NAWC congestion could well get worse

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Most North American West Coast (NAWC) container ports broke traffic records in 2004 and remain under sustained pressure. Congestion is expec...

California greening drive

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NAWC ports have faced a threeway drain on capital for several years. But now terminal construction has slowed as port funds are redirected t...

Shedding light in a dark place

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A new report from the UK’s House of Lords highlights the problems and shortcomings of Channel tunnel through rail freight services*....

Container decal demand hits new high

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The global requirement for container livery sets, including vinyl and paint mask types, increased by almost 20 per cent during 2004, as more...

Bigger cranes, bigger transport problems

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The sheer size of container cranes makes transporting them fully-erect more complex and calls for even more ingenious engineering solutions....

NSW proffers PB3T option

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At the mid-February resumption of the high-stakes independent inquiry into the proposed third Port Botany container terminal (see WorldCargo...

More Porsches to go by rail

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German car maker Porsche AG is to increase its use of rail transport for shipments of finished vehicles....

CG Capital adds port finance

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London-based intermodal equipment leasing and finance specialist, CG Capital Ltd, has extended its financing reach into the ports market wit...

Interporti united

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A new association, Unione Interporti Reuniti (UIR), has been created to stimulate traffic flows between Italy’s inland, rail-connected car...

Cool 45ft service

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MacAndrews, part of CMACGM, has successfully completed first phase trials shipping fresh produce to Northern Europe from Spain in 45ft high ...