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  • 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 ...
  • Cape Town welcomes end of windy season

    The end of March should see a subsiding of the vicious south-easterly wind that has plagued the Cape and put Cape Town container terminal under serious pressure to keep cargo moving over the last few months. Just the first three months of 2011 have alread...
  • Konecranes's President and CEO Pekka Lundmark forecasts positive outlook for 2011

    The Annual General Meeting of cargo handling equipment manufacturer Konecranes Plc is held today in Hyvinkää, Finland. In his presentation, Pekka Lundmark, President and CEO, commented on the market situation, development spending and earnings seasonali...
  • Tampa Port Authority protects nesting migratory birds

    As part of its long-standing commitment to environmental stewardship, the Tampa Port Authority, USA is pleased to announce its participation in a collaborative effort to protect nesting migratory birds at the beginning of the annual migratory bird nesting...
  • US Coast Guard screens vessels coming from Japan

    The US Coast Guard (USCG) has implemented additional protocols for vessels transiting within 50 miles of the Fukushima Dai'ichi reactors in Japan. ...
  • Newest deepwater container terminal starts new era in Vietnamese ports

    The CMA CGM Columba arrived as scheduled at the newly opened Cai Mep International Terminal (CMIT). At 131,263 DWT and with a capacity of 11,500 TEU, CMA CGM Columba is the largest container vessel ever to call in Vietnam. Located approximately 50km south...
  • Grain storage domes add to port landscape and capacity

    The port terminal operated by Parrish & Heimbecker (P&H) has grown with the addition of the first of two monolithic storage domes set to house more than 28,000 tonnes of grain each. The first dome has its inflated structure in place and the second dome is...
  • Transport White Paper Confirms Expectations on Ports Policy

    The European Commission published today its long-awaited Transport Policy White Paper. It consists of a roadmap of 40 concrete initiatives for the next decade to build a competitive transport system that will increase mobility, remove major barriers in ke...
  • APM Terminals Presents Environmental Wins at World Bank Transport Forum

    APM Terminals Head of Corporate Responsibilities Henrik Kristensen addressed the World Bank Transport Forum March 28 in Washington, DC on "Green Transport for Green Growth" to share successful strategies for low-carbon operations in the global logistics i...
  • Kingsfleet Primary School Benefits from Dock School Funding

    Kingsfleet Primary School, Felixstowe is celebrating a sizeable donation of £2,300 from the Hutchison Port Holdings (HPH) 'Dock School Programme'. HPH, the parent company of Hutchison Ports (UK) Limited ('HPUK'), owners of the Port of Felixstowe, run a t...
  • Changes in Port of Rotterdam Authority Supervisory Board

    In mid-May, two members of the Port of Rotterdam Authority Supervisory Board will be stepping down. They are Ad Scheepbouwer, chair, and René Smit, the supervisory director who was nominated for appointment by the Works Council.  Merel van Vroonhove...
  • Libya update - vessels calls fall dramatically at Tripoli

    According leading provider of global Shipping, Logistics and Marine services, GAC, a government spokesman in Tripoli stated on 26 March that prior to the conflict there was an average of 79 vessels calling at the harbour per day. This fell to 4-6 vessels ...
  • Messina Lines have a clear view of their container handling equipment

    E-SMART the plant and equipment visualisation management tool provided by UK based International Terminal Solutions Ltd (ITS), recently went live at the Messina Lines Genoa terminal and has provided immediate benefits from day one. The system installed is...
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