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The new ro-ro berth at Kirkwall on the Orkney Isles makes extensive use of concrete

The new ro-ro berth at Kirkwall on the Orkney Isles makes extensive use of concrete

Navis highlights cloud go-live firsts
Two Finland-based container terminals, Steveco Vuosaari in Helsinki and Steveco Mussalo in Kotka, have become the world’s first ports to go live with Navis N4 in a cloud environment. 25 May 2017 - Port Strategy
Steady growth for Black Sea terminals
The Black Sea container terminals of Ukraine, Romania, Russia, and Bulgaria handled 642,308 teu in Q1 2017, a Container Market Review for Q1 2017 has shown. 23 May 2017 - Port Strategy
Digging deep
Two disparate innovations in dredging could have ramifications for ports. Barry Cross investigates 05 May 2017 - Port Strategy
The digital age
It’s high time that the port and logistics industry embraces the age of digitalisation, finds Carly Fields 05 May 2017 - Port Strategy
At your service
Providing value-added services can be worth the time and effort, as John Bensalhia explains 05 May 2017 - Port Strategy
Next generation automation
What’s in the design bank for the next wave of automated stacking cranes? Alex Hughes investigates 05 May 2017 - Port Strategy
Sound probe
Dave McIntyre examines the emerging trend to monitor underwater noise levels at ports 05 May 2017 - Port Strategy
Rising wind
Exactly what will a supersized wind industry ask of its ports? Stevie Knight investigates 05 May 2017 - Port Strategy
Plugging leaks
Oil spill technology needs more interest from the private sector, finds Martin Rushmere 05 May 2017 - Port Strategy
Start-up promises to improve port efficiency
A new start-up promises to help operators improve efficiency using Big Data analytics to support business decisions and to transform port calls covering all key regions. 20 Apr 2017 - Port Strategy
Walking the walk on automation
A new report by Trelleborg says that broadly speaking, ports and terminals are talking the talk on automation and Big Data, but not embracing either. 11 Apr 2017 - Port Strategy
PD Ports optimises resource planning with BI
PD Ports has embraced business intelligence in its operations to optimise processes and plan better for future resource allocation. 07 Apr 2017 - Port Strategy
Don’t overcomplicate software solutions, ports told
While big data and optimisation are the buzzwords of the moment, Navis’ operational innovation expert Oscar Pernia has stressed that ports do not need to reinvent the wheel to benefit from improved processes. 07 Apr 2017 - Port Strategy
Making connections
Overseas offices are more than just a public relations outlet for a port. Felicity Landon reports 03 Apr 2017 - Port Strategy
State intervention
Governments face increased pressure to take more interest in foreign port investment, finds Martin Rushmere 03 Apr 2017 - Port Strategy
Learning curve
Investment on in-house training can pay off for some ports. Dave MacIntyre explains 03 Apr 2017 - Port Strategy
Go with the flow
Gates queues should be 'consigned to history' say OEMs. John Bensalhia investigates 03 Apr 2017 - Port Strategy
Laying down tracks
Fine tuning port-rail operations is key to realising the full potential of rail traffic, reports Alex Hughes 03 Apr 2017 - Port Strategy
Cyber risks of increased automation
With increasing automation of systems and equipment, expect a marked uptick in the number of cyber attacks on ports, a security specialist has warned. 29 Mar 2017 - Port Strategy
Getting the message out on the CTU Code
Applauding the launch of the Guidelines for Packing Cargo Transport Units (CTU Code), IMO and European Commission officials have lent support to a campaign to get the message out on best practice in packing and securing cargo and compliance across all modes. 27 Mar 2017 - Port Strategy