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GT USA invests in Wilmington

GT USA, a subsidiary of UAE-based Gulftainer, is investing approximately USD600 million in the port of Wilmington as part of a 50-year concession agreement.

Plans for the deepwater port include the development of its all cargo terminal capabilities, while USD400 million is earmarked for a 1.2 million teu container facility.

www.gulftainer.com

www.portofwilmington.com


 

 

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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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Hulst steps up at Pecém

July 22 - Corné Hulst has been named as operational director at the port of Pecém, Brazil.
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HEBO-Lift 9 back in service

July 22 - After a period of maintenance, HEBO Maritiemservice’s floating sheerleg crane, HEBO-Lift 9, is back in service, transporting and installing six storage tanks at the port of Rotterdam.
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Guzmán to depart Long Beach

July 18 - Lori Ann Guzmán is stepping down as harbour commissioner at the port of Long Beach, California.
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