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Yearly Archives: 2010

New executives join Itapoá Board

Coinciding with yesterday’s inauguration of Itapoá Port, two new directors have been appointed to the Board, with the commercial and operations directorships now occupied by Antônio José de Mattos Patrício Junior and Marcio Guiot Braga Martins Pereira respectively. Read More »

Maersk continues its focus on rail

An increasing volume of Maersk's freight at the Port of Gothenburg is being moved by rail, including short-haul movements. The company even have their own rail shuttle. Read More »

Zeeland Seaports ends year on a positive note

Zeeland Seaports is ending the year with across the board throughput figures that have matched the record levels set in 2008, with transhipment volumes in excess of 33m tonnes representing a 15% growth compared to 2009. Read More »

Porto Itapoá opens its doors

Eighteen years after the idea emerged, the Porto Itapoá situated in the Babitonga Bay, Southern Brazil becomes a reality today (22 December) with its inauguration. Read More »

APM Terminals looks to Northern Italy

APM Terminals (APMT) is working with Unicredit Group to propose a development framework for a new container terminal at the Port of Monfalcone, which could complement APMT’s development in Vado, Ligure due to open in 2015. Read More »

Pellew looks to new horizons

Martyn Pellew, PD Ports’ group development director, has stepped down after eight years to pursue other interests and broaden his portfolio. Read More »

Marseilles Fos edges ahead

Cargo handled at Marseilles Fos reached 78.3m tonnes to the end of November, a 3% rise on the first 11 months of 2009, with traffic increasing in all main cargo categories except for oil. The port expects this trend to continue this month (December). Read More »