Central America’s high hopes

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The Central America/Caribbean basin container trades are one of only a few bright spots in the global liner shipping industry at the moment....

Progreso approves TCB deal

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Raúl Torre, managing director of Progreso Port Authority in Mexico, sees the recent acquisition by APM Terminals of Barcelonabased Grup TCB...

Taking the express train

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Intermodal rail services and inland ports are set to have a huge influence on the structure of the container shipping industry....

APMT to acquire Grup Maritim TCB

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APM Terminals has reached an agreement with Perez y Cia to acquire their majority stake in the Barcelona-based Grup Maritim TCB and its mari...

TCB signs up for Castellón

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Grup TCB has signed a formal agreement to acquire the Castellón Multipurpose Terminal on Spain’s Mediterranean coast....

TCB raises cranes

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Lift height of three cranes at TCB Barcelona has been increased by 6m...

New kids on the block

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While the ‘big four’ continue to dominate the global container terminal operating business, there are signs that Chinese players, second...

Barreiro – a terminal too far?

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The government of Portugal has decided that the Port of Lisbon needs a new container terminal, but does it?...

Paranaguá expansion

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Brazil’s TCP Paranaguá, in which Grup TCB has a stake, has obtained from national transport agency Antaq a 25-year extension to its conce...

Konecranes to TCQ

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Terminal de Contenedores Quetzal SA (TCQ) in Guatemala has ordered five RTGs from Konecranes. TCQ is owned by Spain’s Grup TCB. This will ...

TCB starts work on Quetzal extension

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Spain-based International terminal operator Grup TCB has laid the cornerstone of a yard extension to Puerto Quetzal on the Pacific coast of ...

Latin stumbling blocks

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Developments underway at latin American ports promise to overcome long-standing criticisms about inadequate facilities....