- CONTAINERSHIPS HAS COMPLETED ITS FIRST LNG BUNKERING ON THE PORT OF ROTTERDAM
- GETTING READY FOR PEAK SEASON
- LIEBHERR LHM 550 FOR A. HENRIKSEN SHIPPING A/S IN DENMARK
- MARGRETHE MAERSK BECOMES LARGEST SHIP TO CALL VIETNAM
- APM TERMINALS CHOOSES BUILDER OF NEW TERMINAL IN MOROCCO
- CHEMICAL LEAK AT NAPIER PORT CONTAINED
- GPA SETS MONTHLY RECORD IN CONTAINER VOLUMES
- INDIA EYES DEVELOPMENT OF NEW PORTS
- PORT OF LOS ANGELES SEES RECORD MONTHLY CONTAINER THROUGHPUT
- P&O FERRIES OPENS EXPANDED TERMINAL IN ZEEBRUGGE
Containerships has completed its first LNG bunkering on the Port of RotterdamContainerships successfully carried out SIMOPS bunkering on its LNG-powered CONTAINERSHIPS NORD vessel in the Port of Rotterdam.
Liebherr LHM 550 for A. Henriksen Shipping A/S in DenmarkThe Danish company A. Henriksen Shipping A/S recently signed a contract for a new multi-purpose Liebherr mobile harbour crane, type LHM 550 with a total lifting capacity of 144 tonnes.
APM Terminals chooses builder of new terminal in MoroccoThe Netherlands-based terminal operator APM Terminals has awarded the construction of a new container terminal at Tangier Med 2 port complex, situated in Morocco, to a conglomeration of four companies of Belgium’s Willemen Groep.
GPA sets monthly record in container volumesThe Georgia Ports Authority’s (GPA) Port of Savannah achieved its busiest October ever for loaded containers, moving 251,566 TEU container units during the month.
India eyes development of new portsIndia is looking to develop a number of new and small ports for commercial shipping transportation, according to data released by India’s Ministry of Shipping.
Port of Los Angeles sees record monthly container throughputOctober was the busiest month ever at the US Port of Los Angeles, with the port’s containerized cargo eclipsing the previous record of 800,063 TEUs seen in October 2006.