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Monthly Archives: May 2008

CMA CGM to develop Marseilles dry dock

Shipping company CMA CGM has been selected by the Port of Marseilles Authority as the winning bidder for a project to develop Europe’s largest dry dock, located at the city’s north docks. Read More »

PTP and MISC deal sealed

Malaysia's Port of Tanjung Pelepas (PTP) and shipping company MISC Berhad (MISC) have signed an agreement to set up of a joint venture Company to serve MISC and other shipping lines. Read More »

Navis to upgrade TOS at Santos-Brasil Tecon

Navis, the developer of automated marine terminal operating systems and now part of the Zebra Technologies Group of companies, has won a landmark deal to replace the in-house terminal operating system (TOS) at the Santos-Brasil Tecon Terminal in the Port of Santos in Brazil. The terminal is the largest within the port, itself the largest in Brazil, and handles about 1.3m teu annually. Read More »

Terminals Idled By Anti-War Protest

Shipping terminal operators at the Port of Long Beach halted or scaled back the loading and unloading of cargo Thursday, May 1, due to a job action by thousands of dock workers in what is reportedly a protest of the nation's military actions in Iraq. Read More »

Tideworks expands European presence to Dublin

Tideworks Technology Inc., a leading provider of full-service terminal management and planning software solutions, has successfully implemented its container terminal software suite at Portroe Stevedores Ltd’s terminal in Dublin, Ireland, consolidating its presence in northern Europe. The Port of Dublin is Ireland’s premier port and handles 50% of all the country’s imports and exports. Read More »

Callao’s South Pier construction begins

In the presence of Peruvian President Alan García Pérez and minister of transport and communications Verónica Zavala, the construction of the future South Pier of Callao began yesterday, April 29, 2008. Read More »

Ge Seaco welcomes agreement

GE SeaCo SRL, the international marine container lessor, has welcomed a settlement agreement signed by its two parent companies, General Electric Capital Corporation (GE) and Sea Containers Ltd. (SCL) to resolve all of their disputes. Read More »