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Archives for May 2014
  • TCP receives four portainers for new berth

    Container Terminal of Paranaguá (TCP), the third largest container terminal in Brazil, has received four ...

    Container Terminal of Paranaguá (TCP), the third largest container terminal in Brazil, has received four new super-post Panamax gantry cranes, the latest generation to be installed at the new TCP bert ...

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  • Yilport moves in on the Baltic

    The Turkish terminal operator Yilport has added the Gävle Container Terminal (GCT) in Sweden to its portf ...

    The Turkish terminal operator Yilport has added the Gävle Container Terminal (GCT) in Sweden to its portfolio, having acquired an 80% stake in the country’s second largest container terminal after Got ...

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  • Thamesport gains West African Ro-Ro service

    Netherlands-based RMR Shipping has chosen London Thamesport to handle the UK call of its North West Europ ...

    Netherlands-based RMR Shipping has chosen London Thamesport to handle the UK call of its North West Europe - West Africa ro-ro service, with the first call of the service made by the 176 m long ro-ro ...

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  • IAPH and BIFA applaud IMO container weighing decision

    The International Association of Ports and Harbors (IAPH) and the British International Freight Associati ...

    The International Association of Ports and Harbors (IAPH) and the British International Freight Association (BIFA) have welcomed the adoption of the Amendment of SOLAS Regulation VI-2 regarding Mandat ...

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  • Kalmar raising the game in Barcelona

    Kalmar has been awarded the contract to increase the operating height of three ship-to-shore (STS) cranes ...

    Kalmar has been awarded the contract to increase the operating height of three ship-to-shore (STS) cranes by six metres for Terminal de Contenidors de Barcelona, S.L. (TCB) in Spain. The project has b ...

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  • APMT signs Angolan JV

    A new chapter for Angolan ports has been opened with the signing by APM Terminals and the Sociedade Gesto ...

    A new chapter for Angolan ports has been opened with the signing by APM Terminals and the Sociedade Gestora de Terminais S.A. (Sogester) of a 20-year concession joint-venture to operate, maintain and ...

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  • Hyster introduces Tier 4 final trucks

    Hyster has launched a full range of Stage IV/Tier 4 Final compliant ‘Big Trucks’ increasing fuel savings ...

    Hyster has launched a full range of Stage IV/Tier 4 Final compliant ‘Big Trucks’ increasing fuel savings from 20% to up to 25% in ports and terminals, with the first machine above 18 tonnes lifting ca ...

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  • Water Bill boost for US ports

    Last week’s overwhelming positive vote by the US House of Representatives for the 2014 Water Resources Re ...

    Last week’s overwhelming positive vote by the US House of Representatives for the 2014 Water Resources Reform Development Act has secured various projects for the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, ...

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  • APMT meets Q1 increased demands from customers

    Growth in container volumes across the global facilities of APM Terminals (APMT) reached 9% in the first ...

    Growth in container volumes across the global facilities of APM Terminals (APMT) reached 9% in the first quarter of this year at 9.4m teu, more than double the 4% growth registered generally in the ma ...

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  • Combilift launches multi-functional straddle

    Combilift has launched its first new straddle carrier in four years after the machine was introduced in 2 ...

    Combilift has launched its first new straddle carrier in four years after the machine was introduced in 2010.  The Combi-SC Top-Lift, incorporating a telescopic automatic spreader operated from the ca ...

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