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  • Konecranes’ third RTG delivery to Mexican terminal

    In November 2010 Konecranes received an order for three RTG (rubber tired gantry) cranes from Altamira Terminal Portuario (ATP Altamira) in Mexico. When these recently ordered cranes have been delivered, it will be Konecranes' third RTG delivery to ATP Al...
  • Unrest in Egypt does not affect transits at Suez Canal

    Due to the ongoing unrest in urban areas around the country a maritime security alert has been issued for Egypt. The Suez Canal has not been affected and transits are proceeding as normal with no delays or schedule alterations. ...
  • Cargotec to acquire US based terminal operator systems provider Navis

    Cargotec has entered into an agreement to acquire terminal operator systems (TOS) provider Navis from Zebra Technologies Corporation in the United States. The transaction value is approximately USD 190 million (approximately EUR 140 million). By acquiring...
  • ICTSI among Asia’s best managed

    International Container Terminal Services, Inc. (ICTSI), the country's top port operator, was recently included in Euromoney's Best-Managed Companies in Asia for 2011. ICTSI ranked second in the magazine's best companies with the most convincing and coher...
  • Tender – Modernisation of ports in the Philippines

    The Philippine Ports Authority’s (PPA) is planning to modernise the ports in the country. Part of their medium term plans PPA is considering to install a new vessel traffic monitoring system (VTMS) and to increase capacity at different ports. ...
  • Demag Cranes receives order for Mobile Harbour Crane from Chile

    Gottwald Port Technology GmbH (Gottwald), a subsidiary of Demag Cranes AG, has been awarded a contract to supply a G HMK 8410 Mobile Harbour Crane to Puerto Angamos, Mejillones, Chile. The Generation 5 (Model 8) crane will be the largest Gottwald Mobile H...
  • Fenders - No substitute for experience

    This article was published in the April 2010 issue of World Port Development. To receive a pdf of the article in its original format including charts and pictures please send an email to archive@worldportdevelopment.com Fenders - No substitute for experi...
  • Cleaner shipping in Gothenburg

    Today a further step was taken towards cleaner shipping in Gothenburg. Stena Line will inaugurate a completely new onshore power supply facility for the company's ferries operating between Sweden and Germany. In total, one in three vessels that put into t...
  • Port Metro Vancouver Board elects Craig Neeser as Chair

    Today, Port Metro Vancouver (PMV) Board of Directors elected Craig Neeser as its incoming Chair effective March 1, 2011. Neeser joined the Port Metro Vancouver Board in August 2009, and is serving his first term of three years, ending August 30, 2012. He ...
  • Vietnam Receives First Super Post-Panamax Quay Cranes

    The first two of an eventual total of six Super Post-Panamax Ship-To-Shore (STS) cranes are being delivered this week to Cai Mep International Terminal (CMIT) in the Cai Mep – Thi Vai port complex located approximately 80kms southeast of Ho Chi Minh Cit...
  • Organisations agree to support activities within Savannah River basin

    Leaders from the Georgia Ports Authority (GPA), Savannah Economic Development Authority (SEDA) and Lowcountry Economic Alliance (LEA) signed a joint resolution today recognizing that maintaining strong port capacity and deepening both the Savannah and Cha...
  • Port of Sibenik looking for Dutch consultancy firm

    The Port of Sibenik Authority, Croatia, is applying for a loan from the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) in the amount of Euro 12 million for the purpose of financing a civil works contract for the rehabilitation and re-configuratio...
  • DEME launch new dredger

    On January 21st DEME’s new 30,000 m³ mega trailing suction hopper dredger ‘Congo River’ was launched at IHC Merwede shipyard in Krimpen aan den Ijssel, the Netherlands. This impressive new dredger is being built for DEME N.V. (Dredging, Environmen...
  • World Bank has proposed a project for Turkmenistan

    The World Bank has proposed a project whose development objective is to increase capacity of the rail ferry terminal to handle non-oil products, and improve environmental and safety practices at the Port of Turkmenbashi. This will be achieved through an i...
  • Expression of interest - Privatisation of the Port of Bar

    The Government of Montenegro has issued a tender for transaction advisory services for the privatisation and restructuring of AD Kontejnerski Terminal i Generalni Tereti-Bar/Container and General Cargo Operator (CGCO). Interested firms are invited to subm...
  • ICTSI Poland starts using MHC

    Baltic Container Terminal (BCT) in Poland recently handled its first heavy cargo using  its new Liebherr LHM-400 mobile harbor crane (MHC) from sister company Tartous International Container Terminal (TICT) in Tartous, Syria.  The MHC took only 30 minut...
  • Siemens to work with ABP

    Siemens and Associated British Ports (ABP) have announced today (20 January) that they have signed a Memorandum of Understanding in connection with ABP's proposed Green Port Hull development at Alexandra Dock, Port of Hull. The parties have agreed to wor...
  • Tenova increases presence in Vietnam

    Tenova has opened a new Representative Office in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, one of the world’s most promising markets. The office’s target is to develop commercial and customer service operations and provide Tenova with support for local project manag...
  • Cambodia’s two major ports generated total revenues of US$35 million in 2010

    Services and shipping across Cambodia’s two major ports generated total revenues of US$35 million in 2010, according to official data released yesterday, a rise of around 31 percent. Sihanoukville Autonomous Port, the biggest port in the Kingdom, genera...
  • South Carolina port volume up 17% in 2010

    The Port of Charleston closed 2010 with a nearly 17 percent increase in container volume, capping a year marked by new shipping services, statewide business initiatives and the arrival of the biggest ships on the East Coast. December marked the twelfth co...
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