Cargotec’s Kalmar and MacGregor have announced their joint participation in AEGIS (Advanced, Efficient and Green Intermodal Systems).
Ports & terminals
Following the COVID-19 crisis, there is an urgent need to co-operate and accelerate the pace of digitalisation, according to a number of leading maritime associations, including BIMCO.
With delivery planned for August 2020, the Konecranes’ mobile harbour crane will increase capacity in bulk materials and cargo handling services.
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The total freight volume handled by the Port of Antwerp fell in April due to the corona crisis, but rose by 0.4% overall during the first 4 months of 2020 compared with the same period last year.
Rail Cargo Group is now also connecting Frenkendorf, Switzerland, to its intermodal network with a round trip as part of their direct transport routes between Wofurt and Rotterdam.
The British Ports Association has published the results of a survey completed by a wide variety of ports to determine the impact of COVID-19 on port businesses.
The Panama Canal has now emerged from its dry season equipped to ensure a competitive draft, and thus steady operations for months to come.
The British Ports Association has welcomed the recent announcement by the Chancellor that the government’s Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme will be extended for an additional four months in the UK, which will help ports recover as the UK economy starts to reawaken.