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  • Container volume remains strong for Georgia Ports

    The Georgia Ports Authority (GPA) announced it experienced 16.3% container volume growth in February 2011 with additional impressive gains in automobiles, machinery and wood pulp. ...
  • The Port of Oakland has moved closer to clean shore power

    The Port of Oakland has moved closer to clean shore power with February 2011 approval -- from the Bay Area Air Quality Management District (BAAQMD; Air District) -- of $5 million from the Mobile Source Incentive Fund (MSIF) for the Port of Oakland's shore...
  • Caterpillar to Supply 17 Diesel Generator Sets for Port of Savannah Repowering Project

    Caterpillar Inc. announces yesterday that the Georgia Ports Authority (GPA) has signed an agreement to purchase 17 generator sets powered by Tier 4 Interim certified Cat® C15 ACERT™ engines as part of an ongoing effort at the Port of Savannah to upgrad...
  • Port Workers Celebrate Safety Achievement

    The Port of Felixstowe has made the annual award of the John Bubb Safety Trophy, won this year for the first time by an operational shift. The trophy is awarded annually to the area with the greatest reduction in accidents over the course of a year. ...
  • Boskalis reports record result for 2010

    Royal Boskalis Westminster N.V. achieved a record result in 2010, with net profit rising 36% to an all-time high of € 310.5 million (2009: € 227.9 million). Revenue growth of 23% to € 2.7 billion represented another new record (2009: € 2.2 b...
  • Update on situation in Libya

    GAC , the world's leading provider of global Shipping, Logistics and Marine services, reports that as fighting continues in Libya, vessels may become increasingly valuable as an escape route over the coming days if access to Benghazi is blocked from the s...
  • Hamburg Süd expands North America West Coast service to include Hamburg

    At the end of a one-month journey, the CAP PALMERSTON was the first ship in the expanded North America West Coast (WAMS) service operated by Hamburg Süd to reach the Port of Hamburg yesterday. The vessel was handled and cleared at the HHLA Container Term...
  • Liebherr Container Cranes Ltd. continues to invest in its Killarney facility

    Following on a €30 Million investment in a state of the art steel processing hall in 2008/2009 Liebherr has recently completed a €15 million Euro investment in a new purpose built machining hall. The new facility which measures 25.50m. wide and 49.00...
  • Virginia Port Authority orders cassette system from TTS

    TTS Port Equipment AB, will supply 10 translifters and 220 cassettes, with delivery commencing February 2011.The equipment will be used to move containers between rail-mounted gantry crane stacks and the on-dock rail at the terminal. The cassette system c...
  • Terex celebrates successful start to production in China

    Ron DeFeo, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Terex Corporation (NYSE: TEX), has visited the manufacturing operations of the Company's latest crane manufacturing joint venture in China for an event  to celebrate its new partnership.  In late 2010, Te...
  • Port Awards Cruise Terminal Design to CH2M Hill & Local Partners

    Today, the South Carolina State Ports Authority (SCSPA) Board awarded the design work for the new Union Pier passenger terminal to a team led by national firm CH2M Hill, along with local partners LS3P Associates, Collins Engineers, DesignWorks and Thomas ...
  • Trelleborg specified for fast-track QatarGas Installation

    Trelleborg Marine Systems, the world's leading supplier of fendering, mooring and berthing systems, has supplied Qatargas with three of its parallel motion fender systems for a fast-track project. The installation of the fenders was completed in just four...
  • Tampa Port receives 'A' Rating

    The Tampa Port Authority is pleased to announce that New York-based Fitch Ratings has affirmed an 'A' rating of the port authority's approximately $136 million revenue bonds. Additionally, Fitch provided the port authority with a Ratings Outlook of "Stabl...
  • Emergency status lifted at Lyttelton Port of Christchurch

    The Lyttelton Port of Christchurch lifted its emergency status today and moved into the planning phase for long-term rehabilitation of earthquake-damaged facilities and the development of the port. Port facilities were significantly damaged in the 6.3 mag...
  • ABPmer to prepare environmental statement for Green Port Hull

    ABP Marine Environmental Research Ltd (ABPmer) has been commissioned to prepare the marine elements of an environmental statement in support of Associated British Ports' (ABP) proposed Green Port Hull development at Alexandra Dock, Port of Hull. This foll...
  • NOATUM names Javier Barajas new Director of Finance

    NOATUM, leading maritime and intermodal terminal operator in Spain with interests in container terminals in Bilbao, Valencia, Malaga and Las Palmas, and with plans to expand internationally in OCDE countries, has named Javier Barajas as Director of Financ...
  • Support for victims of the Tohoku district - off the Pacific Ocean Earthquake

    Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd. (MOL; President: Koichi Muto) today reported that MOL has begun support activities to help victims of the quake and to help restore their homes and cities. MOL has decided to donate ¥50 million to help support and rescue victims...
  • Volume growth for Ports of Auckland

    Ports of Auckland Ltd has reported growth in container and bulk and breakbulk volumes for the half year to 31 December 2010. The Port is New Zealand's largest import port and manages New Zealand's largest container terminal operations alongside its bulk a...
  • New shipping line provides weekly link between Hamburg and the east coast of South America

    On 6 March 2011, the container ship Hanjin Chennai docked in the Port of Hamburg for the first time within the scope of the new joint service shared by Hanjin, UASC, COSCO and CCNI between Northern Europe and the east coast of South America. The new ESE s...
  • Expansion of SUEK's Coal Export Terminal at the Pacific Sea

    SUEK and Tenova TAKRAF have signed a contract for the expansion and upgrading of the SUEK owned coal export terminal Vanino. The contract comprises the expansion of the terminal's storage capacity by 230,000 t. The new equipment will have an operating cap...
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