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APP Portonave invests for future

April 11 - APP Portonave, a port located in Santa Carina, Brazil, is making a number of infrastructure investments to improve its terminal facilities.

Over the course of the year, Portonave will expand its port terminal in order to increase handling capacity. The terminal area will rise from 270,000 sq m to 410,000 sq m.
The gateway has also taken delivery of three portainers and five new transtainers to add to its current handling equipment fleet.
APP Portonave has also released its application for smartphones and tablets. Available for a download on Android and IoS platforms the application allows users to access information such as shipping schedules and to obtain Portonave-specific information. It also allows clients to view and alter container entry and exit documents, check for containers in its terminal yard, and to carry out billing simulations.

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C-Job opens in Houston

July 23 - The Netherlands-headquartered C-Job Naval Architects is set to open an office in Houston, USA.
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Timmers to leave Rotterdam

July 23 - Robert Jan Timmers is stepping down as business developer and business manager for breakbulk at the port of Rotterdam after more than ten years in the role.
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Contargo combats low water levels

July 23 - Contargo has adapted its barges to cope with the low water levels that have plagued the River Rhine and reduced the volume of cargo that can be transported on the waterway.
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Hellmann bridges the gap

July 23 - Hellmann Worldwide Logistics has coordinated the delivery of two fully assembled seaport passenger boarding bridges (SPBB) from Spain to Sydney, Australia.
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