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Cai Mep welcomes Maersk Line’s Transpacific String

At 115,700 dwt and a capacity of 9,038 teu, Grete Maersk is the first Maersk Line vessel to call at Vietnam’s newly opened Cai Mep International Terminal (CMIT) on its route from Asia to North America. With this first direct “Transpacific 6” (TP6) vessel calling CMIT on August 16, 2011 Maersk Line officially became a business partner of its sister company APM Terminals, one of the three main investors in CMIT. Read More »

Westports receives 55 low emission prime movers

Port Klang’s Westports Malaysia, has received 55 more prime movers as part of the port’s on-going expansion programme to cater for container volume growth. The arrival of the prime movers supplied by Cargotec Terminal Solutions Malaysia Sdn Bhd brings the total number at Westports to 334. Read More »

ICTSI names CEOs for Africa and Croatia

The former CEO for A.P. Moller-Maersk in Angola and previous chief executive officer of Egypt’s Suez Canal Container Terminal, Jens Floe, has been appointed senior vice president and regional head for International Container Terminal Services, Inc. (ICTSI) operations and business development in Africa. At the same time, Dr Antonio Passaro has been appointed CEO for the company’s Adriatic Gate Container Terminal in the Port of Rijeka in Croatia. Read More »

Mi-Jack acquires EcoPower Hybrid Systems

Mi-Jack Canada has acquired the hybrid energy specialist EcoPower Hybrid Systems of Montreal, with which the former’s parent company has been working for the past 30 months developing the Mi-Jack 1200R EH. Read More »

Foreign ports boost for ICTSI

Foreign port operations and the improving global economy have combined to boost International Container Terminal Services Inc.’s (ICTSI) first half-year volume, revenues and net income. Read More »