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Associated British Ports may fetch £3bn.

ASSOCIATED British Ports (ABP) could fetch more than £3 billion after the company, which controls a quarter of the trade that enters the UK by sea, was put into play by a consortium led by Goldman Sachs. Read More »

Cerescorp Company has purchased two super post Panamax cranes

— Cerescorp Company has purchased two super post Panamax cranes for Fairview Cove Container Terminal facility in the Port of Halifax. With this purchase, Cerescorp will own and operate a total of six cranes at the terminal – three 65 metric ton super post Panamax types and three 40-ton gantry cranes. Together, they will have the capability of handling a throughput in excess of 400,000 containers per annum, according to Cerescorp. Read More »

Björk.Eklund Group acquires a one-third stake

As part of its strategy to expand its operations into the Baltic States, Russia and other parts of the Former Soviet Union, the Björk.Eklund Group has acquired a one-third shareholding in Baltic Transport Group (BTG), headquartered in Klaipeda, Lithuania. Read More »


GROUPThe UK ports sector is a dynamic and fast moving sector. Demand for UK expertise in the ports sector is increasing and businesses all over the world appreciate the innovative products and services offered by UK-based ports companies. Read More »

Marine Terminals Corp. Appoints Tom Ward to new position

OAKLAND, Calif. – Marine Terminals Corp. recently announced the creation of the new position of director and chief engineer, which will focus on terminal development and facility planning, capacity and productivity analysis and technology impact planning. Read More »