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  • Support for victims of the Tohoku district - off the Pacific Ocean Earthquake

    Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd. (MOL; President: Koichi Muto) today reported that MOL has begun support activities to help victims of the quake and to help restore their homes and cities. MOL has decided to donate ¥50 million to help support and rescue victims...
  • Volume growth for Ports of Auckland

    Ports of Auckland Ltd has reported growth in container and bulk and breakbulk volumes for the half year to 31 December 2010. The Port is New Zealand's largest import port and manages New Zealand's largest container terminal operations alongside its bulk a...
  • New shipping line provides weekly link between Hamburg and the east coast of South America

    On 6 March 2011, the container ship Hanjin Chennai docked in the Port of Hamburg for the first time within the scope of the new joint service shared by Hanjin, UASC, COSCO and CCNI between Northern Europe and the east coast of South America. The new ESE s...
  • Expansion of SUEK's Coal Export Terminal at the Pacific Sea

    SUEK and Tenova TAKRAF have signed a contract for the expansion and upgrading of the SUEK owned coal export terminal Vanino. The contract comprises the expansion of the terminal's storage capacity by 230,000 t. The new equipment will have an operating cap...
  • Paul Smits appointed financial director of Port of Rotterdam Authority

    The Port of Rotterdam Authority has a new financial director: Paul Smits, from KPN. Smits (47) studied mathematics and has held various posts during his career at KPN. He was, for instance, responsible for innovation in mobile telephony and for strategy a...
  • Rotterdam catches up in Russia

    In 2010, the port of Rotterdam handled over 40% more containers in the direct trade with Russia as compared to 2009. According to the prognosis, the number of twenty foot units (TEU) will be around 405,000. This will probably diminish the difference with ...
  • A thank you from Lyttelton Port of Christchurch

    Now that we have a moment to take a breath after the devastating earthquake of 22 February 2011, we'd like to thank all our customers and business partners for their tremendous assistance and ongoing faith in us during these difficult times. To those of y...
  • Gas carrier makes first call at Fos

    The 34,300-tonne capacity gas carrier Rhourd El Fares, owned by Algerian company Hyproc, has made her maiden call at the Lavera terminal in Marseilles Fos, the world's third largest oil port. Built last year, the 174-meter long vessel discharged 19,000 to...
  • Tender - Repair of damaged quay wall

    Cebu Port Authority in the Philippines has accounced a tender for the repair of a damaged quay wall, rehabilitation of an existing quay wall and an extension of a Ro-Ro ramp. ...
  • € 190 million first phase of the Gladstone Western Basin Dredging project awarded

    Dredging International (Australia) Pty Ltd and Van Oord Australia Pty Ltd have been awarded the Western Basin Main Works Dredging – Parcel 5 contract in the Port of Gladstone, Queensland, Australia. The client of this AUD 260 million (€ 190 million) c...
  • New Australian college chooses Kongsberg Maritime simulators

    The installation of a new suite of navigation simulators has been completed at the all-new Great Barrier Reef International Marine College (GBRIMC) in Cairns, Australia. Installation took place in January 2011 and consisted of a 270 degree DNV Class A ful...
  • Port of Dover shares expertise with Indonesian Ambassador

    A VIP delegation from Indonesia visited the Port of Dover last week (04.03.11) in order to discover how the port plans for the future. Included in the fact-finding mission, hosted by the port, were His Excellency Mr. Yuri O.Thamrin, the Ambassador, and re...
  • Konecranes acquires Austrian lift truck service company operations

    In March 2011 Konecranes acquired the assets and operations of lift truck service company Zeiss Staplerservice GmbH, headquartered in Sommerein, Austria. The company is specialised in lift truck maintenance service, and the sales and rental of lift trucks...
  • Paulson announces retirement plans

    Port of Vancouver Board of Commissioners has announced the selection of Deputy Executive Director Todd Coleman as the port's next executive director when Larry Paulson retires in April 2012. Paulson announced his decision to step down from the executive d...
  • ICTSI full year 2010 net income up 79%

    International Container Terminal Services, Inc. (ICTSI) today reported consolidated audited financial results for the year ended December 31, 2010 posting full-year revenue from port operations of US$527.1 million, an increase of 25 percent over the US$42...
  • UAE contract for Terex Sprinter Carriers

    Abu Dhabi Ports Company (ADPC), in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), has recently awarded Terex Port Equipment a contract for 20 Terex® Noell SC624E Diesel-Electric Sprinter Carriers - 1 over 1, 9' 6". The Sprinter Carriers will see service in the new Khal...
  • Worlds' largest ships at Felixstowe

    Two of the world's largest container ships have met for the first time at the Port of Felixstowe. The 15,550 TEU Eleonora Maersk, and the 14,000 TEU MSC Paloma, are both regular callers at the UK's largest container port, but usually on different days. Th...
  • Maersk’s New Latin American Service Calls on Port of Savannah

    Georgia Ports Authority's (GPA) Executive Director Curtis J. Foltz announced that Maersk has added the Port of Savannah to its newest all-water service, Spondylus. Named for the seashell that once was used as currency for trade by Andeans in Ecuador, the ...
  • IHC Merwede and DEME join forces to develop deep-sea mining activities

    IHC Merwede, a Dutch supplier of ships and equipment for dredging and mining activities, and DEME, a Belgian dredging and environmental services group, will enter into a joint venture for deep-sea mining activities. Under their cooperative agreement, IHC ...
  • Transas Marine installs a Vessel Traffic Management System in Togo

    Transas Mediterranean in cooperation with its local partner SERAMAR have delivered a Vessel Traffic Management System (VTMS) to Port Autonome de Lomé. The System is installed in Lomé Port - the main point of exchange for the country. During the tender p...
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