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  • World first semantic maritime search engine offers saving potential

    FLAGSHIP, a Pan-European maritime transport project part funded by the EU, has successfully developed the first intelligent regulatory search and automated form filling system known as FLAGSHIP-RCS (Regulatory Compliance Support).  The system could signi...
  • Growth in order book for TTS

    In 2010, the TTS Group ASA reported earnings before depreciation (EBITDA) of NOK 3.7 million, compared to a loss of NOK 84.3 million in the previous year. EBITDA in the fourth quarter showed a loss of NOK 13.7 million. – With regard to results, 2010 was...
  • Charleston delivers new port terminal for BMW

    The South Carolina State Ports Authority (SCSPA) is putting the final touches on a new and improved Columbus Street Terminal. The USD21.7 million investment enhances more than 70 acres of storage yard and adds additional rail infrastructure. ...
  • Trucks start rolling into the port

    Lyttelton Port of Christchurch (LPC) would like to advise all customers the port's core services are operational following the 6.3 magnitude earthquake on Tuesday, 22 February 2011. ...
  • Canadian Pacific and Montreal Port Authority sign agreement

    Last Friday, North American freight railroad Canadian Pacific (CP) and the Montreal Port Authority (MPA) announced the signing of a collaborative agreement on performance and productivity that formalises the railroad's and the port's ongoing supply chain ...
  • Port of Los Angeles 'plugs in' three different cruise lines

    The Port of Los Angeles became the first port worldwide to provide Alternative Maritime Power (AMP) to three separate cruise lines. In recent weeks, ships from Disney Cruise Line, Princess Cruises and Norwegian Cruise Line have all taken advantage of uniq...
  • Tender – Itajai Port Authority announce tender

    Itajaí Port Authority, Brazil, has announced the tender for the second phase of the expansion project of Guilherme Assemburg Passenger cruise terminal in Itajaí Historical Center. ...
  • Tender - PD Teesport awards contract

    Hall Construction Services Ltd,UK has been awarded a USD10 million contract by PD Teesport for the re-development of the Teesport container terminal yard (phase 2). ...
  • Port of Itajai opens dedicated customs department

    The Federal Internal Revenue Service in Itajai, Brazil, has just undergone a restructuring process splitting their customs and revenue sectors in two separate institutions, whereby the port complex will be attended by a fully dedicated customs office, wit...
  • Good year for British Columbia

    New data shows that 2010 was a good year for trade growth through Canada's Pacific gateway. Container traffic increased 22%, bulk trade rose 15% and coal volumes doubled at the Port of Prince Rupert, while rising 25% at Port Metro Vancouver, according to ...
  • ZPMC vessel arrested in Virginia after accident

    The US Marshals Service has 'arrested' the vessel Zhen Hua 24 owned by Chinese crane manufacturer Shanghai Zhenhua Port Machinery Co Ltd [better known as ZPMC]. The arrest was issued by the Norfolk Federal Court following a law suit filed by Virginia Port...
  • Zebra Enterprise Solutions awarded USD2.1 million contract

    Zebra Enterprise Solutions (ZES), USA has been awarded a nearly USD2.1 million contract from the Port of Houston to upgrade software applications used for terminal operations and billing at Barbours Cut, Bayport and Turning Basin terminals. ...
  • ABP Southampton proceeds with container berth development

    Associated British Ports (ABP) has received consent from the Marine Management Organisation for the construction of a new quay wall at berths 201 and 202 in the Port of Southampton, UK. On completion, the redeveloped quay will be 500m in length with a 16m...
  • Texas Transportation Institute evaluates dredging in Houston

    Houston Port Commission has approved amending a USD100,000 professional services contract with Texas Transportation Institute to evaluate the indirect economic impacts of inadequate dredging of the Houston Ship Channel. ...
  • Update from Lyttelton Port of Christchurch

    Peter Davie, Chief Executive at Lyttelton Port of Christchurch has sent us the following update: "Following further inspections from our engineers and civil maintenance staff we can advise fuel and essential supplies are expected to start flowing through ...
  • Houston Port approves USD2 million for technology upgrades

    Contracts totaling more than USD2 million to upgrade software at Port Authority terminals and to expand network connectivity are among several matters that were approved by the Port Commission of the Port of Houston Authority. In his monthly report, Chief...
  • AS&E receives USD16.3 million order

    American Science and Engineering, Inc (AS&E) has been awarded a USD16.3 million order for multiple Z Backscatter vans (ZBV) for three agencies in a Latin American country, including existing ZBVT system users in law enforcement and customs, and the first ...
  • ABPmer provides GIS tool for marine conservation zone

    ABP Marine Environmental Research Ltd (ABPmer) has developed a free tool for those marine conservation planners that are running Marxan software in parallel with ESRI ArcGIS 10, the latest upgrade of the popular GIS software suite.  ...
  • Somali pirates and al-Shebaab - bad combination?

    A maritime security alert has been issued for Somalia following a development in the relationship between pirate syndicates and radical Islamist organisation al-Shebaab. Pirates in the harbour town of Xaraardheere have agreed to pay 20% of their ransom mo...
  • Update from Lyttelton Port of Christchurch

    Peter Davie, Chief Executive at Lyttelton Port of Christchurch has sent us the following update. Following further inspections from our engineers and civil maintenance staff we can advise fuel and essential supplies are expected to start flowing through t...
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