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Terminal optimisation platforms enable terminal operators to streamline key self assessment and reporting procedures
Esbjerg secures rig deal with Maersk Drilling
Maersk Drilling has entered a framework agreement with the Port of Esbjerg for new opportunities to position more rigs at the port.
Melbourne’s VICT in autolash first
Crane spreader expert Bromma and the Victoria International Container Terminal (VICT) say they have achieved a world first by integrating the first ever automated lashing platform for twistlock removal at a terminal.
Konecranes ditches merger to buy Terex
Konecranes has signed an agreement to purchase Terex’s Material Handling & Port Solutions (MHPS) for a combined offer of cash and shares.
Exis courses target container requirements
Compliance systems specialist, Exis Technologies, has announced the introduction of two new e-learning courses for safe handling and packing.
Belfast opts for moveable port storage
Rubb Building Systems has designed, manufactured and constructed a new port storage structure at Belfast Harbour.
Greener lighting at Sohar
The Port of Sohar is building on its green port credentials with LED street lighting, the first port in the Middle East to do so.
Cargotec’s Kalmar wins record contract
Kalmar, part of Cargotec, has been awarded its largest ever crane upgrade contract worth more than €20m to upgrade seven ship-to-shore cranes at the Port of Tanjung Pelepas, Malaysia.
Phoenix Lighting introduces SturdiSignal Series
Phoenix Lighting has introduced its SturdiSignal Series as the latest addition to its LED crane and equipment lighting product range.
Bromma appoints new president
Peter McLean has been appointed the new president of spreader manufacturer Bromma, effective from June 1, 2016.
Cavotec and ABB partner up for shore-to-ship power
Engineering giant, Cavotec, and energy technology company, ABB, have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to jointly offer worldwide shore-to-ship power solutions.
Channel optimisation software to improve scheduling
Force Technology has announced that it has joined forces with DHI to develop a new method to evaluate and quantify the approach and departure operability issues for ports.
Hyster adapts forklift to meet challenge
The Hyster Special Projects Engineering Department has adapted its 40 tonne lift capacity forklift to meet the challenges of a tough stevedoring application.
HHLA places order for Kalmar carriers
Cargo-handling giant, Kalmar, part of Cargotec, has secured an order for nine diesel-electric straddle carriers from European port and transport logistics group Hamburger Hafen und Logistik AG (HHLA).
Deutsche Bank sells Maher Terminals
Deutsche Bank has sold Maher Terminals USA, LLC, the 454-acre multi-user container terminal in Port Elizabeth, New Jersey.
Konecranes in cooperation with Aalto University
Konecranes and Aalto University have agreed to cooperate within the area of Industrial Internet.
TPS receive new order for RTG cranes
Terex Port Solutions (TPS) has received an order for six diesel-electric Terek rubber-tyred gantry (RTG) cranes from Alexandria Container and Cargo Handling (ACCHCO) in Egypt.
Bromma enjoys good year as sales increase
Sales for Swedish crane spreader specialist, Bromma, grew by 12% in 2015 helping the company to maintain its high market share with particular success in the North American market.
Shipping industry signs up to pilot XVELA platform
US-based XVELA, creators of a cloud-based vessel stowage and collaboration platform for ocean carriers and terminal operators, has announced that a wave of new terminal operators and shipping lines have signed on for pilot programs to put the XVELA platform to the test.
Kalmar reduces fuel consumption and takes new RTG order
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.
TOS system solution
Nectar Group has recently signed a ten-year agreement with Government of Sierra Leone to manage and run the bulk terminal located at Queen Elizabeth II Quay, Freetown.