Kalmar, part of Finland-headquartered Cargotec, has finalised a deal with The Port of Virginia for sixteen hybrid shuttle carriers designed to reduce fuel consumption, emissions and engine noise.
US federal approval has been given to an innovative agreement that allows the Georgia Ports Authority (GPA) and the Virginia Port Authority (VPA) to information share to help position themselves as the US east coast's leading container gateways.
With increasing automation of systems and equipment, expect a marked uptick in the number of cyber attacks on ports, a security specialist has warned.
The port authorities of Georgia and Virginia have filed for permission to create the ‘East Coast Gateway Terminal Agreement’.
Konecranes and Virginia Port Authority have signed a contract for the delivery of four Rail Mounted Gantry (RMG) cranes.
Bromma has won a major order of 91 spreaders from Konecranes for their Port of Virginia deliveries.
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The Virginia Port Authority (VPA) has provided Konecranes with Notice of Intent to Award Contracts in the US Stock exchange release, which will be the largest deal in the history of Konecranes.
The Port of Virginia has signed a new long-term lease for Virginia International Gateway (VIG) to give the port operating rights at the terminal until 2065.
The US General Assembly has signed off on an unprecedented $350m state-backed bond deal giving the Port of Virginia the money it needs to expand capacity at Norfolk International Terminals, according to local reports.
Kalmar hybrid shuttle carriers in operation at Virginia International Gateway (VIG) are reducing fuel consumption by as much as 40% over traditional diesel driveline shuttle carriers, according to new data.
MSC and CMA CGM have withdrawn objections they lodged in respect of a proposed deal by APM Terminals to run various port terminals in Virginia's ports for a period of 48 years.
The Port of Virginia has closed the tender period for alternative proposals to operate the authority’s state owned and leased container terminals this week following an unsolicited proposal from APM Terminals back in May.
The Port of Virginia has just begun receiving cargo diverted from the Port of New York/New Jersey as a result of the damage caused to that critical Northeast port by Hurricane Sandy.
Virginia Port Authority (VPA) has kicked off its plan for corporate restructuring this week – the shake-up aims to make the management for the ports more efficient and cost effective.
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The Virginia Port Authority (VPA) board has approved a restructure this week for both the VPA and Virginia International Terminals (VIT) which will also overhaul the port’s long-term strategy - but it won’t include privatisation.
Virginia’s Green Operator (GO) programme has been extended to include incentives for vessels participating in its fuel switch or alternative power schemes at its terminals.
The Port of Salalah and Virginia Port Authority have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to share information and generate new business.
Virginia Port Authority is looking to put an end to “continuing losses” at the port, starting with the re-negotiation of APM Terminals’ 20-year lease of the Portsmouth facility.
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