Sectors News | Ports and Terminals

The latest news relating to the ports and terminals that specialise in handling heavy lift, oversize and breakbulk cargoes, including facility upgrades, new equipment, service enhancements and operator developments.

Bristol Port recognised for nuclear power logistics role

August 10 - The UK Government’s Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, and power generation company EDF Energy, have recognised Bristol Port for its role in the logistics supply chain for EDF’s Hinckley Point C nuclear power plant.
Views: 385

Changes at the top for Brownsville

August 9 - The port of Brownsville in the USA has appointed Lorena Hernandez as director of finance and Jose Herrera as special projects director.
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Comerford steps up at Tyne

August 9 - The UK's port of Tyne has appointed Mike Comerford to its board as a non-executive director.
Views: 419

LCIA rules DP World contract ‘valid and binding’

August 3 - According to a statement from the government of Dubai, the London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA) has ruled that DP World’s port container terminal contract in Djibouti is “valid and binding”.
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WVFA project inaugurated

August 1 - The port of Vancouver, USA, has inaugurated its USD251 million West Vancouver Freight Access (WVFA) rail project.
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Long Beach selects board

July 30 - The port of Long Beach in the USA has elected Tracy Egoscue as board president and Bonnie Lowenthal as vice president. 
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Blyth ups capacity with Mammoet

July 30 - The port of Blyth in the UK has signed an agreement with international heavy lift and engineered transport specialist Mammoet that will see the latter base a 600-tonne capacity LR 1600 crawler crane at the port’s South Harbour terminal.
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Nautilus names Owens

July 27 - Nautilus International Holding has appointed Robert B. Owens as president and ceo, succeeding James R. Callahan who will remain as chairman.
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Bilbao opens Toro terminal

July 26 - Toro & Betolaza Group has opened its terminal on dock A3 at the port of Bilbao, Spain.
Views: 1070

Corpus Christi welcomes wind shipments

July 20 - Port of Corpus Christi’s recently developed breakbulk cargo laydown yard, the Rincon West Yard, has received its first shipment of wind turbine components.
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APL adds to WAX service

July 16 - APL has added the ports of Xingang, China; Busan, South Korea; and Sohar, Oman to its West Asia Express (WAX) service. 
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