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  • Making good use of data

    A lack of data transparency can hold back port efficiency, according to consultant Peter de Langen of Ports and Logistics Advisory. 09 Apr 2014 - Port Strategy

  • Konecranes turns RTG design on its head

    Konecranes has launched a mid-priced rubber-tyred gantry crane aimed at the emerging markets. 08 Apr 2014 - Port Strategy

  • Taking the cyber highway

    Alex Hughes finds out about Rotterdam's plans to become the centre of the logistics internet 08 Apr 2014 - Port Strategy

  • Ports prepare for gas-fuelled future

    More and more ports are either planning for, or are anticipating, the development of LNG bunkering, according to a new survey by Lloyd’s Register. 07 Apr 2014 - Port Strategy

  • Latin American and Caribbean ports' technical efficiency improving

    Latin American and Caribbean ports are 40% less efficient than those in Europe, notes a report from the Inter-American Development Bank (BID), although 40% more efficient than those in Africa. 07 Apr 2014 - Port Strategy

  • Egyptian ports not for sale

    The Egyptian Minister of Transport, Ibrahim El – Demeiry, has publicly stated that there are no plans to start privatisation of the nation's ports. 07 Apr 2014 - Port Strategy

  • Making a connection

    There's still a place for shore side power solutions, as Anne-Marie Causer finds out 07 Apr 2014 - Port Strategy

  • New Kalmar tractor steals the show

    Kalmar introduced its new terminal tractor at the Mid-America Trucking Show last month. Entering the North American market, the Ottawa T2 is purpose-built for “superior” performance, productivity and serviceability. 04 Apr 2014 - Port Strategy

  • Industry eagerly awaits MLC statistics

    It’s early days for real statistics, particularly because of the various ratification dates, but the Paris MoU issued figures for the first month after the ILO's Maritime Labour Convention entered into force. 04 Apr 2014 - Port Strategy

  • The right tools for the job

    Product and technical developments are jumping ahead to match port security profiling demands and requirements. 04 Apr 2014 - Port Strategy

  • Port of Dover proves a vital route

    The UK’s Port of Dover is to be revived by the Dover Harbour Board – a move that will ensure the “national asset” remains competitive and continues its vital contribution to both the UK and European economy. 03 Apr 2014 - Port Strategy

  • Defending seafarers

    Six months in and the impact of the ILO’s Maritime Labour Convention has been restrained. Felicity Landon reports 03 Apr 2014 - Port Strategy

  • Stealth tactics

    Security profiling is in place, says Martin Rushmere, but in more subtle ways than at airports 03 Apr 2014 - Port Strategy

  • Earthquakes close Chilean ports

    The Chilean ports of Arica, Patache, Iquique and Mejillones are closed for operations following the earthquakes and tsunami alerts this week. 02 Apr 2014 - Port Strategy

  • Combined Cargotec solutions first for South America

    Cargotec units Kalmar and Navis have announced that Paraguay’s Puerto Caacupe-mi will be the first port in South America to employ technologies from both companies. 02 Apr 2014 - Port Strategy


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