Logistics service provider Kloosterboer is to invest in an automated and highly sustainable reefer container terminal named Kloosterboer Containerterminal Vlissingen at the Vlissingen harbour, the Netherlands.
Liebherr Container Cranes and Montreal Gateway Terminals Partnership (MGT) have signed a contract for the supply of four ship to shore (STS) container cranes to the Cast Container Terminal in Montreal, Canada. The cranes will be delivered in 2021.
The Terminal Industry Committee (TIC 4.0), which brings together leading terminal operators, equipment manufacturers and solutions providers to promote, define and adopt standards, has been formally registered during a ceremony in Brussels, Belgium.
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 Pakistan International Container Terminal (PICT) has become the first container terminal in the country to obtain the ISO 45001:2018 certification, the world’s first integrated international standard for occupational health and safety.
The International Container Terminal Services Inc (ICTSI), has initiated the second phase expansion of its Matadi Gateway Terminal (MGT) in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DCR).
The Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) has approved a joint venture between two adjacent terminals at the Port of San Juan, Puerto Rico, despite being concerned about its effect on the market place.
XVELA, the world’s first maritime business network for ocean carriers and terminal operators, has announced that the Haina International Terminals (HIT) has implemented the Collaborative Berth Tool application.
APM Terminals Callao (APMT Callao) has become the Peruvian port to introduce a digital customer platform that logs, streamlines and coordinates General Cargo operations in the port of Callao.