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Portek passes 1m teu threshold

Portek passes 1m teu threshold for first time

Throughput at container and multi-purpose terminals under the management at Portek International passed the 1m teu threshold for the first time during the Group’s fiscal year ended 31 March 2013, a global increase of 10% compared with the preceding year. Read More »

Auckland selects SPARCS N4

After a period using another terminal operating system (TOS), the New Zealand Ports of Auckland (POLA) has returned to Navis, selecting SPARCS N4 as part of a strategic technology investment. The system will optimise vessel and yard planning, as well as being a driver for other key process improvements. Read More »

New York awards Bayonne Bridge contract

Work to raise the Bayonne Bridge starts later this year

The Board of Commissioners of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey have awarded the US$743.3m portion of the US$1.29bn project to raise the navigational clearance of the Bayonne Bridge. Read More »

Halifax wins ITS funding

The Government of Canada has awarded 50% funding to the Port of Halifax towards an Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) for an integrated port logistics and an air gap [draught] system under the Strategic Highway Infrastructure programme. Read More »

PMSA objects to new annual CAPA port tariff

The Pacific Merchant Shipping Association (PMSA) has objected to the proposed California Association of Port Authorities (CAPA) 1.7% annual general rate increase based on the consumer price index and effective from 1st July. Read More »

Samskip rail expands in Sweden

The new service uses rail and local trucks

Starting this Thursday (2nd May) the Samskip Van Dieren Multimodal network will be expanded, with a new combi-train shuttle service between Duisburg in Germany and Älmhult in Sweden, guaranteeing a transit time of only 15 hours. Read More »