Container Handling News


  13 Sep 2017
Konecranes’ Executive Vice President, Mika Mahlberg, has told Port Technology that automation will eventually come to every terminal due to its affordability and suppliers’ readiness to develop it

  20 Sep 2017
Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC) has renewed its contract with Kalmar, part of Cargotec, by ordering new container-handling equipment as part of a fleet renewal programme in five terminal locations across South Africa

  19 Sep 2017
Kalmar's President has discussed what the company has in its pipeline to improve overall efficiency at ports

  18 Sep 2017
South Korean Terminal Operator Pyeongtaek Dangjin Central Terminal (PDCT) has launched a new Konecranes Gottwald mobile harbour crane at the Port of Pyeongtaek-Dangjin

  15 Sep 2017
Cargo shipping is the transport of goods by ships from one location to another

  14 Sep 2017
Mexico-based Altamira Terminal Portuaria (ATP) has successfully completed its upgrade to version 3.3 of the Navis N4 terminal system, furthering its position as a leading port operator in the Gulf of Mexico

Timo Alho, VP, Intelligent Crane Solutions, Kalmar:   13 Sep 2017
Kalmar, part of Cargotec, has launched its Kalmar Rail Mounted Gantry Crane (RMG), describing it as “a highly adaptable, automation-ready platform” designed to meet the requirements of customers' intermodal or container terminal operations...

  13 Sep 2017
Two container industry bodies have published an in-depth guide for those seeking to use refrigerated containers in a non-operating mode to carry commodities not requiring temperature control

  12 Sep 2017
MSC PSA European Terminal (MPET), the single largest container terminal in Europe, has ensured that more than 150 Konecranes Noell Straddle Carriers will continue to be serviced after signing a deal with Konecrane’s Antwerp-based service organization...

  12 Sep 2017
Fiji Ports Terminal, the operator of six ports on the South Pacific Ocean island, has made an order with Kalmar to provide the country’s largest container port with three Kalmar reachstackers and one empty container handler

  11 Sep 2017
Finnish crane manufacturer Kalmar and TOS supplier Navis have delivered the first OneTerminal integrated automation solution to the Victoria International Container Terminal (VICT) at the Port of Melbourne.

  08 Sep 2017
Kalmar’s President Antti Kaunonen has said that the port industry should be able to 'copy with pride' when it comes to standardizing automation

Kalmar hybrid-electric shuttle carriers reduce fuel consumption by up to 40%   07 Sep 2017
Kalmar, part of Cargotec, is jointly piloting the first fast charging shuttle carrier solution at DP World London Gateway in the UK

Automating equipment with data transmission   06 Sep 2017
Vahle's CEO Achim Dries has explained how manual terminals evolve through remote operations to eventually become fully automated

  06 Sep 2017
Dr Eva Savelsberg, Senior Vice President of INFORM’s Logistics Division, has discussed the importance of looking beyond quayside processes to find optimization improvements as opposed to focusing on the rail yard

  04 Sep 2017
Shanghai’s Yangshan Deepwater Port, a fully automated terminal, has set a launch date for seven new container berths

  04 Sep 2017
Strainstall, part of James Fisher and Sons plc, has secured a contract for its Container Weight System (CWS) with Kalmar – part of Cargotec, after recently gaining EU approval of the system

  01 Sep 2017
Containers are the best method of ensuring safe and sound delivery when transporting cargo from one place to another, coming in various standard sizes so they can be moved by trains, ships and trucks

  01 Sep 2017
Ten Los Angeles Port Ship-to-Shore (STS) cranes have been weighed by ZPMC North America and its partners ahead of an upgrade project for handling megaships

  31 Aug 2017
Port of Mombasa has received a major boost to lifting capacity and environmental mitigation with the arrival of two modern diesel electric cranes worth US$8.7 million