The Port of Ipswich has celebrated a major new milestone in its partnership with Metsä Wood UK by handling its first shipment of 2000 m squared of timber as part of a new service launched by the port for its customer.
Three megamax quayside cranes have sailed up the Mersey River, destined for the Liverpool2 container terminal, completing the final stage of their voyage from China.
The UK Major Ports Group (UKMPG) responded to commitments on infrastructure development in party manifestos and announced the major ports sector’s priorities for a new government.
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The launch of Europort 2019 at the Rotterdam Ahoy saw journalist Geert Maarse bring four of the leading owners in Europe’s special ship segments to grips with the key challenges facing the maritime industry.
One of Transmin’s latest machines to be delivered will be used in an iron ore export stockyard application where it will be fed by giant front-end loaders depositing 50 t bucket loads into the reclaimer hopper, after which it will be transported at 2500 tph onto a stockyard conveyor.
CM Labs Simulations training simulators, has announced a new operator training solution for mobile harbour cranes (MHCs), part of the Vortex solution suite of port equipment simulators.
A new open chute high lift bin tipper from Flexicon hydraulically raises and dumps mobile bins into a hopper that feeds an integral flexible screw conveyor operating under loss of weight control.