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Terex turns Long Beach greener

Delivery of the AGVs will begin in early 2014

A milestone order for 72 battery-powered Terex® Gottwald Automated Guided Vehicles (AGVs) has been placed with Terex Port Solutions by Orient Overseas Container Line (OOCL), Hong Kong, for use at its new Long Beach Container Terminal (LBCT) currently under construction. Read More »

Liebherr launches maritime crane simulators

Liebherr simulators are available in three configurations

Liebherr-Werk Nenzing has launched a range of advanced maritime simulators to provide cost-effective efficient crane operator training solutions for ship-to-shore, rubber tyre gantry, mobile harbour and offshore cranes. Read More »

Evergreen extends Indian Ocean service

Evergreen Line is teaming up with United Africa Feeder Line (UAFL) to extend its service network in the Indian Ocean. The new ISC–Mauritius–Mozambique–Africa (IMMA) service linking the Indian sub-continent, Indian Ocean Islands and Mozambique will be inaugurated with a sailing from Karachi later this month (April). Read More »

GIP to buy 35% of MSC terminal division

MSC to sell 35% of terminal division

The independent infrastructure investment fund, Global Infrastructure Partners (GIP), has announced that with a group of its LP co-investors it is to buy a 35% share of Terminal Investment Limited SA (TIL), the terminal operating division of Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC) for US$1.9bn. The price includes certain payments contingent on TIL’s future performance. Read More »

Seaboard Marine’s “double stack” auto containers

Seaboard Marine’s “double stack” auto container

US carrier Seaboard Marine that specialises in services between the US, the Caribbean, Central and South America, has initiated “double stack” auto container replacements for its ro-ro service to the Dominican Republic and Jamaica which have increased efficiency with improved capacity and ease of use. Read More »

Virginia’s privatisation is off the agenda

On Tuesday March 26, 2013 the Virginia Port Authority Board of Commissioners voted to restructure its operating company and overhaul the port's long-term strategy. The actions follow an extensive 18 month review of port operations, including the evaluation of two private proposals to assume operations of the port. Read More »