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North America News from March 2009

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Port Freeport to widen channel

March 27 - March 27 - Port Freeport has been granted a permit by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) to widen the offshore entrance and jetty channels to the Freeport harbor.
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Yachts move with Dockwise

March 27 - March 27 - Dockwise Yacht Transport's (DYT) Super Servant 3 left Port Everglades for Toulon, unloading 18 yachts and loading one in St. Thomas, then moved on to Martinique where it loaded 18 more yachts, totaling 32 power and yachts.
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First for Gottwald in the Dominican Republic

March 27 - March 27 - Gottwald Port Technology GmbH (Gottwald) has recently received its first ever order for the Dominican Republic. The order is for two G HMK 6407 Mobile Harbour Cranes, variants of the Model 6 series of Generation 5, Gottwald's current bestseller
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New cranes for Salalah

March 23 - March 23 - Four super post panamax quay cranes have been delivered to the port of Salalah, bringing the total to eight cranes received in 2009 and completing the superstructure for the port's existing six berths.
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Bay Crane expands office network

March 19 - March 19 - New York-based Bay Crane Service has announced the opening of a new branch office in North Haven, Connecticut, its third office location and first outside its New York birthplace.
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NSCSA to commence Charlotte heavy lift and project cargo call

March 13 - March 13 - The National Shipping Company of Saudi Arabia (NSCSA) has confirmed to HLPFI that the Saudi Tabuk V 140 is now scheduled in Charleston on April 1st for the start of a new service from key East Coast US and Canada ports to Saudi Arabia, India an
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Hamilton steels itself

March 4 - March 04 - In light of yesterday's news that U.S. Steel Corp., the largest U.S.- based steelmaker by sales, is idling most of its operations in Canada and laying off 1,500 workers because of falling demand, Hamilton Port Authority is committing to redoubl
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