All Ports and terminals articles – Page 7

  • Townsville enhancing ro-ro capabilities
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    Townsville enhancing ro-ro capabilities

    2020-05-14T09:30:00Z

    The port of Townsville, Australia, has started construction work on a AUD2.5 million (USD1.62 million) project to extend the secondary wharf at berth 10. The extension will enable to gateway to handle larger ro-ro vessels.

  • Höegh ro-ro makes Newcastle call
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    Höegh ro-ro makes Newcastle call

    2020-05-12T10:10:00Z

    Höegh Autoliners’ ro-ro ship Triton Ace called at the port of Newcastle, Australia, on May 8, 2020 – the first time that a vessel of this type had called at the gateway since 2013.

  • SIR orders from Konecranes
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    SIR orders from Konecranes

    2020-05-12T09:45:00Z

    Servizi Industriali (SIR) has ordered a Gottwald mobile harbor crane from Konecranes for its operations at the port of Brindisi, southeastern Italy.

  • Fast Freight adds Combilift solution
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    Fast Freight adds Combilift solution

    2020-05-07T11:05:00Z

    Romania-based Fast Freight has taken delivery of a Combi-CSS container slip sheet from Irish manufacturer Combilift.

  • Xellz moves ahead with Irish supply base
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    Xellz moves ahead with Irish supply base

    2020-05-06T10:00:00Z

    Dutch project logistics management consultancy Xellz has progressed with the development of its offshore wind supply base in the Republic of Ireland.

  • Changes at the top of Broekman
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    Changes at the top of Broekman

    2020-05-04T10:15:00Z

    Rik Pek has succeeded Albert Hoek as managing director, international forwarding and shipping at Broekman Logistics.

  • ZPMC delivers to RWG
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    ZPMC delivers to RWG

    2020-05-01T11:15:00Z

    ZPMC has delivered two deepsea quay cranes to the Rotterdam World Gateway (RWG) terminal in the Netherlands onboard its heavy lift vessel Zhen Hua 26.

  • Paul to leave port of Rotterdam
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    Paul to leave port of Rotterdam

    2020-05-01T11:05:00Z

    Ronald Paul will step down as chief operating officer (coo) of the Port of Rotterdam Authority in September 2020.

  • Hisingsbron cargoes move through Seville
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    Hisingsbron cargoes move through Seville

    2020-04-30T09:45:00Z

    Heavy and oversized components manufactured by Tecade for the Hisingsbron bridge project in Gothenburg, Sweden have passed through the port of Seville, Spain.

  • Port of Blyth boosting heavy lift facilities
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    Port of Blyth boosting heavy lift facilities

    2020-04-28T13:15:00Z

    The port of Blyth, UK, has started a GBP3 million (USD3.75 million) redevelopment project at the Bates Terminal site, which includes the development of an additional heavy lift quay.

  • Ports join forces to tackle Covid-19
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    Ports join forces to tackle Covid-19

    2020-04-28T12:55:00Z

    Members of the Port Authorities Roundtable (PAR) have called for ports to collaborate and share best practices in order to ensure that operations remain undisrupted amid the Covid-19 outbreak.

  • Chipolbrok continues its westbound success
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    Chipolbrok continues its westbound success

    2020-04-22T15:45:00Z

    Chipolbrok’s multipurpose ship Qian Kun called at five different European ports on its westbound service, including Bremen where crane components weighing up to 32.8 tonnes were loaded.

  • Schön to join Jade Dienst
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    Schön to join Jade Dienst

    2020-04-21T12:15:00Z

    Maritime service provider Jade Dienst has appointed Timo Schön to its management team, effective June 1, 2020.

  • Sohar joins SEA-LNG
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    Sohar joins SEA-LNG

    2020-04-21T11:35:00Z

    Sohar Port and Free Zone has joined SEA-LNG – an industry coalition that promotes the use of LNG as a marine fuel and the investment in bunkering facilities.

  • Euroports loads BRI containers
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    Euroports loads BRI containers

    2020-04-20T15:00:00Z

    Euroports Germany has used its Liebherr mobile harbour cranes to load containers originating from China at the port of Rostock, as the terminal operator looks to tap into the potential of the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI).

  • Energy port moves ahead
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    Energy port moves ahead

    2020-04-20T10:50:00Z

    A dredge sludge depot near IJmuiden in the Netherlands is being developed into an energy port that will support the construction of wind farms in the North Sea.

  • Barnett to head up ABP’s energy strategy
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    Barnett to head up ABP’s energy strategy

    2020-04-16T16:15:00Z

    Associated British Ports (ABP) has appointed Nick Barnett as its group head of commercial – energy.

  • Saigon Port adds Konecranes unit
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    Saigon Port adds Konecranes unit

    2020-04-16T15:55:00Z

    Saigon Port has ordered a Konecranes Gottwald mobile harbour crane that will be stationed at Tan Thuan port in southern Vietnam.

  • Breakbulk throughput falls in Antwerp
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    Breakbulk throughput falls in Antwerp

    2020-04-14T11:15:00Z

    The volatility of world trade since mid-2019 has impacted the port of Antwerp’s breakbulk volume in the first quarter of 2020, resulting in a total decline of 27.8 percent compared to the same period of last year.

  • Covid-19: Accelerating digitalisation
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    Covid-19: Accelerating digitalisation

    2020-04-10T09:00:00Z

    According to the port of Gothenburg in Sweden, the coronavirus outbreak could accelerate digitalisation in what is an otherwise conservative shipping industry.