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  • Supply chain services can add value

    Ports looking to add value by offering supply chain services should be honest, use arm’s length solutions and be clear on customer needs, according to Euroports’ Paul Jacob Bins. 25 Jun 2014 - Port Strategy

  • New Terex option for operators

    Terex Port Solutions is giving terminal operators another option for handling vessels up to post-Panamax class with a high tower variant of its diesel-electric Gottwald Model 5 harbour crane. 25 Jun 2014 - Port Strategy

  • Shipping lines more receptive to terminal dialogue

    Shipping lines seem to be softening in their hard-line approach to port productivity, accepting that it takes “two to tango”, according to Gulftainer’s Simon Sundboell. 25 Jun 2014 - Port Strategy

  • Peel Ports’ people power

    Operators need to ditch the idea of a port construction project as a civil engineering job, and embrace it as a business project with an emphasis on people, according to Peel Ports Group port director David Huck. 25 Jun 2014 - Port Strategy

  • Port ‘musical chairs’ hurts shippers

    Playing “musical chairs” with port rotations and failing to notify cargo owners in a timely manner is leading to increasingly disgruntled shippers. 25 Jun 2014 - Port Strategy

  • Navis wishes for better integration knowledge

    The industry needs to address the knowledge gap on the integration, capability and implementation of software systems today, according to Navis. 25 Jun 2014 - Port Strategy

  • Uneven growth dampens spirits

    COMMENT: The European Commission has predicted low inflation will remain a threat to euro-area expansion for at least the next two years as it trimmed its economic-growth forecast and warned of the impact of tensions with Russia - but this is tempered by uneven performance among the members, writes Ben Hackett. 25 Jun 2014 - Port Strategy

  • Making light work of oil containment

    A robot has recently been making waves on the waterfront. 25 Jun 2014 - Port Strategy

  • Gulftainer moves into USA

    Gulftainer is growing in line with its vision to expand to 35 terminals in five continents by 2020 with a 35-year concession at Port Canaveral in Florida, USA. 24 Jun 2014 - Port Strategy

  • Blue sky thinking

    Balloons and robotised box parks could soon be helping ports compete, writes Stevie Knight 24 Jun 2014 - Port Strategy

  • Spanish ports await €150m hit

    Spanish national port authority president José Llorca has warned of a €150m hit if Spain is ordered by the EU court in Luxembourg to dismantle its existing stevedoring arrangements. 23 Jun 2014 - Port Strategy

  • Vietnamese port IPOs a failure

    Ports in Vietnam have been struggling to find buyers for shares released as part of several recent IPOs. 23 Jun 2014 - Port Strategy

  • Bumping up the agenda

    TT Club's Laurence Jones examines the effectiveness of crane anti-boom collision technology 23 Jun 2014 - Port Strategy

  • The pitfalls of automation planning

    The cost overruns at TraPac's Terminal at Los Angeles have entered forklore, and there is certainly a keenness to get to the bottom of the automation miscalculations - no more so that at the port itself. 22 Jun 2014 - Port Strategy

  • Follow the leader?

    Beware of following the herd when it comes to investing in automation, writes Martin Rushmere 21 Jun 2014 - Port Strategy

  • APMT reaches new heights

    APM Terminals’ (APMT) request to raise the height of 14 existing cranes at its Port of Los Angeles (POLA) terminal, has been approved by the Los Angeles Board of Harbour Commissioners. 20 Jun 2014 - Port Strategy

  • Making customers count

    Peel Ports' chief executive Mark Whitworth gets ready for a new era for the Port of Liverpool 20 Jun 2014 - Port Strategy

  • Back to basics

    Weather or natural events are much less likely to lead to insurance claims than poor maintenance and operational failures, according to research from TT Club. 19 Jun 2014 - Port Strategy

  • Investments and arrivals

    Despite the naysayers, London Gateway remains one of DP World's flagship operations. Felicity Landon reports 19 Jun 2014 - Port Strategy

  • Italian terminal merger

    A merger has been agreed between Speter SpA in La Spezia, Italy and La Spezia Container Terminal SpA (LSCT), part of the Contship Italia Group. 18 Jun 2014 - Port Strategy

  • Uncertain growth calls for flexible planning

    COMMENT: Port planning and development is required to ensure future throughput volumes can be accommodated, on that much we can all agree, writes Peter de Langen. 18 Jun 2014 - Port Strategy

  • 'Rail motorway' to bolster Calais

    Ambitious plans for a ‘rail motorway’, logistics park and port extension are set to add a whole new dimension to the Port of Calais. 18 Jun 2014 - Port Strategy