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  • Cimbria Bulk Equipment delivers chutes to the Hungarian market

    Cimbria Bulk Equipment has delivered 2 Moduflex loading chutes type S300 in stainless steel to Magyar Cukor Zrt, which is part of Agrana. The chutes will be used for loading sugar into tankers and wagons and are equipped with food grade modules and config...
  • ICTSI Subic welcomes new line

    Greek shipping line, Tiger Lines, will start calling at the New Container Terminal-1 (NCT-1) at the Subic Bay Freeport in the Philippines starting the second quarter of this year. Tiger Lines will deploy a 750-TEU to 1,000-TEU capacity vessel for its pla...
  • Tender – Closing date approaches for new container terminal in Cadiz

    Only two weeks to go before the closing date for receipt of the completed tender documents for the construction of the new container terminal in the Port of Cadiz. Cadiz Port Authority in Spain announced the tender for the construction of a new container ...
  • Tender - Maintenance dredging New York Buttermilk Channel

    The New York District of the US Army Corps of Engineers proposes to perform maintenance dredging in the Buttermilk Channel Federal Navigation Project, with subsequent placement of the dredged material at a suitable contractor-furnished, state-permitted up...
  • Great Lakes wins contract in North Carolina

    USA-based Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Company has been awarded a USD3 million maintenance dredging contract by the US Army Corps of Engineers. Approximately 750,000 cubic yards of material is to be removed and disposed offshore in the new Ocean Dredged Mate...
  • Dover cultivates fruitful partnership with George Hammond

    UK-based George Hammond Plc has secured a new service from Seatrade with the backing of the Port of Dover. The port, in providing a degree of organisational flexibility, has ensured that Hammond can concentrate on winning new business - confident that it ...
  • Maintenance dredging in Corpus Christi

    The US Army Corps of Engineers, Galveston District has awarded a USD4.2 million dredging contract to King Fisher Marine Service for the maintenance pipeline dredging across the Corpus Christi Bay. All material will be placed on open water placement areas....
  • Good news for Nigeria Port Authority

    Nigerian Ports Authority is in anticipation of their 'first' vessel arriving from Asia. The port authority has been working hard to deepen the access channel to 11.5m and remove wrecks within the turning basin. The vessel from Asia is expected to carry ...
  • Suez Canal still open for business

    Unaffected by the unrest in Egypt, transits and the movement of vessels are still continuing at the Suez Canal. Port operations are continuing, with some possible delays and congestion of stacking areas at container terminals, despite strikes by workers a...
  • Minister visits DP World London Gateway

    Shipping Minister Mike Penning MP has been walking across a brand new piece of Britain - where this time last year there was nothing but water. New land, enough to fill 4,000 Olympic-sized swimming pools, has so far been created at the London Gateway deep...
  • DEME and MEDCO to build two artificial energy islands

    Dredging International and Middle East Dredging Company (MEDCO), have been awarded a contract for mixed dredging and civil engineering works to construct two artificial energy islands, including their service harbours, aimed to provide Abu Dhabi with ener...
  • Built to last

    This article was published in September 2010 issue of World Port Development. To receive a pdf of the article in its original format including charts and pictures please send an email to archive@worldportdevelopment.com Built to last It's probably the h...
  • Murmansk Commercial Sea Port to be sold for $250 million

    Russian businessman Gennady Timchenko has agreed to buy Murmansk Commercial Sea Port for $250 million. The deal is expected to be closed in the first quarter. Murmansk is Russia's leading coal export terminal and is controlled by a group of private invest...
  • India's Visakhapatnam container terminal has obtained ISO 28000 certification

    India's Visakhapatnam container terminal has obtained ISO 28000 certification and it has also got connected to Thailand through a new service, according to Captain  Sriram Ravichander, Chief Operating Officer. At a press meet, Ravichander said, "It is a ...
  • Marseilles Fos aims high as strikes peg 2010 growth to 3%

    Driven by container and dry bulk volumes, throughput at leading French cargo port Marseilles Fos totalled 86 million tonnes last year – a 3% increase on 2009 despite lengthy nationwide strikes over the government's port and retirement age reforms. Pass...
  • Norfolk Dredging wins contract

    The US Naval Facilities Engineering Command, Mid-Atlantic, Norfolk, Virginia has awarded a contract to Norfolk Dredging in Chesapeake, Virginia for dredging works at the south side of Pier 11 at the Norfolk Naval Station. The contract is estimated to be ...
  • Unrest in Eqypt affecting ports

    The ports in Egypt are beginning to feel the impact of the current political unrest in the country. Some port operations are being affected although transits through the Suez Canal are still continuing normally. Container traffic will be affected due to e...
  • Liebherr Container Cranes order success

    2011 has started well for Liebherr Container Cranes Ltd with the company announcing several scheduled deliveries of their STS cranes to various parts of the globe. Two additional Megamax Ship-to-Shore Cranes will be delivered to Southampton during the fir...
  • New CEO appointed at JAXPORT

    CEO Paul Anderson recently joined JAXPORT pledging to position the port to ensure future growth. Anderson, a former Federal Maritime Commissioner, has held senior leadership roles in both the public and private sectors. At JAXPORT’s January Board of Dir...
  • Container volume up 31% at New Orleans

    Port of New Orleans President and CEO Gary LaGrange announced container volumes at the Port rose 31 percent in 2010, compared to 2009. LaGrange made the announcement during the Port’s monthly Board of Commissioners meeting. In 2010, the Napoleon Avenue ...
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