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  • Mixed fortunes as Marseilles Fos maintains first-half throughput

    Leading French cargo port Marseilles Fos has recorded an exact repeat of its 2010 first-half performance with total January-June throughput of 44.6 million tonnes, while passenger numbers rose 2% to 779,000. ...
  • Harwich International Port welcomes MPI Adventure

    Harwich International Port is delighted to welcome the MPI Adventure on its maiden operational call to the port. In conjunction with the jack-up vessel Seaworker, which has been working at the port since March of this year, the MPI Adventure will begin in...
  • EBRD acquires a 2.98 percent stake in Global Ports Investments PLC

    The London-based European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) acquired a 2.98 percent stake in Global Ports Investments PLC, the leading Russian independent container and oil products terminals operator, as part of a successful Initial Public O...
  • Another order from Turkey for Conductix-Wampfler

    Turkish container terminal operator Marport Terminal Operators SA is converting 18 Rubber Tired Gantry cranes to mains electrical operation. The contract has been awarded to Conductix-Wampfler for the RTG conversion, steel construction, and installation o...
  • APM Terminals Apapa berth productivity up 50%

    Individual crane productivity has increased by 25% in the past 12 months at the Apapa Container Terminal, Nigeria, with overall berth productivity rising by 50% during the same period even as port container volumes have surged by 26%. ...
  • Cargotec files lawsuit against SweFrame for theft

    Cargotec's Bromma Conquip, Sweden, has filed a lawsuit in Sweden against SweFrame  Port Equipment AB claiming inter alia for damages due to theft and use by SweFrame of Bromma's sensitive product information. ...
  • ThyssenKrupp rail car unloaders for Tarahan Port

    PT Bukit Asam (Persero) Tbk., Indonesia or PTBA, holder of two coal mine sites in South and West Sumatra, is currently increasing its production from coal mining in Tanjung Enim. In line with this production increase up to 25 million tons per year by the ...
  • Liberian President tours APM Terminals Liberia

    Monrovia, Liberia- Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf visited the Freeport of Monrovia concession zone, touring the jetty and the refurbished Operations/Marine building as well as the nearly completed new training center. The port has been in operat...
  • Zeebrugge handled over 1 million TEU in 2010

    Container Handling Zeebrugge (CHZ), the deepsea container terminal operated by DP World in Zeebrugge, Belgium, has handled over 1 million TEU in 2010. The terminal has a quay length of 1.000m and is equipped with 6 quay cranes with up to 21 rows outreach....
  • Georgia Ports Authority posts double-digit traffic increase

    Georgia Ports Authority's (GPA) Executive Director Curtis J Foltz has announced that the GPA handled more than 2.9 million TEU at the Port of Savannah, more than 465,000 automobiles and machinery units at the Port of Brunswick and nearly 2.2 million break...
  • The Indonesian national government is working on a large-scale project to develop 14 ports

    The Indonesian national government is working on a large-scale project to develop 14 ports as international harbors throughout the country in preparation for the establishment of the single ASEAN market by 2015. ...
  • Tampa Port Authority board approves millions of dollars in significant investments

    The Board of Commissioners of the Tampa Port Authority, at its July 19 regular board meeting, set wheels in motion that will further the momentum of the port's aggressive capital development initiatives, ensuring that many millions of dollars will bolster...
  • Tacoma container volumes show continued strength in exports, decline in imports

    The Port of Tacoma's year-to-date container volumes through June are up 2 percent, with the Port handling 720,178 TEU.  Full export container volumes through the Port remain strong—up 14 percent year-to-date through June--while full import containe...
  • MSC Transfers Services to Port of Felixstowe Berths 8&9

    During on-going operational commissioning at the new Berths 8 & 9, the Port of Felixstowe recently welcomed Capt. Rafaelle Porzio – MSC Operations Manager, who arrived on board MSC Kalina, which celebrated its maiden call at the new terminal. Both of Me...
  • Dredging works in Visakhapaynam

    The inner harbour channel in the Indian port of Visakhapaynam is currently being deepened. The Port Trust announced that channel is being deepened to a dredged depth of -13.5m to accommodate vessels with a draft up to 12.5m. ...
  • Hanjin has chosen Le Havre to restart service to Japan

    Hanjin, one of the top ten world shipping lines, resumes service with Japan via Le Havre, France. This new service was inaugurated at the "quai de l'Europe", on 15 July, with the arrival of the first vessel, the Orpheus. With the arrival it not only stren...
  • Tacoma container traffic – increase exports, decline in imports

    The Port of Tacoma's year-to-date container traffic through June is up 2 per cent, with the Port handling 720,178 TEU. ...
  • Tampa Port Authority board approves millions of dollars in investments

    The Board of Commissioners of the Tampa Port Authority have set wheels in motion that will further the momentum of the port's aggressive capital development initiatives, ensuring that many millions of dollars will bolster the competitiveness of Florida's ...
  • Klaipeda Port sees 22.6% increase in cargo throughput

    Klaip?da Port handled 18.4 million tonnes of cargo in the first six months of 2011 – an increase of 22.6 % compared to the same period last year. ...
  • Minister of Economy of Poland visits DCT Gdansk

    On 21st July 2011, DCT Gdansk played host to Deputy Prime Minister of Poland and Minister of Economy Mr. Waldemar Pawlak during the maiden call of 15,500 TEU Evelyn Maersk. While 6,000 containers were being loaded and discharged from Evelyn, Minister Pawl...
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