It has become harder for terminal operator EUROGATE to create sustained, positive earnings and defend its market position, the group’s management board chair said regarding disappointing 2017 year-end results which saw the company’s container-handling volumes down 1.4%.
Eurogate Container Terminal Wilhelmshaven plans to increase its workforce by 50% in response to higher volumes of business.
Port operator EUROGATE has announced the publication of its first sustainability report, which focuses on its commitment to equal consideration of economic efficiency, environmental protection, and social responsibility underpinned by stable economic development.
The Eurogate Group says that the strong performance of its European terminals enabled it to turn around an increased profit in 2016, despite a difficult market environment.
During 2016, the EUROGATE Group handled the same volume of containers as in the previous year.
EUROGATE has released a new and improved version of its INFOGATE app.
European terminal operator group, EUROGATE, has announced that it has increased its net operating profit by 13.4% to €73.5m.
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Hamburg-Bremerhaven joint venture Eurogate will reach its target of 11.7mTEUs this year and remain focused on Europe, with no plans to go global. It will also continue a strategy for success which has seen its handling nearly double inside just six years. Eurogate Board chairman Emanuel Schiffer spoke to Tom Todd in an exclusive interview after a year in which the group again broke new ground with the creation of the dedicated, 50-50 joint venture terminal, MSC Gate.
Eurogate, Europe's largest container terminal group, has secured the tender for the operation of Germany's future deepsea port JadeWeserPort in Wilhelmshaven, after winning over an international group of shipping companies and port operators. The group made it to the final bidding round and came out on top after impressing the assembled bodies. The ambitious project on the German North Sea coast is expected to commence operations at the end of 2009 or the beginning of 2010. It will create a capacity of around 2.7m TEUs, will have a 40-year licence, and is predicted to rack up almost ?1bn in investment costs.
The first piles have been driven in a five-year project to modernise the Eurogate Container Terminal in Hamburg and attract big boxships as that group reports record handling. The project, which will last 18 months, includes the renewal of quay walls and flood defences at the Predohlkai Berth 1 and the deepening of the harbour basin to 16 metres for bigger ships.
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Terex Port Solutions (TPS) is to supply 15 diesel-electric Terex N SC 634 E straddle carriers for Eurogate Container Terminal Hamburg – a repeat of a previous order made in April.
The Eurogate Group recorded its highest ever container handling volumes in 2014, with a 4.2% increase, while revenue also rose by 5.3%.
The level of return of investment when committing to tracking solutions is project based and depends on what has driven the investment in the first place, according to Eurogate Tangier's Marco Fehmer.
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