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Through a strategic partnership with ‘K’ Line (Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha), Ports America will purchase a 30% stake in International Transportation Service (ITS).
Melbourne, Australia, could see the introduction of a huge L-shaped pier in the southwest, making it the city's second operational port.
The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore will authorise the use of an MPA-approved mass flow metering system for delivery to the Port
Port Corpus Christi has combined forces with Colombia’s Palermo Port Society in an effort to strengthen international trade opportunities.
Hamburger Hafen – the Port of Hamburg – is introducing a plan to manage the level of congestion at the port.
Sri Lanka Ports Authority said the shortfall in container handling capacity at Colombo will be resolved soon with completion of phase 1 of construction
June 11, 2014 saw Konecranes’ Danish distributor NC Nielsen deliver a 100 metric ton (MT) capacity reach stacker to Jutlandia Terminal in Esbjerg, Denmark.
Port Klang operator, Westports, saw a significant rise in profits to US$72.7 million from US$62.3 million in the first half of 2014.
NSW Ports has opened its third container terminal for handling agricultural exports at Port Botany in Sydney.
Dredging specialist Van Oord has won orders worth more than US$134 million in total in Brazil and The Bahamas
Siemens has obtained type certification from DNV GL for its D6 offshore wind turbine, reported North American Windpower.
A memorandum of understanding (MoU) has been signed by the American classification society and the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore.