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Monthly Archives: April 2007

HPH to run new Brisbane berths

Hutchison Port Holdings (HPH) has been selected to operate Berths 11 and 12 at the Port of Brisbane. HPH has interests in 23 countries, and operates a total of 257 berths in 45 ports around the world. Read More »

ExpressRail expansion well on track

Construction of the ExpressRail system at the Port of New York and New Jersey continues to advance at an accelerated pace toward a scheduled completion of authorised projects in 2011, according to the Port Authority. Read More »

Intermodal JV for IAS and Trinium

International Asset Systems (IAS), a leading provider of information products and services for ocean carriers, has joined forces with intermodal trucking applications provider Trinium Technologies in a joint venture that will focus on the development of products to streamline the management of trucking work orders and increase container visibility for both industry sectors. Read More »

ECC wins crane offloading contracts

Crane and port service company East Coast Cranes & Electric (ECC) recently won contracts to unload six new post-Panamax cranes at APM Terminals in Portsmouth, Virginia and four at Maher Terminals in Elizabeth, New Jersey. Read More »

MPRI crane simulator for DP World

MPRI, a global leader in maritime simulator products, has signed a contract with DP World to deliver a version of its hiCRANE2 simulator. DP World plans to integrate the simulator into its training programme for crane operators over the next few months. Read More »

Booming NY/NJ looks to future

International cargo volumes at the Port of New York and New Jersey hit record levels in 2006. Containerised cargo volumes rose nearly 8%, led by continued growth in trade with the Far East, Northern Europe and Southeast Asia. Read More »

Six Gottwald MHCs for Sea-invest

Gottwald Port Technology has delivered six Generation 5 G HMK 6407 B four-rope grab mobile harbour cranes to multinational logistics provider Sea-invest, for use at various of its terminals in Belgium and France. Read More »

New overheight frame from Bromma

Bromma has added a new overheight frame to its product family. The Bromma OSX45 is fully automated and very flexible, capable of handling a wide variety of typical overload scenarios. It has been designed for easy access, and terminals can locate the unit closer to the operator by parking it wherever they wish. Read More »

Flexsim launches terminal simulation tool

Flexsim Software Products Inc has released a new simulation tool, Flexsim Container Terminals (CT) which, it claims, is the first commercially available off-the-shelf tool specifically designed for simulating container terminal operations. Read More »