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    PATENGA POSITIVES BUT…

    2022-04-30T14:11:00Z

    Operator selection for the soon to open Patenga Container Terminal may benefit from a more empirical approach drawing on best practice. Mike Mundy reports

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    PERU LINES UP MAJOR PORT INVESTMENTS FOR 2022

    2022-04-30T14:06:00Z

    Public and private sector port investment in Peru in 2022 is expected to come in at just under the two billion US dollar mark.

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    STS10 SANTOS GETS GOING BUT WITH SOME CONTROVERSY

    2022-04-30T13:58:00Z

    The planned concession of the new so-called STS10 container terminal in the port of Santos, Brazil is running into stormy waters.

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    FLSMIDTH WINS GLADSTONE CONTRACT

    2022-04-30T13:04:00Z

    Gladstone Ports Corporation (GPC) has selected FLSmidth to build its new shiploader 1.

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    DOUALA TARGETS INCREASED PRODUCTIVITY

    2022-04-30T12:59:00Z

    The Container Terminal Management of the Port of Douala (RTC) is targeting increased operational productivity with the arrival of fi ve new reach stackers and an empty container handler from Konecranes.

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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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    Brazil’s Wind

    2022-04-30T12:47:00Z

    Shell has confirmed that it has applied for environmental licenses from the Brazilian Institute of Environment and Renewable Natural Resources (IBAMA) to develop off shore wind farms along the coast of Brazil. 

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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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    FRUIT: ON FERTILE GROUND

    2022-04-30T11:21:00Z

    Brazilian gateway ports for fruit are capturing greater cargo volumes. Rob Ward assesses their performance and plans to facilitate further growth

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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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    SSA PLANS MANZANILLO CRANE INVESTMENT

    2022-04-30T11:15:00Z

    SSA Mexico is to order two Super Post Panamax ship-to-shore gantries and six rubber-tyred-gantry (RTG) units for its Terminal Especializada de Contenedores (TEC1) in Manzanillo, Mexico.

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    Inland Shipping Battery Test

    2022-04-30T11:06:00Z

    The Port of Rotterdam has been testing a battery system in the centre of Rotterdam for the inland shipping sector to trial the use of shore-based power.

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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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    CargoNet Tests

    2022-04-30T11:03:00Z

    Kalmar, part of Cargotec, has confirmed that it has signed an exclusive one-year agreement with Norwegian rail operator CargoNet covering operational testing of a Kalmar Electric Reachstacker.

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    R. STACKER: ELECTRIC PRESENCE

    2022-04-30T11:00:00Z

    John Bensalhia examines the rising interest in the electric reach stacker and charts how the concept is evolving

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    SMART BUOYS

    2022-04-30T10:42:00Z

    The role of buoys is being extended beyond safe navigation, even the provision of off shore power to vessels is within reach. A J Keyes reports

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    INNOVATION TO THE FORE

    2022-04-30T10:23:00Z

    The following review highlights products, services and systems in the shoreside power supply sector that have recently come to the fore as well as identifies interesting orders placed.

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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.