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Monthly Archives: June 2012

Berth 6 inaugurated at MICT

International Container Terminal Services, Inc. (ICTSI) initially announced that it had taken delivery of two new ZPMC post-Panamax quay cranes and eight Cargotec RTGs for its new Berth 6 at its Manila International Container Terminal (MICT) in the Philippines. Read More »

Concession bids sought for Bari port terminals

The Government of Montenegro has decided to privatise the Kontejnerski Container Terminal and General Cargo (CTGC) joint-stock company at the port of Bari, sell its shares and allow a concession for the use of the port area. With the privatisation the Government aims to develop its port sector and generate additional economic activity. The privatisation will be funded by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD). Read More »

Valparaíso seeks concession bids for Terminal 2

Empresa Portuaria Valparaiso has issued an international public tender for bids on a 30 year concession to develop, build and operate Terminal 2 (currently Espigón). The facility now handles mainly automobiles and breakbulk cargo, including fruit, copper and iron. Read More »

Terex Corporation introduces Terex Port Solutions

Terex Corp. has announced that a new subsidiary, Terex Port Solutions, has been formed to unite Terex and Gottwald Port Technology as a single entity. As part of the transition to what the company calls “a cohesive market vision”, Gottwald Port Technology products will be re-branded as Terex® Gottwald. Read More »

Maersk ends Panama-ECSA service cooperation

Maersk Line will terminate its vessel sharing agreement with CMA CGM on the service operating between Brazil and Panama, Colombia, Jamaica, and Trinidad & Tobago, branded 'NCX' by Maersk Line and 'Brazex' by CMA CGM. Read More »

RWG starts construction of its Massvlakte 2 container terminal

Rotterdam World Gateway (RWG), a DP led consortium which includes liner operators APL, CMA CGM, Hyundai and MOL, has started construction of the first phase of its deep-sea container terminal on Maasvlakte 2. The 108 hectare site with a quay wall of 1,150 m (depth of 20 m), and a 550 m quay specifically designed for barges has already been built by the Port of Rotterdam. Read More »