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Monthly Archives: July 2011

1m teu at DCT Gdansk

DCT Gdansk terminal in Poland has handled its one millionth teu after just three years. Its rapid growth started at the beginning of 2010 when the Maersk Line AE10 service extended its route to Gdansk, which was further enhanced when the line upgraded the string to the world’s biggest container vessels this May. Read More »

APMT Rotterdam introduces smart shuttle service

A new daily container barge service to help shippers and truckers avoid time and cost consuming delays has been started by APM Terminals Rotterdam, in partnership with Delta Marine Terminal, offering extended gate access for Rotterdam cargoes from the Dutch interior and elsewhere in the European hinterland at Moerdijk Harbour. Read More »

Sines and IMT orders for Paceco Espana

Presently erecting the first of two ship-to-shore super post-Panamax gantry cranes, ordered for PSA’s Sines container terminal in Portugal last year, with the second crane currently under manufacturer, Paceco Espana has received the expected order for an additional third unit. In addition, the company has been awarded an order to supply a Panamax crane for IMT (Independent Maritime Terminal) in Antwerp. Read More »

EXCLUSIVE – Navis sends SPARCS flying

Serious questions have been uncovered by this publication surrounding the Navis ‘Star Technology Alliance’ partnership launched in September 2010 – prior to the take-over of the company by Cargotec this April - with customers and technology suppliers alike claiming that the association may “contradict the best interests of terminal operators”. Read More »

CSX implements Tideworks’ TOS

CSX Intermodal Terminals (CSX) has implemented Tideworks Technology’s terminal operating system (TOS) at its new US Northwest Ohio intermodal terminal (NWOH). Read More »