Konecranes has won a repeat order for its mobile harbour crane technology from Atakas Port Business, Turkey's newest port operator.
Ports & terminals
APM Terminals has submitted a conceptual design for a first stage construction permit for the expansion of the Poti Sea Port in Georgia.
PD Ports responds to the Department for Transport’s recent decision to carry out a £3 billion upgrade to the Trans-Pennine route without any provision for freight traffic.
British Ports Association Chief Executive Richard Ballantyne outlines the Association’s key priorities for 2019.
GP Shipping has been recognised for developing its own innovative port agency operating system called ‘Marine-365’.
Shoreham port (UK) has bid farewell longstanding board member Stuart Nicholls and names Alan Massey as his replacement.
On Christmas Eve, the Port of Sunderland (UK) received delivery of a brand new Liebherr mobile crane, the Liebherr LHM 420.
In 2019, the Port Authority will keep to the same course, further building a sustainable future for the port by concentrating heavily on mobility, energy transition, digitisation and innovation.
Belfast Harbour has invested £3 million in the world’s largest hydraulic crane to improve its cargo handling capacity.
Gothenburg Port Authority has received approval from its owners to begin developing a number of logistics properties directly adjacent to the port.
The ports of Montreal and Trois-Rivieres have entered into a co-operation agreement in order to jointly improve and enhance their respective port services.
The Port of Rotterdam contributes twice as much to the gross domestic product than previously calculated, according to the Erasmus University Rotterdam.
ABP’s port of Barrow (UK) receives its first wood pulp delivery for its newest customer, BillerudKorsna¨s.