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.
Ports & terminals
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.
Robot technology – already deployed to Ultrabulk, Norden, J. Lauritzen, and Oldendorff – could prevent as much as 300 000 t of chemicals entering world’s oceans.
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BHP aims to decide early next year who has won a tender for LNG-fuelled transport to ship up to 27 million t, or about 10% of its iron ore to cut emissions by around a quarter, a Senior Executive said.
Gateway Terminal, Connecticut, US, has announced that it has received expanded foreign trade zone (FTZ) subzone approval from the Foreign-Trade Zones Board of the US Department of Commerce.
Oldendorff will provide a full transportation solution to BCPCL, which includes coal transportation from Indonesia or Australia with transhipment in Andaman and Nicobar to the Payra power plant in Bangladesh.
The Port of Teignmouth’s stevedoring team has nominated charity Volunteering in Health to receive a £500 donation in support its vital work in the local community.
Pietro de Michieli, Managing Director at AUMUND, Germany, has taken over the Chair for Equipment Design and Infrastructure at PEMA Port Equipment Manufacturers Association, UK.