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  • Kiel's new Schwedenkai is now complete

    The new panoramic viewing terrace at Kiel's new Schwedenkai Terminal has been officially opened to visitors and the public. Dr Dirk Claus, Managing Director of the Port of Kiel (Seehafen Kiel GmbH & Co. KG) and Peter Todeskino, Kiel Lord Mayor and head of...
  • QR National has signs an agreement with a consortium

    QR National's wholly owned subsidiary QR Network Pty Ltd has reached a commercial agreement with Xstrata Coal, Aquila Resources (ASX:AQA), Bandanna Energy (ASX:BND), Caledon Resources, Northern Energy Corporation (ASX:NEC), Yancoal Australia Pty Ltd (Yanc...
  • NOAA's Coast Survey navigation response to Irene speeds resumption of shipping

    Quick response by NOAA's Office of Coast Survey is paying dividends to U.S. economy as nation's eighth busiest port and home to the world's largest naval operations re-opened for business less than three days after the passing of Hurricane Irene earlier t...
  • Finnish Ambassador for the UK visits Teesport

    The Finnish Ambassador for the UK recently visited PD Ports owned Teesport, to see the facility's latest cranes, purchased from a Finnish manufacturer. ...
  • Port of Vancouver USA welcomes M/V Mykali on her maiden voyage

    The Port of Vancouver USA welcomed the M/V Mykali, commanded by Capt. Viktor Sapozhnikov of Russia, on her maiden voyage to the United States on August 23, 2011. ...
  • EU agrees to lift its sanctions on all of Libya's ports

    Sanctions had been imposed on six ports (those under the control of Gaddafi), namely Tripoli, Zuwara, Zawiya, al-Khoms, Ras Lanuf and Marsa al-Brega. ...
  • Strong harvest puts strain on Russian ports

    Russia may have to use ports in the Ukraine and the Baltic States to export as much as 23 million metric tons (mmt) of grain if harvests continue to be strong this season. ...
  • ABP Hull invests £1 million in new paper handling equipment

    In order to accommodate the increasing sizes of products being handled in the UK paper industry, Associated British Ports (ABP) has recently upgraded its fleet of handling equipment at the Finland Terminal in the Port of Hull. ...
  • Mobile Shiploader and link conveyor order for B&W

    Store Norske Spitsbergen Grubekompani (SNSG) has ordered a mobile shiploader and a link conveyor from B&W Mechanical Handling to replace an existing installation that was damaged beyond repair in March. ...
  • Eco friendly solution designed to expand services to shippers and truckers

    APM Terminals-Cargo Service, is now offering Maintenance & Repair service at DB Schenkers rail terminal in Hoeje Taastrup. ...
  • Growing markets boost green spreader sales for Bromma

    Stockholm-based Bromma has won new contracts for a total of 42 all-electric crane spreaders. All-electric spreader technology is spreading from the world's largest ports to many smaller terminals in growing markets. ...
  • Andy Blythe takes over at B&W Mechanical Handling

    Andy Blythe was appointed Managing Director of Ely based B&W Mechanical Handling Ltd. He joined in early May succeeding Andrew Mitchell. Blythe brings his vast experience in Aggregates, Minerals and the Bulk Handling industry with a proven track record in...
  • Partnership to benefit customers

    Hong Kong based arl-shipping.com Limited and Dutch headquartered TBA BV today announced they have teamed up to join forces and offer their customers a complementary set of products and services. ...
  • Concession agreement signed

    Ushering in a new era in Caribbean ports, APM Terminals has signed a USD $992 million 33-year concession contract with the Costa Rican Government to design, finance, construct, operate and maintain the new Moin Container Terminal (TCM) on the Caribbean co...
  • SBS Worldwide battles hurricane Irene to maintain clients' supply chains

    Logistics company SBS Worldwide worked tirelessly through the weekend to maintain its clients' supply chains as the devastating hurricane Irene battered the US north east.  ...
  • Port's July volumes show decline

    The US Port of Seattle is reporting a drop in container volumes.  For July volumes were down 20.2% when compared to the same month in 2010 and down 3.6% YTD. According to the Port Authority full import numbers continue to decline due to softening imp...
  • Team New Zealand fly through Felixstowe

    The Port of Felixstowe is accustomed to handling unusual and fragile loads, and this week was no exception with the arrival of Team New Zealand's Volvo Open 70 yacht on deck of the Skagen Maersk. ...
  • ABP and TransAtlantic UK Ltd sign new agreement at the Port of Hull

    Associated British Ports' (ABP) Port of Hull has recently signed a new ten-year agreement with TransAtlantic UK Ltd, which operates up to three sailings a week linking the Humber with Sweden, for a new bespoke ten-acre terminal in Hull. ...
  • EOD specialist Ramora UK safely disposes of WWII mine

    World-renowned Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) specialist Ramora UK has safely disposed of an unexploded World War II mine onsite at one of the world's largest offshore windfarm. ...
  • Ledwood delivers giant sulphur reduction modules to Valero

    The recent delivery of five giant scrubber units, built by Ledwood Mechanical Engineering, to the Valero Pembroke oil refinery on Milford Haven illustrates the ability of local companies such as Ledwood, in conjunction with the Port of Pembroke, to succes...
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