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  • Camouflage cranes for Yilport

    Yilport is investing in two new, state-of-the-art ship-to-shore (STS) gantry cranes with a difference –camouflaged paint will be added to ensure they blend in at the Port of Oslo. 11 Sep 2015 - Port Strategy

  • Claims tangle for Tianjin

    The size of the insurance fallout from the explosion at Tianjin Port has yet to be uncovered said Gregg Newman of ISA “and it could take months before we really know where we are as the claims are just starting to come in now”. 11 Sep 2015 - Port Strategy

  • Bromma enjoys North American uptick

    Bromma has seen an unexpected rebound in North America spreader orders from both east and west coasts. 11 Sep 2015 - Port Strategy

  • Bromma adds weight to regulation warning

    Spreader manufacturer Bromma has added its voice to industry concerns that ports will not be able to meet incoming regulations on container weighing in time for the July 2016 deadline. 09 Sep 2015 - Port Strategy

  • Over-capacity now a must to prevent congestion

    As cargo container volumes continue to rise worldwide, congestion increasingly becomes a problem. But, Dynamar BV says terminal over-capacity is now needed to prevent congestion. 08 Sep 2015 - Port Strategy

  • APM Terminals acquires Grup Maritim

    APM Terminals has signed an agreement with Perez y Cia to acquire a majority stake in Grup Maritim TCB and its 11 container terminals. 08 Sep 2015 - Port Strategy

  • Management changes for Valencia

    New Valencia port authority president Aurelio Martínez has announced that there will be “changes” to the way the port is run during his period in office. 08 Sep 2015 - Port Strategy

  • Swaziland to build port in Mozambique

    The tiny African state of Swaziland, which is wedged between South Africa and Mozambique, has recently announced its intention to progress two mega-projects. 08 Sep 2015 - Port Strategy

  • Djibouti unveils grand expansion plans

    The Port of Djibouti has unveiled a huge expansion programme which aims to cement the port as a transhipment hub for the whole of Africa. 07 Sep 2015 - Port Strategy

  • Which way the wind blows

    Stevie Knight asks what it takes for a new wind deployment facility to breeze ahead 07 Sep 2015 - Port Strategy

  • Smart, smarter, smartest

    'Smart ports': virtual, real, inevitable, possible, or just another buzz phrase asks Felicity Landon 07 Sep 2015 - Port Strategy

  • All lit up

    Plasma and LED are still the dominant themes in lighting, finds Martin Rushmere 07 Sep 2015 - Port Strategy

  • Under one roof

    COMMENT: APM Terminals has announced that it will invest more than $2bn in a new port in Nigeria, its largest single investment in a port ever. 07 Sep 2015 - Port Strategy

  • Safety first

    Automation does not negate the need for adequate RTG collision prevention finds John Bensalhia 07 Sep 2015 - Port Strategy

  • Data security headache

    The growth potential of data is undisputed, but what does this mean for privacy? Felicity Landon reports 07 Sep 2015 - Port Strategy

  • Cracking down on Canal concerns

    COMMENT: The appearance of cracks in one of the sills in the Cocoli Locks at the Pacific end of the new Panama Canal may not be the only factor to slow down the system’s full exploitation, writes Mike Mundy. 07 Sep 2015 - Port Strategy

  • Vying for attention

    COMMENT: There’s certainly been a lot of chatter around New York about infrastructure and about the local port authority, but most of the press, traditional media and online coverage has not been about maritime things. The biggest headlines have been garnered by plans for a new $4bn revamp of the 1960s vintage LaGuardia Airport (which, sensibly, would include a ferry link to the business areas of Manhattan), writes Barry Parker. 07 Sep 2015 - Port Strategy

  • Mombasa operator hiatus

    COMMENT: It was originally scheduled to be announced in July but now informed sources indicate the name of the new Mombasa container terminal operator will be announced in late September/early October. 07 Sep 2015 - Port Strategy

  • No magic productivity pills

    Carly Fields talks with Navis’ Oscar Pernia about evolutionary changes in port performance 07 Sep 2015 - Port Strategy

  • Brighter times ahead

    Despite a short term slowdown, long terms prospects for Chilean ports look bright, finds Alex Hughes 07 Sep 2015 - Port Strategy

  • Who stole my container?

    TT Club's Laurence Jones explains why cybercrime is a rising threat to ports 07 Sep 2015 - Port Strategy

  • In a bubble

    COMMENT: China's having a tough time of it. While its economic slowdown is old news - shipping markets have had over a year to adjust to falling demand from the Asian juggernaut – its ports are now under scrutiny, writes Carly Fields. 07 Sep 2015 - Port Strategy