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Tariff changes in South Africa

April 3 - Ports Regulator of South Africa has approved tariffs for services and facilities offered by the Transnet National Port Authority for the trading period April 1, 2013 to March 31, 2014.

For ro-ro motor vehicles, export tariffs have been reduced by 21.1 percent. For other vehicular traffic (e.g. dozers, trucks, trailers), a decision will be made when the port authority clarifies its definition of "motor vehicles".
For container traffic, import tariffs have been reduced by 13.3 percent while export tariff have been slashed by 43.2 percent.
All other tariffs are to remain at 2012/13 levels.

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LR 13000 crane cuts load time

November 18 - Mexico’s ESEASA has used its 3,000-tonne capacity Liebherr LR 13000 crawler crane for the first time to load seven oil platforms onto barges at the port city of Tampico.
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PAC invests in Baltimore terminals 

November 18 - Ports America Chesapeake (PAC) has implemented the Navis N4 terminal operating system (TOS) at the Seagirt and Dundalk marine terminals at the port of Baltimore. 
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ACS expands US headquarters

November 18 - Air Charter Service (ACS) has expanded its US headquarters in Long Island in order to facilitate future growth in the Americas region.
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Lovemore steps up for steel move 

November 18 - South Africa’s Lovemore Bros has utilised its MultiMAX 2+6-axle stepdeck trailer from Faymonville to move a steel structure. 
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