Forth Ports- owned London Container Terminal (LCT) has reached an agreement with MSC Geneva and Zeta System to establish a new feeder service linking the east coast of the United Kingdom with the Port of Rotterdam.
The first in a series of seminars promoting productivity and efficiency port-wide was held on Wednesday at the Port of Savannah, Georgia.
New Zealand based software and solutions company, Jade Software, has reported success in a series of implementation projects at shipping terminals along the south-eastern coast of the United States.
Reliable products for offshore survey operations are an absolute necessity. From CTD’s in the early eighties to the well established Midas SVX2, Valeport continue to deliver and meet customer requirements worldwide.
Global maritime projects designer Bechtel has been awarded a contract to manage pre-construction of the largest deep-water port in the United States.
Shri GK Vasan, India’s honourable minister of shipping, was granted the honour of laying the foundation stone for the construction of DP World’s new Nhava Sheva Gateway terminal today.
Netherlands-based consultancy firm TBA has developed an algorithm to ease the workload handled by reefer mechanics.
The European Sea Ports Organisation (ESPO) has urged that the European Parliament and Council come to agreement on a Clean Fuel Strategy prior to the EU elections.
In an unusual turn of events, the Alaskan city of Anchorage has filed a federal law suit against the US Maritime Administration.
China Merchants plan to bid on the Kalibaru Port project, despite losing out on an initial construction deal.
The American Association of Port Authorities (AAPA) has praised steps taken by President Barack Obama, the House Transport and Infrastructure Committee (T & I), and by House Ways and Means chairman Dave Camp towards increased investment in US transportation and the nation’s ports.
The Port of Rotterdam experienced a slightly poorer financial year after interest and depreciation increases affected results.