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Monthly Archives: December 2007

Search starts for more Fos partners

The Port of Marseilles Authority is targeting the world’s top 15 boxship companies and terminal operators in a call for tenders to run its proposed Fos 3XL and Fos 4XL container terminals – which will help to increase Fos capacity six-fold to four million teu per year. Read More »

Go ahead for Los Angeles TraPac container terminal expansion pro

Los Angeles Harbour Commissioners have approved the Berth 136-147 TraPac container terminal expansion project – the first major capital improvement project in the Port of Los Angeles in seven years and the first major project in the Port to apply groundbreaking emissions mitigation measures outlined in the San Pedro Bay Ports Clean Air Action Plan (CAAP). Read More »

Westports hits 4m teu in fiscal 2007

Westports Malaysia became the first port in Port Klang to hit 4m teu today, which firmly places it on the road to achieving a total container throughput of 4.3m teu for fiscal 2007. Read More »

Energy efficiency

With around 70% of carbon dioxide emissions at Sweden’s Port of Göteborg coming from various types of equipment, the Port has long pursued a focused environmental programme of which Ecodriving is a key component. With Ecodriving - the energy efficient operation of working equipment - the Port is gaining enormous benefits. Read More »

Global Cosmos

Belgian company Cosmos has announced the successful start-up of several new global projects. Of these, PSA Sines in Portugal was the most recent one to go live on the Cosmos Application Suite which was fully implemented and up and running in six months. Read More »

Carrier Transicold’s threesome

In Amsterdam at Intermodal 2007, Carrier Transicold is currently showcasing a trio of environmentally responsive refrigeration products designed to help shipping lines be more competitive and achieve energy savings Read More »