Cargo Handling – Page 8

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    Nyk Builds In Hydrogen Power Option For Container Handling

    2022-10-27T15:14:00Z

    The NYK Tokyo Container Terminal has started operating new yard cranes with an option for hydrogen fuel cell power in the future.

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    Graviti offers low-cost flexible handling

    2022-10-27T13:10:00Z

    ISO containerised bulk handing is being considered for a wide range of cargoes from grains, minerals, and sands, to biofuels, coal, and scrap.

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    Brexit - uk trade impact

    2022-10-27T13:10:00Z

    Andrew Penfold analyses the impact of Brexit on UK trade to-date and identifies forward trend lines with particular reference to trade with the EU and secondary European markets 

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    No summer of love in europe

    2022-10-27T13:10:00Z

    A combination of system congestion further aggravated by strikes present a challenging scenario for container ports in the Hamburg-Le Havre range. AJ Keyes assesses the situation and what the rest of 2022 will bring.

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    Transshipment crucial

    2022-10-27T13:10:00Z

    German ports have battled through a difficult period but continue to maintain a surprisingly strong presence in the transshipment theatre of operations. A J Keyes reviews recent performance.

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    DCT Gdansk – Expanding Capacity and Reach

    2022-10-27T13:10:00Z

    The continued success of DCT Gdansk is undeniable. Now, the fast-growing facility is expanding its container terminal capacity to handle 4.65 million TEU per annum (up from 2.9 million TEU) with the construction of a third deep-water terminal (T3) adjacent to the existing DCT Terminals – T1 and T2.

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    Heavyweight hurdles

    2022-10-27T13:10:00Z

    Jacques Vandermeiren, CEO of the port of Antwerp-Bruges, was recently quoted as saying that the container segment of its business portfolio “continues to pose significant challenges.”

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    MSC Going Large in Le Havre

    2022-10-27T13:10:00Z

    MSC is supporting a substantial new investment at the Port of Le Havre, France, to expand the container handling capabilities at two of the port’s terminals over the next six years.

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    Large hybrid shuttle carrier order

    2022-10-21T13:00:00Z

    Latest order of Kalmar Hybrid Shuttle Carriers brings the Port of Virginia’s total to 103

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    New telehandlers unveiled

    2022-09-30T14:06:00Z

    SANY promises ‘safety first’ with the launch of two new telehandlers 

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    Supply chain woes continue

    2022-09-29T12:45:00Z

    No end in sight to supply chain woes as UK ports continue their strike action

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    Crane order completes

    2022-09-23T11:26:00Z

    Noatum completes the set-up of new high-tonnage cranes in three of its terminals in Spain

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    Supply chain under pressure

    2022-09-21T09:35:00Z

    A further round of industrial action at the ports of Felixstowe and Liverpool is putting Europe’s already overstretched supply chain under increased pressure

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    MSC TARGETS NEW VIETNAM HUB

    2022-09-15T15:18:00Z

    Terminal Investment Ltd (TIL), the investment arm of Mediterranean Shipping Co (MSC), is targeting involvement in a largescale transshipment hub in Can Gio, to the south of Ho Chi Minh City.

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    DCT GDANSK T3 MOVING FORWARD

    2022-09-15T15:18:00Z

    DCT Gdańsk (Poland) has confirmed it has signed a contract for the construction of a third terminal, known as T3, with a consortium of Budimex and Dredging International. 

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    Albania & Kosovo Ports

    2022-09-15T15:18:00Z

    Plans for the relocation of the port of Durrës to Porto Romano, Albania…

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    Moldova Option

    2022-09-15T15:18:00Z

    Giurgiulesti Port, in Moldova, port is planning to procure additional handling equipment…

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    The big ships are coming

    2022-09-15T15:18:00Z

    The order book for high-capacity container vessels is bursting at the seams. It’s too early, however, as Mike Mundy reports, to suggest this will trigger a return to pre-pandemic market conditions

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    Take a holistic approach

    2022-09-15T15:18:00Z

    The National Cargo Bureau presents a holistic approach to the growing challenge of mis-declared and undeclared dangerous goods

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    From doha to sohar

    2022-09-15T15:18:00Z

    The Lower Gulf is home to a high number of different sized container ports. AJ Keyes outlines the make-up of the region and considers recent volume and shipping line trends shaping port strategies