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  • Fisherman dies after connecting portable electrical equipment

    Following the death of a fisherman, who was electrocuted while connecting a portable bilge pump to the power extension cables on board a fishing sampan, the Hong Kong Marine Department has reminded owners and masters of vessels to exercise due care when h...
  • Normal port operations in Yemen

    Port and terminal operations in Yemen are continuing as normal, unaffected by the car bomb blast in Aden on 20 July that killed a British citizen who worked for a marine consultation and inspection company. Despite heightened security in the aftermath of ...
  • Terex attains 81.83% shareholding on expiry of additional acceptance period

    Terex Industrial Holding AG today announced the final outcome of its voluntary public tender offer to shareholders of Demag Cranes AG. According to Terex, the acceptance rate on expiry of the additional acceptance period at midnight on 19 July 2011 came t...
  • Rush hour in the construction of Maasvlakte 2

    The construction of Maasvlakte 2, the expansion of the Port of Rotterdam, the Netherlands, is proceeding according to schedule. Currently work is focusing on building the hard seawall, dredging the quays for the first container terminals and the preparati...
  • Charleston handles largest container ship

    Charleston, South Carolina has welcomed the largest container ship to ever call the Port of Charleston when the MSC BRUXELLES docked at the Wando Welch Terminal on Wednesday, 20 July. The 109,000 tonnes ship is more than 1,100 feet long and 150 feet wide....
  • Good six months for port of Nanchang

    The Chinese port of Nanchang in Jiangxi province has seen container throughput grow by 21.9% in the first six months of this year handling. ...
  • Konecranes reports continued strong order intake

    In their second quarterly interim report, Finnish Konecranes reports a 24.3% increase in order intake – EUR 452.8 compared to EUR 364.4 in the same period last year (service division was up 17.1% while equipment jumped 34.7%). At the end of June the ord...
  • Shanghai up for first six months – but down year-on-year

    Shanghai International Port Group (SIPG) has reported that for the first six months of this year, China's largest port, Shanghai, handled a total of 15.3 million TEU, up 10.5% compared to the same period in 2010. ...
  • Bridge Cranes for the Hydrosogamoso Project in Colombia

    Taim Weser and its technology partner in Colombia, IMOCOM have manufactured, in Bogota, the two largest bridge cranes ever made in the country, which are designed for the Hidrosogamoso hydroelectric power plant project undertaken by the company, Isagen, i...
  • New study expands groundbreaking work comparing carbon impacts from Asia to US destinations

    A recently updated study shows that the Port of Seattle once again offers the lowest carbon footprint for containers moving from Asia to the Midwest. The 2011 "Carbon Footprint Analysis for the Asia to North America Intermodal Trade", conducted by the mar...
  • Tanker hijacked off Benin - local groups inspired by Somali pirates

    In June, the Gulf of Guinea region has seen a 1.5% rise in pirate activity and a 30% increase from June 2010. The latest maritime alert has been issued after a tanker was hijacked off the coast of Benin on 16 July. ...
  • Vizhinjam port project delayed in order to receive new bids

    The deadline for bid submission for the Vizhinjam port project has been extended by the Kerala State Government to August 16 in order to accommodate a request from State-owned Shipping Corporation of India. ...
  • Duisburger Hafen handles 1.2m TEU in first six months of 2011

    Container throughput for the first six months of this year at the largest inland port in Europe has hit record level. Duisburger Hafen in Germany handled a total of 1.2 million TEU in the first six months of 2011, up by 10% compared to the same period in ...
  • Pirates hijack vessel off Puntland

    Somali pirates have hijacked a vessel off the coast of Puntland. The vessel was sailing from Bossasso towards the United Arab Emirates with a cargo of livestock. ...
  • Port and ferry operators urge Government to ease summer getaway

    The Port of Dover and the three Dover ferry operators, P&O Ferries, DFDS Seaways and SeaFrance Ltd, are jointly calling on the UK Government and the Highways Agency to implement swift action on the main road artery to Dover. This is in anticipation o...
  • Port of Kiel posts top half year handling result

    The Port of Kiel has posted top results for the first half of the year. It handled more than 3.2 million tons of cargo between January and June – a good 20% more than in the same period of last year. ...
  • Positive trend in first quarter continues for Zeeland Port

    After getting off to a good start in the first quarter of 2011, maritime throughput in the Zeeland ports also closed the second quarter well up. Trade therefore developed exceedingly well in the first half year. Imports and exports rose by 11% during thes...
  • Cargo business increases at Port of San Diego

    The Port of San Diego is experiencing a busy summer with the arrival of more than 600 alternative energy components, which may be an indicator of an economic recovery both domestically and world-wide. ...
  • Konecranes' third RTG delivery to Brazilian terminal

    In February 2011 Konecranes received a repeat order for six RTG (rubber tired gantry) cranes from terminal operator TCP Paranagua in Brazil. This is Konecranes' third RTG delivery to TCP: when the recently ordered cranes have been delivered, TCP Paranagua...
  • Our newsletter brain teasers

    Please login to read the answers to our brain teasers below which appeared in our latest newsletter 1)  Which country generated the highest value (in percentage) of world trade in 2009?2) In 2009, which country had the highest ownership percent...
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