Container Weighing News

  25 Jul 2017
Port of Savannah Garden City Terminal on the US East Coast has plans to amp up crane capacity to service 14,000 TEU vessels

  24 Jul 2017
TT Club, a provider of insurance and related risk management services, has revealed that government authorities may be under-equipped to enforce SOLAS VGM rules and protect the safety of ships and workers both on board and ashore when handling...

  24 Jul 2017
Simon Everett, Managing Director at Strainstall, has explained how the company's retrofitted container weighing systems (CWS) works with port technology such as straddle carriers, reachstackers and RTG (rubber tired gantry) cranes

  21 Jul 2017
Mitsui OSK Lines (MOL) has placed Bernhard Schulte Shipmanagement (BSM) in charge of managing the 20,146 TEU containership, MOL Tribute.

  21 Jul 2017
A year after the new SOLAS VGM rules were established on July 1, 2016, Strainstall has found that many countries are still not implementing the International Maritime Organization (IMO) regulation properly

  20 Jul 2017
State-agency-administered New Orleans Port has announced that its CEO Brandy Christian has been appointed to a US government board advising on rail transport ahead of an acquisition.

  19 Jul 2017
Spanish port and logistics operator Noatum has commissioned a giant crane as the latest step in its US$115 million project to overhaul craneage at Valencia container terminal for mega ships.

  18 Jul 2017
New York and New Jersey Port has welcomed a New Panamax-sized containership OOCL Berlin after it slipped under the recently elevated Bayonne Bridge on July 17, 2017

  18 Jul 2017
World Shipping Council (WSC) has released a survey of WSC member companies reporting shipping containers lost at sea.

  17 Jul 2017
Chinese entities have doubled the value of overseas port projects targeted for investment since last year, potentially expanding China’s maritime and soft economic power at a rapid rate

  14 Jul 2017
Dutch hull-cleaning provider Fleet Cleaner has cleaned various container vessels with a length of over 350 metres during loading and unloading at Dutch container terminals

  13 Jul 2017
After a period of significant change, the container shipping industry is now moving towards a state of stability and growth

  13 Jul 2017
Maersk Group has said it had restored service contracts data relating to US trades which had been lost in the recent ‘Not Petya’ cyberattack

  11 Jul 2017
A US services division of Chinese crane manufacturer ZPMC Crane Services has successfully moved two giant STS cranes for the Florida, US port of Jaxport.

  06 Jul 2017
Five Dutch port authorities that have teamed up to introduce a new nationwide app for inland shippers with current waterway information nationwide.

  27 Jun 2017
TOC Europe 2017 has officially begun at the RAI Amsterdam Convention Center with a Leader’s Debate featuring major figures such as Dr Yvo Saanen of TBA, Uno Bryfors of ABB and Mika Mahlberg

  23 Jun 2017
Thailand’s Eastern Economic Corridor project to develop its eastern seaboard may opt to be part of China’s Belt and Road Initiative

  21 Jun 2017
BISON, the New Zealand tech company, has just shipped a second set of its pioneering container scales to Bermuda, this time to the America's Cup Event Authority (ACEA)

  20 Jun 2017
Container database BoxTech is rapidly expanding and now contains data on 5 million containers, or 20% of the global fleet

  16 Jun 2017
Zeebrugge Port in Belgium has launched an LNG bunkering ship that combines cargo unloading and Ship-to-Ship LNG bunkering, becoming the first port to offer a regular Ship-to-Ship LNG bunkering service