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New Zealand will build a new inland port south of the Port of Napier as part of a national post-COVID-19 infrastructure programme
 
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The International Maritime Organisation (IMO) and the European Community Shipowners Association (ESCA) have urged national governments to find a solution to the continuing crew changeover crisis

APM Terminals has introduced application programming interface (API) accessibility to build stronger, digital supply chains for logistics customers

Hyundai Merchant Marine has held the naming ceremony for the HMM Hamburg, the next vessel in its fleet of 24,000 TEU mega-ships

MSC has launched an online quotation tool called ‘Instant Quote’ which it claims offers shippers the capability to get quotes as faster and simpler than ever before as part of efforts to accelerate digitisation across its business

The Maritime Port Authority of Singapore has helped establish an International Advisory Panel on Maritime Decarbonisation as part of efforts to reach goals set by the International Maritime Organisation

Royal HaskoningDHV recently spoke to Inform as part of the Future Visions interview series to discuss the port and terminal industry and some technology developments we can expect to see over the next two decades

Traditionally on the North American Railroads Rubber Tired Gantry (RTG) cranes are used to load and unload trains

Container terminals are living ecosystems built over complex and large infrastructures with a significant number of parties interacting in a coordinated way to offer highly complex logistic services under strict operational planning and tight cost controls
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