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Monthly Archives: April 2010

Itapoá chooses Navis

Zebra Enterprise Solutions (ZES) has announced that Itapoá Terminais Portuários (ITP), a port located in Santa Catarina in the south of Brazil, is to implement NavisTM SPARCS N4 to help better manage cargo shipments. Read More »

US inland waterways recommendations to go to Congress

The US Inland Waterways Users Board has adopted a final report accompanied by a new package of recommendations formulated by an industry and US Army Corps of Engineers working group to improve the continued vitality of the US inland navigation system over the next 20 years. Read More »

Marseilles Fos to boost Brazil links

The French port Marseilles Fos is to establish commercial representation in Brazil to further enhance links with its main trading partner in South America, which currently contributes some 4.5 tonnes through the port each year. Read More »

APMT sees emerging opportunities in 2010

APM Terminals’ chief commercial officer, Richard Mitchell, has indicated that emerging markets offer higher growth opportunities than developed markets in 2010 since their decline in 2009 was not as severe. Read More »

Deep sea terminal consent for Bristol

The UK Government Department for Transport has giving consent for the construction of a deep sea container terminal at the Port of Bristol - one of the country's fastest growing ports. Read More »

TCC nominates terminal operators

The Containership Company has selected Taicang International Gateway (TIG), located in Jiangsu and TraPac Container Terminal in Los Angeles for its new "Great Dragon" no-frills port-to-port service between China and the USA, which enters the Trans-Pacific trade on Saturday (17 April). Read More »