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Monthly Archives: July 2013

Australian intermodal breakthrough for Konecranes

The cranes will be delivered during 2014 and 2015.

Konecranes has received an order for four rail mounted gantry (RMG) cranes from Pacific National (PN), Australia’s largest private rail freight operator as part of larger modernisation projects at its terminals in Sydney and Melbourne. Read More »

Salalah loses CEO and signs MoU

As revealed by CM yesterday, Peter Ford, chief executive officer of the APM Terminals (APMT) managed Port of Salalah, is to leave his position. He was appointed in September 2010. Read More »

GPA signs inland port deal

Port of Savannah will have a direct 200 mile rail route

The Georgia Ports Authority (GPA) and Cordele Intermodal Services have signed an agreement that will see the establishment of a new inland port to create and expand international markets for regional business. Read More »

Eurofos selects Wimesh network

As part of a project to modernise its network infrastructure, EUROFOS is to equip its container terminal in the Port of Marseille-Fos with a terminal operating system (TOS) operated through the Luceor broadband wireless WiMESH network. Read More »

Auckland ready for larger ships

Ports of Auckland’s two-and-a-half year project to deepen the northern berth at the Fergusson Container Terminal has been completed as part of the port’s on-going future-proofing programme. Read More »

Remainder of ‘MOL Comfort’ sinks

Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL) has reported that the fore section of its containership ‘MOL Comfort’, which broke up in heavy seas while under way from Singapore to Jeddah in the Indian Ocean in June, sank yesterday (10 July) while under tow by a salvage tug. Read More »