International Container Terminal Services (ICTSI) has been declared the preferred bidder to operate, manage and develop the South Port Container Terminal (SPCT) at the port of Port Sudan.
Difficulties in attracting and then recruiting people to the logistics and freight forwarding industry have been aired by industry professionals.
$250m of investment at International Container Terminal Services' (ICTSI) Basra Gateway Terminal (BGT) at the Port of Umm Qasr could take annual handling capacity over 1m teu.
International Container Terminal Services, Inc. (ICTSI) subsidary Contecon Guayaquil SA (CGSA) has been recognised for its contribution to Ecuador’s growth.
International Container Terminal Services (ICTSI) has expressed its commitment to compliance following a worker's death at its Jakarta terminal.
International Container Terminal Services Inc (ICTSI) is building up its emerging market portfolio by acquiring three new operations in Papua New Guinea and the Philippines.
ICTSI has approved the second development phase of the Basra Gateway Terminal (BGT) in North Port, Umm Qasr, Iraq.
ICTSI has ordered US$22 million in hybrid equipment for its Manila flagship in order to improve efficiency and reduce terminal emissions.
Ecuador is putting its ports front and centre. Alex Hughes reports
International Container Terminal Services (ICTSI) is pursuing opportunities to bid for new projects in Africa after failing to secure the majority stake in Greece’s port of Thessaloniki, according to an article published by BusinessWorld Online.
Greece has received higher bids from three investors seeking to buy a 67% majority share in the Port of Thessaloniki.
ICTSI’s Victoria International Container Terminal (VICT) in Melbourne has been recognised for its smart infrastructure which may just help to ramp up commercial interest in automated terminals.
The new Victoria International Container Terminal in Melbourne has admitted it experienced teething problems in its test start-up of operations but management has expressed confidence for when it begins full operations soon.
International Container Terminal Services Inc (ICTSI) has reported a 7% increase in port revenue from last year, with the US$1.128 billion total being helped along by a surge in throughput.
International Container Terminal Services Inc (ICTSI) plans to order new, modern equipment to equip its terminals with the largest vessel handling capability in the Philippines.
ICTSI Oregon and the Port of Portland have agreed to terminate the operator's 25-year lease at the port’s Terminal 6 after admitting no end in sight to a catalogue of troubles including a lack of major clients and considerable labour issues.
ICTSI’s proposed $30m common-user barge and ro-ro terminal in Cavite, Philippines is being assessed by the country’s Department of Transportation (DoT).
Sociedad Puerto Industrial Aguadulce has commenced operations with the handling of its first container vessel, MSC Sasha, on November 27.
ICTSI has made inroads in Iraq with its newest container terminal, finds Carly Fields
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