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  • Port of Virginia on course to becoming US East Coast’s deepest port

    The recently approved federal work plan contains the final piece of funding for The Port of Virginia’s dredging project that will create the deepest and widest shipping channels on the US East Coast by late 2024.  ...
  • Cordero: move cargo while striving for zero emissions

    Seaports have a duty to protect the communities they serve from air pollution associated with goods movement, Port of Long Beach Executive Director Mario Cordero told a gathering of industry leaders recently at the American Association of Port Authorities...
  • TICTS celebrates record monthly throughput

    Tanzania International Container Terminal Services (TICTS) is pleased to announce that the terminal has achieved its highest ever monthly throughput record of more than 61,236 TEU in March. This record is on the back of a peak season of agricultural expor...
  • Virginia’s volume up nearly 13%

    The Port of Virginia’s cargo operations remained fluid in March having handled more than 314,000 TEUs, nearly 47 percent of which was loaded imports.  ...
  • Port of Guadeloupe gets PERS certification for the second time

    ESPO congratulates the Guadeloupe Port Authority (France) for being certified through the EcoPorts’ environmental management standard (PERS). Guadeloupe joined the EcoPorts’ network in 2018 and is PERS-certified for the second time, demonstr...
  • Record throughput on Austria services

    The Port of Hamburg is one of the most important seaports for Austrian imports and exports. Freight transport between Austria and the Port of Hamburg is flourishing. Setting a fresh record, 2021 container throughput of 320,776 TEU - 20-ft standard contain...
  • TICT in Nigeria orders two Konecranes Gottwald Generation 6 mobile harbour cranes

    Tincan Island Container Terminal Limited (TICT) has ordered two eco-efficient Konecranes Gottwald ESP.8 Mobile Harbour Cranes for their operations in Lagos, Nigeria. Booked end of 2021, for delivery in June 2022, it’s the first order of a Generation 6 c...
  • Port of Savannah marks milestone with completion of harbour deepening

    The Georgia Ports Authority, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Georgia Department of Transportation and dignitaries joined recently to mark completion of the Savannah Harbor deepening. The project expedites the flow of cargo to and from global destinations by...
  • Long Beach, Los Angeles Harbour commissions approve clean truck fund spending plans

    The Harbour Commissions of the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach have each adopted spending plans for the Clean Truck Fund (CTF) rate programme, a key component of the ports’ Clean Air Action Plan (CAAP). ...
  • Autoterminal opens a new technical center in the Port of Barcelona

    Autoterminal Barcelona recently inaugurated a new facility in the concession that it has held in Port of Barcelona since 1990, consisting of several spaces for the fitting and complete transformation of large fleets of vehicles that arrive at the terminal...
  • Ports welcome move to abolish ports services regulation

    The British Ports Association has welcomed moves by the UK Department for Transport to abolish the port services regulation (PSR). The BPA has consistently lobbied against the PSR since it was introduced by the European Commission 10 years ago. ...
  • AD Ports Group signs agreements for management of Ain Sokhna Port’s operations, management and operation of a river port in Minya

    Furthering the development of Egypt’s maritime industry, AD Ports Group has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Egyptian Group for Multipurpose Terminals, the commercial arm of theEgyptian Ministry of Transportation, to jointly oversee t...
  • TGN selects Navis TOS for greenfield site

    Navis has announced Terminal Graneles del Norte (TGN) will implement the N4 TOS at its greenfield site, which is slated to become operational by late 2023. The selection of Navis’ industry-leading TOS is part of TGN’s endeavor to become the first...
  • UK CMA blocks merger between Cargotec and Konecranes

    The UK Competition & Markets Authority (“CMA”) has blocked the merger between Cargotec and Konecranes. According to the CMA’s final report issued recently, the remedies - which would have removed all overlapping businesses of the two companies a...
  • GPA extends growth trend with busiest February ever

    The Port of Savannah’s container volume grew nearly 18 percent in February, extending year-over-year increases to 19 consecutive months for the Georgia Ports Authority. To better accommodate that growth, the GPA Board has expedited more than $538 millio...
  • Cargotec refocuses its strategy for higher financial performance through sustainability and growth in profitable core businesses

    Cargotec’s Board of Directors’ has decided to refocus the strategic direction of the company for higher financial performance. Cargotec will focus on sustainability and growth in profitable core businesses Hiab, Kalmar Mobile Solutions and Kalmar’s ...
  • New direct service between the Port of Gothenburg and the United States

    A long-awaited, unique direct connection between the port of Gothenburg and the United States is starting in March. The US is Sweden's largest export market outside Europe, and the weekly service will further improve conditions for growth in trade between...
  • Global Connections, No Congestion

    Port Tampa Bay has emerged as Florida’s new supply chain solution for container cargo. Port Tampa Bay has recently added capacity, with more expansion underway, and stands ready to welcome new business, offering significant savings in inland delivery co...
  • First automated RMGs from Konecranes to handle copper concentrate in intermodal operation in Chile

    Terminal Graneles del Norte (TGN) in Chile, South America, has ordered three Konecranes RMGs with a high level of automation. ...
  • Long Beach achieves busiest February on record

    Ongoing efforts to expedite transfer of long-waiting cargo off the docks lifted the Port of Long Beach to its busiest February on record. ...
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