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    Terminal improvement completes

    2022-07-01T10:22:00Z

    Works to improve cargo handling at a US terminal have completed ahead of schedule

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    Canadian port growth plan

    2022-06-27T09:43:00Z

    Joint development plan aims to position a Canadian port as ‘being at the forefront of the energy transition’

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    A manufacturing powerhouse

    2022-06-07T09:29:00Z

    A port equipment manufacturer is expanding driven by the huge boom in demand for eco-efficient solutions

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    PSA CONSOLIDATION IN HALIFAX

    2022-05-31T14:05:00Z

    PSA International Pte Ltd (PSA) has consolidated its position at the Canadian East Coast port of Halifax (NS) by acquiring the second major cargo terminal at the port, in a process that will enable the company to better plan its future operating activities.

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    Texas Upgrades

    2022-05-31T13:26:00Z

    Ports in Texas on the US Gulf Coast ports are to benefit from Biden Administration spending plans.

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    SAVANNAH: RECORD BREAKER

    2022-05-19T12:20:00Z

    For almost 20 years, the Port of Savannah has outperformed all other ports along the eastern seaboard and throughout the whole of North America. AJ Keyes looks at what makes this port so successful

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    Cyber security information exchange

    2022-05-06T11:08:00Z

    A port in North America’s northwest has joined forces with a maritime information sharing centre to combat the increasing threat from cyber criminals

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    Expansion plan evaluation

    2022-05-04T10:02:00Z

    Hamburg Port Consulting is to evaluate new equipment and capacity requirements at a South Carolina Ports facility

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    JAXPORT Prepares

    2022-04-30T14:29:00Z

    JAXPORT Blount Island Marine Terminal is in the last stage of comprehensive works that will provide access to larger vessels. The summer period will see the completion of in excess of US$100 million of berth improvements that will enable the SSA Jacksonville Container Terminal, Blount Island to simultaneously accommodate two ...

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    DB Jumbo Trial

    2022-04-30T12:55:00Z

    DB Cargo UK is trialling the use of ‘combi-consists’ to increase capacity, improve customer service and improve its efficiency.

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    New PSA Halifax Cranes

    2022-04-30T12:46:00Z

    PSA Halifax LP has confi rmed an order for two additional Super Post Panamax ship-to-shore gantry cranes.

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    SAN DIEGO ORDERS ELECTRIC VEHICLES AND MOBILE HARBOUR CRANES

    2022-04-30T11:20:00Z

    The US West Coast port of San Diego is adding new electric vehicles (EVs) to its fleet as it takes its first steps to converting to a zero emissions facility

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    Electric Tacoma

    2022-04-30T11:06:00Z

    The Port of Tacoma’s South Intermodal Yard (SIM) has received six new electric cargo trucks.

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    THE SECOND COMING

    2022-04-30T10:13:00Z

    DP World is sizing up a second terminal at the Port of Prince Rupert. AJ Keyes looks at why this is required and what is needed to support it

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    Sea-Tac gears up to capture US Mid-west cargo

    2022-04-30T10:09:00Z

    One port that hopes to take advantage of any delays with the Port of Vancouver (BC) RBT2 project, to target US discretionary cargo, is the Port of Seattle – and its new terminal development which sits is at the heart of its ambitions.

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    AT A CROSSROADS

    2022-04-30T09:41:00Z

    The Port of Vancouver has successfully grown its container business but needs to expand – and quickly. AJ Keyes reflects on the port’s challenges and the initiatives of various stakeholders.

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    CASE STUDY: TRIMBLE OPTIMISES DREDGE AND BUILD PROJECT

    2022-04-30T09:33:00Z

    Precision in marine dredging and construction works is a prime determinant of an eff ective project solution and one that maximises all-round economic benefi t. In today’s world technology has a major role to play in achieving this, as demonstrated recently by the application of state-of-the-art technological solutions from USA headquartered Trimble Inc. at the port of Kalama on the Columbia River, Oregon, USA. The port, a major export gateway for bulk commodities, targeted the construction of a new 550ft dock at its marina facilities.

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    CASE STUDY: TRIMBLE OPTIMISES DREDGE AND BUILD PROJECT

    2022-04-14T08:08:00Z

    Precision in marine dredging and construction works is a prime determinant of an effective project solution and one that maximises all-round economic benefit. In today’s world technology has a major role to play in achieving this, as demonstrated recently by the application of state-of-the-art technological solutions from USA headquartered Trimble ...

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    Intermodal depot chooses Navis TOS

    2022-04-13T10:12:00Z

    Navis’s terminal operating system will help a new intermodal depot connect to the wider supply chain

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    Pilot tracking platform

    2022-04-11T09:49:00Z

    New pilot and vessel tracking system helps share data across all supply chain stakeholders