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Terminal optimisation platforms enable terminal operators to streamline key self assessment and reporting procedures

Terminal optimisation platforms enable terminal operators to streamline key self assessment and reporting procedures

Navis’ ATOM approaches 'Pit Stop' milestone
ATOM Labs, Navis’ innovation lab, is approaching a milestone in its Pit Stop Port Operations prototype project, which it launched in January to prototype the value of collaborative decision making (CDM) in the Port of Algeciras. 12 Oct 2017 - Port Strategy
40t capacity RTG order for BMCT
Bharat Mumbai Container Terminals (BMCT) has ordered 18 more Konecranes Noell RTG cranes to aid its expansion. 09 Oct 2017 - Port Strategy
MGI and CEA Tech develop AI solution
Port solutions company MGI has partnered with CEA Tech, the technological research department at the French Alternative Energies and Atomic Energy Commission (CEA), to develop a decision-making tool for the port sector employing artificial intelligence (AI). 06 Oct 2017 - Port Strategy
Rolls-Royce and Google sign AI deal
Rolls-Royce has signed an agreement with Google to further develop its intelligent awareness systems, which are improving the safety of existing vessels and are vital to making autonomous ships a reality. 06 Oct 2017 - Port Strategy
Kalmar unveils new electric forklifts
Cargo handling solutions provider Kalmar has launched a new range of fully-electric forklift trucks in the nine to 18-tonne range. 06 Oct 2017 - Port Strategy
CSXIT orders Konecranes machines
CSX Intermodal Terminals (CSXIT) has taken delivery of eight new Konecranes machines, which add to their existing fleet of 16 machines from the lifting equipment company, and is set to see three new Konecranes machines delivered in December. 06 Oct 2017 - Port Strategy
Tailor made heavy weighing solution at Felixstowe
The UK’s Port of Felixstowe has invested in a heavy-duty weighing system to help speed up operations and keep abreast of the competition in Europe. 04 Oct 2017 - Port Strategy
MSC orders Kalmar machines
Cargo handling solutions and services provider Kalmar is set to further its relationship with Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC) after the shipping line placed a new order for container-handling equipment. 21 Sep 2017 - Port Strategy
Open architecture is key to development
A shared terminal automation ecosystem will provide more scope for development and the ability to deliver affordable automation. 21 Sep 2017 - Port Strategy
48t zero emissions electric truck in testing
An electric 48t-capacity container handling truck with zero emissions is being tested in Germany. 20 Sep 2017 - Port Strategy
Konecranes Gottwald cranes in demand
Equipment provider Konecranes is reaping the benefits of its Gottwald Mobile Harbour Cranes, with two terminal operators recently opting for models from the range. 20 Sep 2017 - Port Strategy
Kalmar pioneers common automation architecture
Equipment provider Kalmar has launched an initiative driving the terminal industry's first automation platform with open interfaces. 18 Sep 2017 - Port Strategy
Kalmar and Navis provide terminal automation
Kalmar and Navis have delivered the first Kalmar OneTerminal automation solution to Victoria International Container Terminal (VICT) at the Port of Melbourne in Australia. 18 Sep 2017 - Port Strategy
Blockchain solution for container inspection
Transport industry solutions provider TCompanies has launched a blockchain product aimed at improving management of labour, legal and insurance costs relating to damaged shipping containers. 18 Sep 2017 - Port Strategy
Kalmar launches new RMG crane
Equipment company Kalmar has launched its new Rail Mounted Gantry crane (RMG), an automation-ready product that can be adapted to customer-specific requirements. 18 Sep 2017 - Port Strategy
Bendezu sells mobile crane
Second-hand harbour equipment company Bendezu Port Equipment has sold a LIEBHERR LHM 150 harbour mobile crane on behalf of a Polish port, moving it to Portugal. 16 Sep 2017 - Port Strategy
Autonomous vessels to change the face of cargo handling
Maritime activity over the next decade will be dominated by unmanned surface and underwater vessels, says a report on the future of autonomous maritime systems. 14 Sep 2017 - Port Strategy
Forklift investment should improve efficiency
ABP’s Port of Ipswich in the UK has announced an £170,000 investment in new Linde forklift trucks to improve efficiency of port operations. 13 Sep 2017 - Port Strategy
Kalmar efficiency for Fijian terminal
Kalmar is to deliver three Kalmar reachstackers and one empty container handler to increase productivity and improve efficiency at Fiji’s largest port. 12 Sep 2017 - Port Strategy
Autonomous container loading to cut port emissions
Autonomous container loading and offloading concepts that will cut emissions at ports are under development. 07 Sep 2017 - Port Strategy