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New capacity officially opened at Jebel Ali

CT2 adds 1m teu capacity

The new DP World ‘Container Terminal 2’ (CT2) extension at Jebel Ali Port has been officially opened, adding 1m teu capacity and taking the overall capability of the port to 15m teu. The 366 m long 14,000 teu ‘MSC La Spezia’ was alongside at the time to mark the start of operations. Read More »

PSA back in the running for JNPT4

PSA International is once again to throw its hat into the ring for the concession of the Rs 9,000 crore (US$1.6bn) JNPT4 Container Terminal project at Nhava Sheva, India. Read More »

Zim’s future in the balance

Alphaliner has reported that the future of the Israel-based shipping line Zim is in question, with the possibility that the line could end up in the hands of its creditors. Read More »

Terex launches its Model 5 crane

Model 5 is designed to cater for all terminal structures

Terex Port Solutions (TPS) has completed its range of medium-sized cranes with the introduction of the Terex® Gottwald Model 5 harbour crane. The diesel-electric crane provides a maximum lifting capacity of 125 tonnes in conjunction with a radius curve of up to 51 m; its hoisting speeds is up to 120 m/min. Read More »

Busy time at Port Said

PSCCH’s 10 yard tractors started operations immediately.

Port Said Container & Cargo Handling Co (PSCCH) has taken delivery of ten 65-tonne 4x2 Terberg yard tractors, which have been put into operation immediately. Read More »

Navis introduces SPARCS N4 2.5

Navis has introduced SPARCS N4 2.5, its latest version of terminal operating system (TOS), which, according to the company, will allow customers to optimise critical terminal operations “like never before”, offering more extensibility, automated equipment functionality and improved ease of implementation. Read More »

New quay for UWT container centre

United Waalhaven Terminals (UWT) and the Port of Rotterdam Authority have reached agreement on the construction of a new quay on Bunschotenweg; this will accommodate short-sea as well as inland vessels with a draught of seven metres and a length of 135 m. Read More »

Konecranes introduces its ARTG

Konecranes’ ARTG overcomes yard variations

Konecranes has introduced its automated rubber tyred gantry RTG (ARTG) crane, offering terminal operators all the benefits of automation: operational cost savings, greater productivity, increased predictability and increased safety, according to the company. Read More »