In 2015, PTI reported on the five busiest ports in the Mediterranean. Four years later, PTI has readdressed the question and reflected the number of changes, innovations and expansions that have taken place and compiled a list of five mega Mediterranean ports. Port of Tanger Med, Morocco The Port of Tanger Med is cargo port […]
The new Lamu Port in Kenya took a big step towards completion yesterday with the announcement that its first of 22 berths is finished.
APM Terminals Barcelona (APMT Barcelona) has announced that it achieved what it describes as a “very high” 150 berth moves per hour (berth moves per hour) when it serviced a latest-generation vessel last week – its largest service operation on record.
In the third installment of The Athena Interviews, where INFORM’s Matthew Wittemeier interviews Athena, the advanced AI 2.0 system that is the center of the groundbreaking ‘2038: A Smart Port Story’ novella.
Namibia has taken another step towards becoming an international trade and shipping hub with the opening of a new US$400 million container terminal at the Port of Walvis Bay.
TBA, port software simulations specialists, has revealed that tripling quay capacity at the Operaciones Portuarias Cabarias S.A. (OPSCA) can be easily achieved without infrastructure investment following a study that reviewed terminal capacity and the impact of alternative handling technology.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is pivotal to improving terminal optimization, according to Real-Time Business Solutions, specialists in smart maritime technologies, which have contributed an exclusive insight for Port Technology International.
DP World has announced it has signed two preliminary agreements with Indonesia’s leading conglomerate Maspion Group to build a new container port and logistics warehouse in East Java worth approximately US$1.2 billion.
The Port of Virginia has completed its milestone US$320 million expansion of the Virginia International Gateway (VIG) container terminal, a key part of the Port’s broader $700 million plan to accommodate the world’s largest ships.