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Panama Canal transit times reduce

Transit times through the Panama Canal have seen a notable decline during Q2-2010 compared to the same period in 2009, according to figures released by the Panama Canal Authority (ACP). Read More »

Vahle installs first combined STS trolley power–data rails

The first installation of a combined insulated Unipole conductor for power and SMG slotted microwave guide for data transmission on a ship-to-shore (STS) gantry crane has been successfully achieved by Vahle at the Spanish Port of Algeciras, replacing a worn out 13 years old festoon cable carrier installation. Read More »

Combilift launches two new models

Combilift has added two new vehicles - its latest straddle carrier and a forklift heavy-duty truck for use within a container yard and/or warehousing - to what the company describes as its, ‘range of 4-way handling solutions’. Read More »

London Thamesport welcomes new crane

The operational capability at London Thamesport has been boosted by the arrival of a new ZPMC ship-to-shore gantry crane, the second in two years and which brings the total number of gantry cranes at the Kent port to eight. Read More »

New services for Halifax

CMA CGM has upgraded to a weekly service to the Halterm Container Terminal at Canada’s Port of Halifax with the addition of a second vessel in the port rotation of New York, Halifax, Kingston and back to New York. Read More »

London Gateway port and logistics park previewed

The first new images and video to show what the proposed £1.5bn (US$2.4bn) 1,500 acre London Gateway port and logistics park will look like once complete have been released, giving interested parties the opportunity to take a virtual tour of the new facility. Read More »