The Indian government is setting up Indian Ports Global – a dedicated company like Dubai Port International and Singapore's PSA International – that will invest and acquire stakes in overseas ports and container terminals. ...
  • Is it reasonable to expect growth in port activity in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA)?

    This article was published in the July/August 2011 issue of World Port Development.  Paying subscribers only can receive a pdf of the article in its original format including charts and pictures by sending an email to archive@worldportdevelopment.com...
  • The Indian Container Story

    This article was published in the July/August 2011 issue of World Port Development.  Paying subscribers only can receive a pdf of the article in its original format including charts and pictures by sending an email to archive@worldportdevelopment.com...
  • Making waves in Security Scanning

    This article was published in the July/August 2011 issue of World Port Development.  Paying subscribers only can receive a pdf of the article in its original format including charts and pictures by sending an email to archive@worldportdevelopment.com...
  • Rail Wagon dumper manufacturers wary of the blips

    This article was published in the July/August 2011 issue of World Port Development.  Paying subscribers only can receive a pdf of the article in its original format including charts and pictures by sending an email to archive@worldportdevelopment.com...
  • Solid co-operation reaps rewards for Cimbria

    This article was published in the July/August  2011 issue of World Port Development.  Paying subscribers only can receive a pdf of the article in its original format including charts and pictures by sending an email to archive@worldportdevelopme...
  • Boskalis acquires € 200 million port contract in Brazil

    Royal Boskalis Westminster N.V. (Boskalis) has won a contract for the construction of a new port terminal TX2 at Superporto do Açu. The Açu Superport industrial complex in the north of Rio de Janeiro state is the largest port-industry enterprise in Lati...
  • Need for more capacity fuels expansion projects in Australia

    This article was published in the July/August  2011 issue of World Port Development.  Paying subscribers only can receive a pdf of the article in its original format including charts and pictures by sending an email to archive@worldportdevelopme...
  • Port throws weight behind renewable energy and efficiency

    Attracting new businesses to the area and improving efficiency will be the main responsibilities of two new senior appointments made by Milford Haven Port over the past month. The roles – brand new positions in renewable energy development and proc...
  • Two new Very Large Crude Carriers to Oman Shipping Company

    Oman Shipping Company recently acquired two very large crude carriers, SEEB from Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering Co Ltd (DSME) and SAMAIL from Universal Shipbuilding Corporation Ltd, Japan. SAMAIL will be OSC's first VLCC to be technically mana...
  • Transas Middle East has successfully accomplished project in Dar Es Salaam

    Transas Middle East has successfully accomplished the project to supply a training suite including navigational, engine room and GMDSS simulators to Dar Es Salaam Maritime Institute (DMI) in Tanzania. ...
  • St James Stevedoring Partners orders two Gottwald floating cranes

    Gottwald Port Technology GmbH (Gottwald), a subsidiary of Demag Cranes AG, has been awarded a contract to supply two more floating cranes to St James Stevedoring Partners, USA, which will already enter service on the Mississippi River in the aut...
  • Ship size and type no problem for history making marine pilots

    Three Durban women have made history by becoming Africa's first black, female marine pilots to obtain an open licence that enables them to navigate ships of any size and type into South African waters. ...
  • The Cochin Port Trust sets a productivity record in cargo handling

    The Cochin Port Trust has set a productivity record in cargo handling by unloading the highest quantity of industrial salt from the ship M.V.J.S. Belmar on July 8. Port workers discharged 13,477 tonnes of industrial salt in bulk from the ship, the highest...
  • Panama Canal and Georgia Ports Authority renew and strengthen alliance

    The Panama Canal Authority (ACP) and the Georgia Ports Authority (GPA), which owns and operates the Port of Savannah, renewed their ties today with the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU). The MOU, renewable for five years, was first signed in ...
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