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YICT achieves 100m teu in less than 20 years

On January 8, 2013, Shenzhen’s leading terminal operator, Yantian International Container Terminals (YICT), handled its 100 millionth teu, a record it has achieved in only 18.5 years. This milestone follows YICT’s 2007 performance when it became the world’s first container terminal to reach an annual throughput exceeding 10m teu. In less than two decades, Yantian Port has evolved from a small fishing village into one of the world’s busiest container terminals. Read More »

Korean naming for Evergreen’s latest ship

The eighth L-type containership for Evergreen Line, the “Ever Leader”, was christened yesterday (January 3) by Bronson Hsieh, the Group’s second vice Chairman, at the Samsung Heavy Industries shipyard in Korea. It is scheduled to be delivered on January 15. Read More »

New US$1bn bridge for Long Beach

Next Tuesday (8th) will see the start of the largest bridge project in Southern California, with a ground-breaking ceremony to mark the start of construction of a new US$1bn span at the Port of Long Beach. The design-build project is expected to create about 3,000 jobs a year, on average, for three years. Read More »

Antwerp handles 183.8m tonnes in 2012

Provisional figures from the Port of Antwerp show that the port handled 183.8m tonnes in 2012, a drop of 1.8% compared with 2011, when the volume was 187.2m tonnes. The port handles 71% of all freight passing through the Flemish seaports. Read More »

Paranaguá sets new standards

Only weeks after having received permission to lift all restrictions to navigate at night, Brazilian-based TCP (Terminal de Contêineres de Paranaguá S.A.) has become the first port in the region to receive approval to allow unrestricted access for vessels featuring the new Panama Canal’s maximum dimensions of 368 metres in length and a beam of 51 m. Read More »

ICTSI pulls out of Syria

International Container Terminal Services, Inc. (ICTSI) has announced the pull-out of its business in the Syrian Arab Republic, through its subsidiary Tartous International Container Terminal jsc (TICT), due to the civil war in that country and what it calls, “the resulting untenable, hostile and dangerous business environment”. Read More »

Yildirim on acquisition path

Yildirim Group subsidiary, Yilport Holding, has acquired an 86.6% majority shareholding in Gemport Port and Warehousing Administration, Turkey’s first private port. Read More »

Genoa heads for a new record

On Friday December 21, 2012 leading members of the Port of Genoa’s shipping community gathered at the PSA-operated Voltri Terminal Europa, the Port’s flagship box facility, to celebrate the unloading of the port’s two millionth container belonging to the CMA CGM group. Read More »

Terminal de Vila Velha automates its gate with SmartLanes

Terminal de Vila Velha in Espirito Santo, Brazil, has opted for the installation of Kalmar SmartLanes OCR to improve security and productivity at the gate. Cargotec will provide the Kalmar SmartLane solution comprising an Automated Gate System (AGS) which automatically captures the container numbers, truck license plates, chassis plates and driver identification of all inbound and outbound transactions. Cargotec is responsible for both the project delivery and the ongoing maintenance and support. Read More »