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  • Teesport on target to double container capacity

    Ground works involving the complete reconstruction of more than five hectares of the container terminal a ...

    Ground works involving the complete reconstruction of more than five hectares of the container terminal area at Teesport with heavy duty paving, designed to withstand the increased loads from the cont ...

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  • Med-Caribbean box service returns to Fos

    The CMA CGM and Marfret Med-Caribbean container service is returning to Fos with bigger ships from March, ...

    The CMA CGM and Marfret Med-Caribbean container service is returning to Fos with bigger ships from March, having switched ports to Sete in October 2010, due to strikes over French port reform. ...

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  • APMT Callao doubles productivity

    In the seven months since assuming control of the North Terminal on a 30-year concession joint venture be ...

    In the seven months since assuming control of the North Terminal on a 30-year concession joint venture between APM Terminals (APMT) and Peru’s Central Portuária, the facility, now operating as ‘APM Te ...

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  • BCT installs container scanner

    A state-of-the-art scanner for container screening has been installed at the ICTSI Baltic Container Termi ...

    A state-of-the-art scanner for container screening has been installed at the ICTSI Baltic Container Terminal (BCT) in Poland, through the efforts of the Pomeranian Customs Office. The US$2.5m investme ...

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  • Rotterdam more accessible

    The six mile (9.65 km) long Maasgeul navigation channel to the North Sea is to be widened to prevent wait ...

    The six mile (9.65 km) long Maasgeul navigation channel to the North Sea is to be widened to prevent waiting times for ships with more than 14.3 metres draught entering the Port of Rotterdam. ...

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  • Bremerhaven and Bremen on top form

    Last year was the most successful year to date for ocean freight throughput in Bremerhaven and Bremen por ...

    Last year was the most successful year to date for ocean freight throughput in Bremerhaven and Bremen ports, with total throughput rising to 80.6m (2010: 68.7m tonnes) an above-average increase of 17. ...

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  • Bayswater opts for Liebherr again

    Bayswater Shipping & Forwarding, which transports cargoes between Singapore, Batam Island and other Asian ...

    Bayswater Shipping & Forwarding, which transports cargoes between Singapore, Batam Island and other Asian ports, has taken delivery of its second Liebherr crane, this time an LHM 180 model, having ope ...

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  • Chairman inspects Embraport progress

    DP World chairman Sultan Ahmed Bin Sulayem, together with a high-level delegation, has inspected progress ...

    DP World chairman Sultan Ahmed Bin Sulayem, together with a high-level delegation, has inspected progress on the first phase of its Embraport project, the largest Brazilian private multi-modal port te ...

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  • Fastest train scanner opened

    The world’s fastest train scanner has now been officially opened in the port of Rotterdam. The Rapiscan E ...

    The world’s fastest train scanner has now been officially opened in the port of Rotterdam. The Rapiscan Eagle® R60 high speed rail scanner will efficiently scan around two hundred thousand cargo conta ...

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  • Ron Widdows to take over as Rickmers’ CEO

    Ron Widdows, former CEO of NOL/APL, is to become the new CEO of Rickmers Holding and Rickmers-Linie repla ...

    Ron Widdows, former CEO of NOL/APL, is to become the new CEO of Rickmers Holding and Rickmers-Linie replacing Jan Steffens who is stepping down on March 31, 2012 after ten years in the role. Steffens ...

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