Leaderboard
Leaderboard
Archives for August 2007
  • Maersk moves Korean services to PNC

    Maersk Line, the world’s largest container liner carrier, is to transfer most of its South Korean service ...

    Maersk Line, the world’s largest container liner carrier, is to transfer most of its South Korean services from Busan North Port to Pusan Newport Co (PNC). The move will confirm PNC’s position as one ...

    Read more
  • New investors for Grup Maritim TCB

    Barcelona-based Grup Maritim TCB has announced the departure of original investor Deutsche Bank, to be re ...

    Barcelona-based Grup Maritim TCB has announced the departure of original investor Deutsche Bank, to be replaced by two new investors, infrastructure funds Finpro and Queensland Investment Corporation ...

    Read more
  • TSA warns of congestion in Asian ports

    Congestion in Asian ports is a very real possibility and is likely to have a knock-on effect on importers ...

    Congestion in Asian ports is a very real possibility and is likely to have a knock-on effect on importers in the US, warns the TransPacific Stabilisation Agreement (TSA), a 14-member research and deve ...

    Read more
  • MCT puts faith in straddle carriers

    Mediterranean transhipment hub Medcenter Container Terminal SpA (MCT), at Gioia Tauro in Italy, is cateri ...

    Mediterranean transhipment hub Medcenter Container Terminal SpA (MCT), at Gioia Tauro in Italy, is catering to future cargo growth with the help of a further 30 Kalmar seventh-generation CSC straddle ...

    Read more
  • Tender for UK–Norway ferry service

    Operators are being sought for a new intermodal ferry service for freight and passengers between mid-Norw ...

    Operators are being sought for a new intermodal ferry service for freight and passengers between mid-Norway, the Shetland Isles and the UK mainland, with onward connections between the UK and continen ...

    Read more
  • CMA CGM adds car carriers to fleet

    CMA CGM has introduced a new range of car-carrying Trans-Rak containers. The 40 ft containers, which can ...

    CMA CGM has introduced a new range of car-carrying Trans-Rak containers. The 40 ft containers, which can transport up to four vehicles of any kind, are fitted with a system of sliding, retractable ram ...

    Read more
  • APMT clinches Luanda concession deal

    APM Terminals and Gestão de Fundos, an Angolan-based pension fund management company, have signed a 20-y ...

    APM Terminals and Gestão de Fundos, an Angolan-based pension fund management company, have signed a 20-year concession agreement with the Government of Angola to operate the country’s main container ...

    Read more
  • US demands scanning for all containers

    US President George W. Bush has signed into law a Bill that requires that within five years all container ...

    US President George W. Bush has signed into law a Bill that requires that within five years all containers leaving a foreign port for the United States must be electronically scanned. ...

    Read more
  • Kalmar E-One RTGs for Medgate

    Kalmar has received an order for 11 E-One rubber-tyred gantry (RTG) cranes from Tangier Medgate SA, a joi ...

    Kalmar has received an order for 11 E-One rubber-tyred gantry (RTG) cranes from Tangier Medgate SA, a joint venture formed by Eurogate, Contship Italia, MSC, CMA CGM and COMANAV to operate the Tangier ...

    Read more
  • ICTSI takes over at Guayaquil

    International Container Terminal Services Inc (ICTSI) formally took over the running of its new container ...

    International Container Terminal Services Inc (ICTSI) formally took over the running of its new container and general cargo concession in Guayaquil, Ecuador on August 1, 2007. The formal handover cere ...

    Read more