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  • Bromma wins Korean order for 75 spreaders

    The Stockholm-based Bromma Group has won its largest ever order for a single terminal in one year, with a ...

    The Stockholm-based Bromma Group has won its largest ever order for a single terminal in one year, with a contract to supply 75 crane spreaders to South Korea. Crane manufacturer ZPMC has ordered the ...

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  • KSCT ready for upswing in throughput

    Klaipedos Smelte Container Terminal (KSCT) is now receiving 3–4 container ship calls weekly, with both Ha ...

    Klaipedos Smelte Container Terminal (KSCT) is now receiving 3–4 container ship calls weekly, with both Hamburg-based feeder operator Team Lines and Gdynia-based Baltic Container lines (BCL) having est ...

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  • Green light for Shellhaven development

    UK Transport Minister Gillian Merron has given final approval to the proposed London Gateway Port at Shel ...

    UK Transport Minister Gillian Merron has given final approval to the proposed London Gateway Port at Shellhaven, Thurrock, in the Thames estuary. This follows agreement between the Port promoters, P ...

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  • ICTSI’s earnings up in first quarter

    International Container Terminal Services, Inc (ICTSI) reported 36% growth in its consolidated net income ...

    International Container Terminal Services, Inc (ICTSI) reported 36% growth in its consolidated net income in the first quarter of 2007, to Pesos 510m, from P375m in 2006. Gross revenues from port oper ...

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  • New funding for US port security

    The US Department of Homeland Security announced US$202.27m in new funding for port security on May 10, 2 ...

    The US Department of Homeland Security announced US$202.27m in new funding for port security on May 10, 2007, in its seventh round of grants since 2002. The federal funds are intended to strengthen th ...

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  • Mason steps up at SCT

    Campbell Mason officially took over as managing director at Southampton Container Terminals (SCT), the UK ...

    Campbell Mason officially took over as managing director at Southampton Container Terminals (SCT), the UK’s second largest container terminal, in April. He succeeds Patrick Walters, who has taken on t ...

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  • Approval for Israel port development plan

    At its weekly meeting on May 27th, the Israeli government approved the first-stage development of the Isr ...

    At its weekly meeting on May 27th, the Israeli government approved the first-stage development of the Israel Ports Company (IPC)’s recently completed 50-year strategic master plan. ...

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  • Kalmar launches automation test facility

    Kalmar has built a state-of-the-art automation test facility to aid the integration of its intelligent ap ...

    Kalmar has built a state-of-the-art automation test facility to aid the integration of its intelligent applications with its customers’ handling equipment and terminal operating systems. The ability t ...

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  • Halifax signs Suez cooperation deal

    The Halifax Port Authority and the Suez Canal Authority have entered into a memorandum of understanding a ...

    The Halifax Port Authority and the Suez Canal Authority have entered into a memorandum of understanding aimed at generating new business. The agreement will promote the all-water route between Asia an ...

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  • ACP issues first Canal expansion tender

    The Panama Canal Authority (ACP) moved a step closer to beginning its historic expansion with the release ...

    The Panama Canal Authority (ACP) moved a step closer to beginning its historic expansion with the release on May 7 of the first construction project tender for dry excavation along the north access ch ...

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