With automation sweeping through ports across the globe container terminals continue to be on a both towards technical advancement as we move into 2020.
The Ports of Auckland have released a video demonstrating its 82.3m tall and 2.100 tonne ship-to-shore (STS) container cranes, including a view of them arriving and being unloaded.
The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey has responded to a surge in container volumes, revealing a “comprehensive” 30-year plan for future growth
Hitachi has announced the delivery of its sulphur testing equipment to MPA Singapore and the Australian Maritime Safety Authority
Digital and automation specialists Real-Time Business Solutions (RBS) are at the forefront of the technological trends that are shaping ports, terminals and the wider maritime industry. The company has contributed a number of exclusive insights to PTI on subjects such as the Internet of Things, Cloud technology and automation.
Leading operator APM Terminals has revealed that Vado Gateway, its newest terminal facility, will be inaugurated in December 2019
HSBC has released a video demonstrating how blockchain’s potential to transform the global supply chain and detailed how it recently connected two platforms to transport a shipment from Hong Kong to Dubai.
The first Maritime Innovation Hub in the UK, a part of the government-funded “Maritime 2050 Strategy”, has been opened at the Port of Tyne
In partnership with the Government of Canada, Nulogy has launched an initiative to make Canada an “international leader in the field of artificial intelligence”