Unloaders grab more attention

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Rising commodity prices and volumes traded are leading to port congestion and increased demurrage at a time of rapidly increasing freight ra...

RTG production passes its peak

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RTG output soared in 2006, but will fall back by 30% in 2007 towards 2005 levels. Business is still strong, with over 660 cranes booked for ...

More non-Chinese board a slowing train

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This year’s annual container crane survey (number XIV) shows a drop in orders, as predicted in our XIIIth survey last July. We are showing...

JNPT opts for Impsa

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Impsa (Malaysia) has received an order from Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust (JNPT), Mumbai, India, for three post-Panamax quayside gantry cranes...

Impsa Malaysia set to expand

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Impsa Malaysia has announced a US$20M expansion to its facility in Lumut. The site was formerly owned byTorsco but in 2004 was sold to Impsa...

Malaysian orders

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Impsa (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd has won an order for five quay cranes and 20 RTGs from Port Tanjung Pelepas (PTP). In 2004 PTP ordered 15 RTGs and ...

Taxed out of Brazil?…

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Having recently won an order from Tecon Suape SA in northern Brazil (see WorldCargo News October 2004, p1), ZPMC is currently bidding on a c...

Do crane operators know the ropes?

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Terminals upgrading to bigger, faster cranes are increasingly finding that although new cranes with a 22-wide outreach may be cheaper to pur...

Another jump in RTG output

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This latest WorldCargo News survey of yard gantry crane manufacture confirms that RTG production will hit another high in 2004, while substa...

ZPMC wins Suape deal

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ZPMC has won a contract to supply two post-Panamax ship-toshore cranes and two RTGs to the ICTSI-owned Tecon Suape SA (TSSA) container termi...

…bags big PTP order

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The Port of Tanjung Pelepas has ordered three cranes from Impsa Malaysia (with an option for three more) with a maximum lifting capacity of ...