June 27 - The Port Sudan-headquartered, Darka group of companies has handled the transport of equipment destined for the UN's peace keeping forces from Mombasa, Kenya to Juba in South Sudan.
Approximately 1,000 cu m of vehicles and generators were delivered some 1,600 km by road with three of Darka Group of companies' offices in Port Sudan, Juba and Mombasa all involved.
The South Jersey Port Corporation (SJPC) closed out 2021 with an all-time record-breaking cargo volume of 4.6 million tons, a 54 percent increase over 2020.
The UK’s port of Blyth has ordered its first fully electric mobile harbour crane (MHC) – a Konecranes Gottwald ESP.6.
The USA’s port of New Orleans ended 2021 in strong fashion, reporting positive results across all of its lines of business, including a 46 percent year-on-year improvement in breakbulk and bulk volumes.
Wilson Shipowning has taken ownership of the multipurpose vessel Wilson Aviles.
The Lifting Equipment Engineers Association (LEEA) has launched the Level 3 Lifting Equipment Technician apprenticeship standard.
Container demand growth is losing some momentum amid mounting headwinds, but carriers will continue to rake huge profits, according to Drewry’s latest Container Forecaster report.
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