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Archives for July 2007
  • French Customs deploy mobile scanners

    Smiths Detection, part of the global technology business Smiths Group, has delivered two HCV-Mobile mobil ...

    Smiths Detection, part of the global technology business Smiths Group, has delivered two HCV-Mobile mobile scanning systems to French Customs. The equipment is used to scan trucks for narcotics, contr ...

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  • Higher wharf charges at Sydney

    Sydney Ports Corporation has introduced its first increase in wharfage charges since 1995, in order to he ...

    Sydney Ports Corporation has introduced its first increase in wharfage charges since 1995, in order to help pay for the biggest expansion of Port Botany since it was first commissioned, according to C ...

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  • Follow-up ECO-RTG order for Siemens

    Tangier-Med, the new terminal in Tangiers, Morocco operated by APM Terminals, has ordered a second batch ...

    Tangier-Med, the new terminal in Tangiers, Morocco operated by APM Terminals, has ordered a second batch of 11 ECO-RTGs from crane manufacturer Zhenhua Port Machinery Company in Shanghai. Siemens will ...

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  • Evergreen extends Kaohsiung lease

    Evergreen Marine Corp (Taiwan) Ltd, which currently operates two large container terminals in the Port of ...

    Evergreen Marine Corp (Taiwan) Ltd, which currently operates two large container terminals in the Port of Kaohsiung, has extended its lease on the newer facility at Container Terminal No 5 for a furth ...

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  • STEELBRO gains ground in Spain

    Air-Rail of Madrid, distributor of STEELBRO Sidelifters, is experiencing strong growth and plenty of inte ...

    Air-Rail of Madrid, distributor of STEELBRO Sidelifters, is experiencing strong growth and plenty of interest in this intermodal container handling technology, reports New Zealand-based STEELBRO. ...

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  • CVS Ferrari/Kalmar deal in doubt

    Handling equipment manufacturer CVS Ferrari has issued a statement regarding its proposed takeover by Car ...

    Handling equipment manufacturer CVS Ferrari has issued a statement regarding its proposed takeover by Cargotec Corporation, parent company of Kalmar. Under the December 2006 agreement, CVS Ferrari was ...

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  • Toet appointed COO at Rotterdam

    The Port of Rotterdam Authority has appointed André Toet to succeed Pieter Struijs, who retires next yea ...

    The Port of Rotterdam Authority has appointed André Toet to succeed Pieter Struijs, who retires next year, as COO. Toet (43) is currently CEO for Central Europe at Maersk Line. He will join the Port ...

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  • Trimodal terminal planned for duisport

    CMA CGM, the third-largest container line in the world, and NYK, Japan’s largest shipping group, plan to ...

    CMA CGM, the third-largest container line in the world, and NYK, Japan’s largest shipping group, plan to begin operations on January 1, 2008 at the first shipping line container terminal in the Europe ...

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  • Consortium to develop Maasvlakte 2 terminal

    Global transportation and logistics group Neptune Orient Lines (NOL) is part of a consortium chosen by th ...

    Global transportation and logistics group Neptune Orient Lines (NOL) is part of a consortium chosen by the Port of Rotterdam to equip and operate the first container terminal to be developed at Maasvl ...

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  • ASCs in operation at Antwerp Gateway

    Following extensive trials, Gottwald Port Technology (Gottwald) has handed over two automated stacking cr ...

    Following extensive trials, Gottwald Port Technology (Gottwald) has handed over two automated stacking crane (ASC) modules for operation at Antwerp Gateway on Deurganckdok at the Port of Antwerp, Belg ...

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