Imports drive record month at Port of Long Beach

Imports drive record month at Port of Long Beach

September marked the busiest month ever at the Port of Long Beach, capping off the most active quarter in the US West Coast hub’s 109-year history, bolstered by a double-digit rise in imports. The port handled 795,580 teu in September, representing an increase of 13%, while 2.27m teu was handled over th...
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US charges six Russians for NotPetya cyberattack in 2017

US charges six Russians for NotPetya cyberattack in 2017

Six Russian intelligence agents have been charged by the US Department of Justice over several cyberattacks in recent years including the NotPetya malware attack in 2017, which cost Maersk around US$300m. The attack brought down Maersk’s IT systems and caused multiple APM Terminals (APMT) facilities to...
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Antwerp tests and develop new private 5G network

Antwerp tests and develop new private 5G network

The Port of Antwerp, the City of Antwerp, the Antwerp Police and the Antwerp Fire Department are developing and testing a private 5G network. The network, named ‘Minerva’, is currently being developed and tested by technology company iSea in collaboration with Ericsson and aims to help further develop t...
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Congo Terminal receives two new RTGs

Congo Terminal receives two new RTGs

Congo Terminal, which operates the container terminal at the Port of Pointe-Noire, has received two new rubber-tyred gantry (RTG) cranes, boosting its yard capacity and helping to improve operational flows. The two Konecranes units, financed by Congo Terminal to the tune of CFA2.6bn (US$4.7m), will stre...
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