Tim Morris, Chief Executive of the UK Major Ports Group, said: “It is important for all parties to carefully consider the new proposed Brexit deal.”
Ports & terminals
All partners including Customs, the Port of Rotterdam Authority, the Port of Amsterdam Authority, PortBase and the involved municipalities are working hard on preparations for a possible no-deal Brexit on 31 October 2019.
Ash Grove Cement recently turned to conveyor experts at Martin Engineering to review the company’s conveyor belt issues and come up with a solution.
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Associated British Ports has announced a new partnership with electrical engineering specialists Ampcontrol, which will see it invest in a new facility at the Port of Ayr.
Pangaea Logistics Solutions Ltd has announced that it has expanded its order for high ice class post-panamax dry bulk 95 000 dwt. vessels at Guangzhou Shipyard International (GSI) from two to four vessels.
Ocean Yield ASA has announced the delivery of the handysize dry bulk vessel ‘Interlink Eternity’ from the yard.
Port of Newcastle is investing in a US$35 million ship unloader with the latest safety and environmental compliance features – a level of infrastructure investment unseen at Port of Newcastle since privatisation.
The world’s only vessels that operate around the clock, 365 days a year, need to ensure safety and maintenance are built into the design specifications of each ship, according to Corrado Cuccurullo, CEO of Shi.I.E.L.D.