Brakes in the spotlight

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The brakes market could be in for a shakeup as manufacturers look to increase the range of thruster options, in large part to differentiate ...

Playing the power game

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Many governments have committed to reducing national greenhouse gas emissions significantly by 2050, and port operators, as major generators...

Time for semi-automation in the yard

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Much has been said by Laurence Jones from the TT Club about the benefits of stack profiling in gantry crane operations at TOC conferences an...

Cleaning up the handling act

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Port operators are investigating alternatives to conventional diesel engines in their mobile handling plant....

Straddle carriers go over the top

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The straddle carrier concept and its derivatives retain their vitality for β€œniche” operations as well as high throughput, mainstream app...

Terex consolidates in Brazil

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Terex Port Equipment (TPE), the division of Terex Cranes responsible for the whole of the former Fantuzzi Noell product line and Terex PPM r...

ICTSI services largest container vessel

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International Container Terminal Services, Inc. (ICTSI) recently serviced the largest vessel to dock in the Philippines, the 4,330 TEU, 260m...

Terminals tackle spreader questions

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APMT Algeciras and Ports of Auckland Ltd have come up with their own solutions to different spreader positioning problems....

Crane price gap opens up

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The gap between crane prices in mainland China and in the US market appears to be getting wider....

DP World engaged on two fronts

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At the end of this month Antwerp Gateway terminal will take delivery of three ZPMC superpost-Panamax cranes. A year ago the cranes would hav...

Terex and Fantuzzi reach agreement

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After protracted and difficult negotiations, Terex Corp seems to be going ahead with its takeover of Fantuzzi Group, but on different terms ...

Terex and Fantuzzi agreement close?

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After protracted and difficult negotiations, Terex Corp seems to be going ahead with its takeover of Fantuzzi Group, but on different terms ...