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Monthly Archives: January 2009

Anglo Overseas in administration

Joint administrators have been appointed on the administration of Anglo Overseas Limited, the international freight forwarder. The company’s European parent, Ziegler Group, is not affected. Read More »

Pointer Telocation’s New Temperature Sensor

Israeli company Pointer Telocation has announced the launch of a new temperature sensor “to address the needs of the fleet managers transporting refrigerated items.” The temperature sensor, as part of the fully integrated Cellocator™ Compact Fleet unit (CCF), enables fleet mangers to be consistently updated as to the temperature of their cooled items and to make the proper adjustments, if necessary. Read More »

New terminal for Port Everglades

Construction of a 41 acre (16.6 ha) container terminal at US Port Everglades has been approved by the County Board of County Commissioners. This is the third major construction project to begin at the South Florida seaport within the past 12 months; the others are a mega-cruise terminal and a petroleum terminal. Read More »

Huizhou port’s first dedicated container terminal

Hutchison Port Holdings (HPH) and Huizhou Port Affairs Group Company have ‘broken the ground’ on two 50,000-tonne container berths at Huizhou Quanwan International Container Terminals (HQCT), which will soon become Huizhou Port’s first dedicated container terminal. Read More »

Long Beach figures reflect the global slump

The Port of Long Beach (POLB) container throughput for 2008 reflected the depth of the global economic recession, dropping 11% percent year on year - the biggest single year decline in more than 20 years. Read More »

Kalmar’s launches new terminal tractor

Kalmar has launched the TT616i, a brand new 4x2 terminal tractor for lo-lo operations. Customers can choose from a range of features that transform the basic machine into a purpose built, customer specific tractor. Additional options allow customers to fine-tune the machines even further. Read More »