New crane for Guam

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Further to information previously posted, the Port Authority of Guam (PAG) expects to award by 9th October the contract for the supply of a ...

ZPMC in Wilmington lawsuit

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ZPMC is engaged in a lawsuit in North Carolina following an incident in which the backreach of four cranes being delivered to the Port of Wi...

Box traffic growth surprises Aarhus

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Despite only recently completing its new East Quay container terminal development, the Port of Aarhus finds itself in the position of lookin...

Ro-ro business rolls on at a fast pace

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There is plenty of activity in the ropax ferry and ro-ro market in response to rising shipping demand. Amongst the newest ferries to be put ...

Old reefers cause headache in California

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Environmental lobbying groups in California have declared war on the tens of thousands of obsolete reefer containers that are piled high in ...

Outlook fair for Fairview?

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Also officially opened this month was the Fairview Container Terminal at the Port of Prince Rupert, in the northern part of Canada’s Briti...

ACCC in Oz car trade probe

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In a controversial move, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has launched legal proceedings against a number of former...

French intermodal takes a step forward

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After several months of trials (World-Cargo News, April 2007, p41), the first commercial Rolling Motorway service between Le Boulou (Perpign...

US port operators eye automation

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APM Terminals’ newest container terminal facility is widely seen as the testing ground for automation in North America....

Lowering the risk of semi-automation

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APM Terminals’ new facility in Portsmouth is not only something new for the US, it is likely the first “greenfield” automation project...

NPX ships stuck in the mud?

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Following last October’s confirmation that the planned Panama Canal expansion will be going ahead, significant new opportunities and tradi...

Capital problems cloud developments

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The principal cities of Scandinavia are faced with similar problems as prime waterfront land is needed for non-port uses....

Make or break time for Gothenburg

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Following an extensive programme of redevelopment and terminal improvements, the Port of Gothenburg believes now is the right time to break ...