Emma Cobos, Port of Barcelona, speaks exclusively to Port Technology
Liebherr, experts in crane technology, has handed over its 100th mobile harbour crane, a new LHM 600, to the Spanish stevedore company Maritima Del Principado in Gijon, Spain.
The Port of San Diego has purchased seven alternative fuel-run vehicles as it looks to accelerate its efforts to decrease its carbon emissions and meet previously set out environmental goals.
Metrans, a subsidiary of Hamburger Hafen und Logistik AG (HHLA), has received the first Vectron MS Locomotive at the Metrans container terminal in Prague, Czech Republic.
MSC, the second-largest container shipping line in the world, has been helping the Bahamas rebuild after Hurricane Dorian by delivering 200 containers filled with life-saving relief supplies.
The Port of Rotterdam Authority, together with Transport en Logistiek Nederland (TLN), has commissioned an exploratory study to gain better insight into the feasibility of making container transport by road more sustainable in the port area.
The Maritime Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) has announced several new initiatives to help shippers meet the IMO’s regulations on sulfur emission, as well as make their operations more environmentally-friendly through digitalization, at the Singapore Registry of Ships (SRS) Forum.
The American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) has published the first firefighting guide for containerships as it looks to address safety concerns following a series of high profile fires at sea.
The Red Sea Gateway Terminal (RSGT) has purchased two of the largest remote-controlled Ship-to-Shore (STS) cranes, each with a 70-meter reach and a 52-meter height from rail level, as it looks to accommodate the largest vessels in the world.