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  • Second best month for Georgia Ports

    Georgia Ports Authority's (GPA) experienced exceptional intermodal growth in January 2011, posting the second best month ever with 25,877 rail moves. ...
  • Manitex to buy CVS from liquidators

    Manitex International Group, USA has indicated that it would purchase the Italian cargo handling equipment manufacturer CVS SpA from the liquidators. An official request has been deposited at the Court of Piacenza for a delay of the hearing of creditors s...
  • OMC enters North American market to improve ship safety

    Australia-based OMC International (OMC) continues to strengthen its global presence by winning its first North American contract, a DUKC desktop study, for the Columbia River Bar, a treacherous waterway known as the 'Graveyard of the Pacific', the company...
  • ICTSI takes over as Port of Portland Marine Terminal 6 operator

    ICTSI Oregon, Inc, a subsidiary of International Container Terminal Services, Inc, has officially taken over operation of the Port of Portland's Terminal 6, ushering in a new era of management at the Columbia River's only deep draft container terminal. ...
  • NOATUM moves headquarters to Valencia

    NOATUM, the Spanish port and maritime operator, has decided to relocate its head office from San Sebastian de los Reyes (Madrid) to Valencia.  The relocation will take place before the summer season. ...
  • Montreal is building a major hub

    Montreal Port Authority has set up an interim committee to analyse the possibilities of forming a logistics and transportation industrial cluster in the Montreal region. The committee, which was established at the initiative of the Communauté métropolit...
  • Jiangsu doubles throughput in 5 years

    Cargo throughput figures have been announced for Jiangsu Ports in China. In 2010, Jaingsu ports comprising of six ports (Lianyungang, Nanjing, Suzhou, Nantong, Zhenjiang and Jiangyin) handled a total of 1.5 billion tonnes of cargo – doubling throughput ...
  • Port of Itajai increases depth in channel

    The Port of Itajai has awarded a dredging contract for carrying out capital dredging works of both the approach channel and turning circle from -11 to -14m, giving the dredge Charles Darwin (a trailing suction hopper dredge with a suction capacity of 30.5...
  • Bad news for Savannah Harbor Project

    Georgia Ports Authority (GPA) has been informed that the US Government has allocated 'some funding' for the USD600 million deepening project in Savannah. President Barack Obama agreed to provide funding for the deepening project, but not nearly the amount...
  • Tender – Concession for new port for Aruba

    Aruba Ports Authority (APA) NV has today made available specifications of the Project Information Memorandum (PIM), the Request For Proposal (RFP) and the Draft Concession Agreement for the Project for the Concession to Design, Build, Finance, Maintain, O...
  • DP World Southampton equips for the future

    DP World Southampton, UK, made an important step in upgrading its equipment capability over the weekend, as the second and final shipment of sections of two new super post-panamax cranes (with 22 containers wide reach) arrived onboard the MV Beluga Format...
  • Promising year for the Port of Itajai

    The Brazilian Port of Itajai has started first quarter operations at full steam and already expects to handle this year a record breaking 1.1 million TEU. Once that mark has been reached it will represent a 15% growth over the 953,013 TEU handled in 2010....
  • Liebherr Werk Nenzing moves in to log handling

    Liebherr Werk Nenzing, Austria has launched the new LRS 645 LH reachstacker in "Log Handler" format especially developed for operations in the timber handling sector. Designed to optimise wood yard storage space and wood yard maintenance costs, The LRS LH...
  • Largest container vessel ever to call at the port of Haifa

    Forced by unrest and uncertainty in Egypt, Yang Ming's Post Panamax vessel "YM Maturity", a 6,572 TEU capacity container vessel, docked last week at the new Carmel terminal in the port of Haifa, Israel. The vessel diverted to Israel instead of its usual b...
  • New straddle carrier from Konecranes

    Terminal quayside container unloading operations need to be linked flexibly with yard stacking operations. The new Boxrunner straddle carrier from Konecranes is the flexible link between ship-to-shore cranes and automated yard cranes and  offers unique c...
  • Good news for the Port of Itajai

    Four major shipping companies – Hanjin, UASC, CCNI and Cosco – have included the Port of Itajai, Brazil, in a new joint venture service. The service will greatly improve overall container volume handled by APM's Terminal Teconvi – the Port of Itaja...
  • DP World opens Vallarpadam Container Terminal

    The new Vallarpadam terminal, DP World's first dedicated transshipment and gateway hub in India, has been opened last Friday by India's Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh in a ceremony attended by more than 5,000 customers, officials and dignitaries. The pr...
  • Aumund Middle East strengthens its market presence

    Aumund Fördertechnik GmbH with its headquarters in Germany has opened a new subsidiary in Dubai, UAE. Under the name Aumund Middle East the new office will be headed up by Emil Catalina. From here and in close cooperation with the company's manufacturin...
  • New operational targets achieved by Ngqura

    The new Ngqura Container Terminal (NCT), located in Port Elizabeth, South Africa and operated by Transnet Port Terminals (TPT), has started the year with impressive operational performance, the highest since its opening in October 2009. During January 201...
  • Ports in Cambodia see huge growth in 2010 traffic

    Services and shipping across Cambodia's two major ports generated total revenues of USD35 million in 2010, according to official data, a rise of around 31%. Sihanoukville Autonomous Port, the biggest port in the Kingdom, generated about USD28.42 million ...
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