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Solvo TOS improves Brooklyn-Kiev performance

Brooklyn-Kiev has significantly reduced turnaround times

The implementation of the terminal operating system (TOS) from the Russian-based developer Solvo has significantly reduced cargo, vessel and truck turnaround times as well as the amount of storage re-handles at the Brooklyn-Kiev Port container terminal in the Odessa Commercial Seaport. Read More »

New cranes for North Charleston Terminal

North Charleston Terminal’s new cranes will arrive in 2015

Two new super post-Panamax quay cranes are to be purchased at a cost of US$24.9m for the North Charleston Terminal in the Port of Charleston, prompted by a 9.4% increase in teu throughput in the port’s 2013 fiscal year. Read More »

Freightliner acquires ERS Railways

As part of its strategy of developing businesses in rail markets globally, the UK-based Freightliner Group has acquired the European intermodal rail operator ERS Railways B.V. from Maersk Line. Read More »

Long Beach US$1bn budget approved

The Long Beach budget includes the highest capital spending

The US$1bn budget presented by the Port of Long Beach for the fiscal year 2014, including, at US$788m, the largest-ever capital improvement spending plan, has been approved by the Board of Harbour Commissioners. Read More »

Maher and Navis admit issues encountered with new TOS

Maher Terminals in the Port of New York and New Jersey and Navis have issued a joint statement regarding the delays caused by computer glitches during the changeover to the new Navis terminal operating system (TOS) being implemented at the port. Read More »

HTS and DIS merge to form Certus

HTS and DIS (Dalosy Industrial Systems), providers of Optical Character Recognition (OCR), image processing technology, systems integration and automation software, have merged their respective port automation solution businesses to form Certus Port Automation. Read More »

Panama Canal reinforces tug fleet ahead of expansion

Panama Canal receives the first of 14 new tugs

The Panama Canal has increased its tugboat fleet with the arrival of the first two of 14 vessels to improve the waterway’s resources by offering a safer and more efficient service to the global shipping industry. The tugboats will strengthen the Canal’s capacity for the operation of the Third Set of Locks. Read More »

Alliance of the ‘Big 3’

The day after the announcement by Maersk Line’s chief executive, Søren Skou, that the shipping line would avoid destabilising the Asia-Europe trade by operating its new 18,000 teu ‘Triple-E’ vessels at 14,300 teu capacity until 2014, thereby matching the capacity of its current ‘E-class’ ships on the service, the company has announced that together with Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC) and CMA CGM, it is to form a new alliance. Read More »