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  • Ocean Group awarded St Lawrence waterway dredging contract

    Canada-based Ocean Group, through its subsidiary Dragage St-Maurice, has been awarded a seven-year contract, valued at almost CAND30 million, for the maintenance dredging works of two of the St-Lawrence's ship channels: the North Traverse and the Bécanco...
  • TT Club launches online cargo insurance facility

    After extensive trialling of the system over the last twelve-months, TT Club has honed the process of application for, through to confirmed provision of, cargo cover specifically addressing the practical needs of the freight forwarder and logistics operat...
  • Kuwaiti ports close due to bad weather

    Yesterday, the Kuwaiti Government closed all ports in the country due to strong winds and dust storms. Although the forecast for today looks somewhat brighter - partly cloudy with moderate to fresh south easterly changing to north westerly wind, with spee...
  • Patrick hit by strike action

    Patrick, the stevedoring company in Fremantle, Australia, has been informed by the Maritime Union of Australia (MUA) that its members will strike at the Webb Dock East site on Wednesday, 6 April and on Thursday, 7 April at Fremantle. The strike actions by...
  • CMA-CGM's 'Mascareignes' and 'EPIC' services relocate to KCT

    CMA-CGM's 'Mascareignes' service has re-located to Khorfakkan Container Terminal (KCT), situated in the emirate of Sharjah on the Eastern Coast of the UAE and operated by international ports and logistics group, Gulftainer, on behalf of the Sharjah Ports ...
  • Port Commission to hold special meeting

    The Port of Vancouver Board of Commissioners will hold a special meeting on Wednesday, April 6 to attend to three action items.  Commissioners Brian Wolfe, Nancy Baker and Jerry Oliver will meet Wednesday in open session beginning at 10:30 a.m. in th...
  • New All-Water Asia Service Picks Port of Charleston

    A group of major shipping lines has selected the Port of Charleston for a new, all-water service connecting the growing Southeast U.S. region with South Korea and Central and South China. ...
  • New port will add to Peru's economic success story

    Peruvian government officials selected APM Terminals to run "Terminal Muelle Norte" in the port of Callao.  The port project supports the Peruvian government's initiative to continue to modernize its port infrastructure to meet the country's growing ...
  • Konecranes wins its first RTG order in the UK

    In March 2011 UK-based PD Teesport awarded Konecranes a contract for four RTG (rubber tired gantry) cranes. These are the first Konecranes cranes of this type to be delivered to the UK. The eco-efficient RTGs will be delivered in autumn 2011. PD Teesport ...
  • Kiel's cruise shipping season a month longer than last year

    This year's cruise shipping season opens in Kiel today, April 3rd, and the first guest of the season in the fiord port will be AIDA Cruises' latest addition "AIDAsol", which is due to be named April 9th during a spectacular show and firework celebration i...
  • Port of Liverpool invests in additional crane capacity

    A new Liebherr harbour mobile crane with 82 tonne capability has arrived at the Port of Liverpool, taking the total number in the Peel Ports Mersey fleet to eight. The crane, which will become fully operational later this month, is equipped with real time...
  • Bontang restricts vessels coming from Japan

    The Port of Bontang in Indonesia has put restrictions in place for vessels calling at the port and coming from Japan. The Quarantine Officer at Pertamina Bontang requires vessels whose last call was to a Japanese port to issue a certificate and/or a signe...
  • Unrest in India

    The All India Port & Dock Workers Federation, along with 4 other Federations, has announced an indefinite nationwide strike from 15 April 2011....
  • Operations affected at Queensland port due to bad weather

    Persistent rainfall in the Mackay region in Queensland, Australia over the past 4 days has affected the railway infrastructure. With floods causing debris along the rail line network trains are arriving at the coal terminals at a much reduced rate. ...
  • New container terminal for Chongqing

    Earlier this week, the Chongqing East Port Container Terminal in the town of Guangyang, located on the southern bank of the Yangtze River, started its container operations. ...
  • IHC Merwede maintains revenue and increases profit

    In 2010, , IHC Merwede revenue reached EUR 1.01 billion, aided by successful sales towards the end of 2009 – a  trend which continued in 2010 with sales reaching EUR 1.02 billion. IHC Merwede develops and builds innovative vessels, advanced equipme...
  • Port Botany container trade continues growth run

    Sydney Ports Corporation Chief Executive Officer Grant Gilfillan announced today that total container volume through Port Botany in February 2011 was 151,100 TEU (twenty foot equivalent units), an increase of almost three per cent compared with February 2...
  • The world's largest container vessels to call at DCT Gdansk

    DCT Gdansk, Poland's biggest container terminal will start handling the largest container vessels in the world from May 2011. Vessels of 15,500 TEU-capacity will be calling at DCT Gdansk terminal within Maersk Line AE10 service connecting the Far East and...
  • AS&E Systems to screen parcels, vehicles and trucks for Explosive Threats and Contraband

    American Science and Engineering, Inc. (AS&E), a leading worldwide supplier of innovative X-ray detection solutions, announced today that it has received a $3.8 million order for cargo and parcel X-ray inspection systems from an unnamed government agency ...
  • Port forecasts more grain movements to boost overseas traffic

    The Canfornav vessel MV Brant will be officially welcomed into the Port of Hamilton today as the first overseas vessel arrival for the 2011 shipping and navigation season, following its docking at Richardson International Limited at Pier 25. The Hamilton ...
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