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DPW sees first-half decline

Boris Johnson (Right) at London Gateway

DP World handled 26.6m teu across its global portfolio in the first half of 2013, a 5.8% decline in throughput compared to the same period last year as a result of lower container traffic. Read More »

Low water hampers St Lawrence traffic

Low water levels in the St Lawrence River, typical for the autumn/winter season, have prompted Canadian authorities to reduce the permissible draught of ships calling at the Port of Montreal. Read More »

World’s largest crane simulator

The simulator was a multi-year project.

Kongsberg GlobalSim has completed its multi-year project to build and install the world’s largest crane training simulator for the National Ports Agency (ANP) of Morocco. Read More »

Five battle it out for Calcutta

The new terminal will have a 1.2m teu capacity

Five players, including APM Terminals and DP World, have been selected for the final bidding stage of the public private partnership (PPP) tender to build and operate the new container terminal at Diamond Harbour, Calcutta, India. Read More »

New rail service at Felixstowe

Rail links from the Port of Felixstowe have been boosted by the start of a new service, operated by Freightliner Limited, running to Doncaster in South Yorkshire. Read More »