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  • Pirate attacks getting bigger and bolder

    Pirate attacks on the world's seas totalled 266 in the first six months of 2011, up from 196 incidents in the same period last year, the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), International Maritime Bureau's (IMB) and Piracy Reporting Centre (PRC) revea...
  • No delays in Mumbai Port

    Reports are coming in from Mumbai [India] that operations are continuing as normal at the ports, terminals and transport services and are unaffected by the bomb blasts in the city on 13 July. Although security has been increased at entry points and invest...
  • Transas GMDSS Simulator installed in Australian Maritime College

    Supplied, installed and supported by Transas partner Electrotech Australia, the system provides flexible teaching arrangements for classes of up to 24 students through the utilisation of two instructor stations interfaced to fifteen student stations. ...
  • DCT Gdansk smart visualisation

    E-SMART the plant and equipment visualisation management tool provided by UK based International Terminal Solutions Ltd (ITS), recently went live at the DCT Gdansk terminal in Poland. ...
  • Exciting plans for the development of Port of Falmouth

    Cornwall Council cabinet has unanimously approved exciting proposals for the development of the Port of Falmouth that will create and protect thousands of jobs. The Port of Falmouth Masterplan has been developed after full consultation with the public to ...
  • Panama Canal and South Carolina Ports Authority forge ties

    The Panama Canal Authority (ACP) and the South Carolina Ports Authority (SCPA), which owns and operates the Port of Charleston, renewed their ties with the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU). First signed in July 2003, the MOU, which is renewa...
  • Marseilles Fos seeks operator for giant drydock

    The Marseilles Fos port authority is launching a tender for the use of its drydock No.10 – the largest in the Mediterranean – as a repair facility for the latest generation cruise ships, container carriers and tankers.  ...
  • Portunus Port Spares and Services sign new contract with TCDD

    Portunus Port Spares and Services from Turkey signed new contract with TCDD - Turkish State Railways for the complete refurbishment of  5 Ship to Shore Gantry Cranes. Following the cancellation of the privatisation of Izmir Port, Turkish State R...
  • APL confirms land purchase for Intermodal Container Terminal

    APL, the world's seventh largest container shipping carrier, has confirmed a land purchase to develop its latest intermodal container terminal in the city of Joliet, Illinois in the United States. ...
  • HIT Receives prestigious HK Health and Safety Certificate

    Hongkong International Terminals (HIT) today (Wednesday, 13 July 2011) received the Continual Improvement Safety Programme Recognition of System (CISPROS) Level 3 certificate from the Occupational Safety & Health Council (OSHC) in a ceremony held at ...
  • PwC appoints new UK Head of Transport & Logistics

    PwC has appointed Coolin Desai as the new UK head of its Transport & Logistics arm. He will be responsible for leading and co-ordinating PwC's services to the industry across the country and brings 15 years experience of the sector to the role. ...
  • PD Ports sows seeds of success at Medina Wharf

    A grain storage co-operative, based at Medina Wharf on the Isle of Wight, has helped safeguard its future thanks to a new 20-year lease, signed with the port operator and logistics firm, PD Ports. ...
  • ICTSI rated among Asia's best by FinanceAsia

     International Container Terminal Services, Inc. (ICTSI), the Philippines' leading port operator, was once again rated by FinanceAsia magazine as among Asia's best managed companies overall in 2011. ...
  • Rapiscan Systems receives substantial cargo and vehicle inspection contract from Middle East

    Rapiscan Systems, a leading global supplier of security inspection systems, was awarded a multimillion dollar contract from a Middle East customer to provide multiple units of its Eagle® T-10 cargo and vehicle inspection solution. ...
  • Port of Felixstowe welcomes Cosco Glory

    The Port of Felixstowe welcomed the maiden call of the Cosco Glory, the newest and largest vessel in the Cosco fleet, on Sunday 10th July 2011. The Cosco Glory and sister ship Cosco Pride were constructed by Hyundai Heavy Industries Co. Ltd, measure 366m ...
  • Seattle and Tacoma win Vision 2040 Award for Clean Air Strategy

    The Port of Tacoma and the Port of Seattle have won a 2011 VISION 2040 award from the Puget Sound Regional Council for their Northwest Ports Clean Air Strategy. The awards recognize innovative projects and programs that help ensure a sustainable future as...
  • Fatal accident at iron ore terminal in Port Hedland

    BHP Billiton has suspended operations at the Finucane Island Iron Ore export terminal, following a fatal accident. ...
  • CASSANDRA improves supply chain security through visibility

    A consortium of innovative businesses, government authorities and research insti-tutes aims to improve supply chain visibility to enhance the efficiency of trade com-pliance and the effectiveness of border controls, by combining eFreight and eCus-toms. ...
  • Southampton council strike spreads: £300m south coast port set to grind to a halt

    Unison and Unite have today (Monday) notified Southampton city council that the six week-long strike will spread to embrace more of the essential public employees who keep the city functioning. On Monday, July 11th, the port health officers, who provide h...
  • New Saudi shipyard to get TTS transfer system

    TTS Handling Systems has recently agreed a contract with Zamil Offshore Services company in Dammam, Saudi Arabia for the design, associated engineering and supply of a transfer system for the newly planned shipyard in Dammam Port. ...
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