Port Strategy News – Page 10

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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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    Renewed sustainability focus

    2022-04-29T12:02:00Z

    GCT is reaffirming its commitment to sustainability with a US$500m upgrade in equipment and technology

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    Driving up efficiency

    2022-04-29T08:04:00Z

    A combined port data and terminal and street system at the Port of Borg will automate traffic monitoring

  • Sogester is bringing automation to Luanda
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    Automation boost in Angola

    2022-04-28T09:40:00Z

    Angola’s Port of Luanda is stepping up investment in automation at the port’s concessioned container terminal so to achieve a safer, greener and more productive performance in the long-term, writes Shem Oirere

  • Bolloré Ports is taking a multi-faceted approach to reducing its environmental imprint
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    Bolloré Ports’ green terminal

    2022-04-28T09:34:00Z

    Aware of its impact on the environment, ten years ago Bolloré Ports implemented a process to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions and adopt a more ethical approach, says Olivier de Noray, ports and terminals managing director of Bolloré Ports

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    A bright future for cruising

    2022-04-28T08:57:00Z

    The cruise industry is making the sector more sustainable with commitments to decarbonisation and the use of shoreside power

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    Freeport construction begins

    2022-04-28T08:54:00Z

    First phase of a new freeport development begins, bringing jobs and opportunities to England’s east coast

  • The Port of Gothenburg is aiming to become the primary bunkering hub for renewable methanol in Northern Europe
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    Methanol bunkering hub plan

    2022-04-27T11:29:00Z

    The Port of Gothenburg is aiming to become the primary bunkering hub for renewable methanol in Northern Europe

  • Unitrove’s technology has won a UK Government grant to develop a unit ready for rapid deployment to ports around the world
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    UK backs hydrogen transition

    2022-04-27T10:54:00Z

    The UK government is backing hydrogen powered ships by way of a grant to bring new technology to market

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    Digital readiness tool

    2022-04-27T07:32:00Z

    Lloyd’s Register launches landmark maritime AI report and digital maturity readiness assessment tool

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    Welsh port regeneration

    2022-04-27T07:28:00Z

    A new release of development land at the Port of Cardiff is set to become a catalyst for regeneration

  • Svitzer’s ten EcoTow tugs are powered by marine biofuel
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    Carbon neutral towage

    2022-04-26T11:25:00Z

    Ship owners and operators will be able to take advantage of a new green towage solution to reduce in-port emissions

  • Actemium OPS is the supplier of the onshore power facilities at Port of Kapellskär, having already delivered two similar facilities to Ports of Stockholm
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    Onshore power milestone

    2022-04-26T10:08:00Z

    A Swedish port has installed shore power in order to service a fleet of green newbuild ferries

  • INOXCVA’s MiniLNG Terminal will be capable of receiving LNG through smaller ships while provisioning for LNG distribution and ship bunkering in the future
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    LNG for the Caribbean

    2022-04-25T10:09:00Z

    An LNG fueliing terminal is being developed to deliver low carbon fuel solutions to the Eastern Caribbean

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    Humber equipment investment

    2022-04-25T09:54:00Z

    One of the largest port operators in the UK is continuing its drive for growth with a £32m investment in the Humber region 

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    Port congestion indicators

    2022-04-25T09:52:00Z

    New port congestion indicators can give early warning of problems in the global supply chain

  • The US launched its first hydrogen powered vessel last year, Sea Change, a 70-foot hydrogen fuel cell passenger ferry
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    Port hydrogen plans

    2022-04-25T09:52:00Z

    The American Association of Port Authorities says that its members are banking on hydrogen as one of its future fuels of choice

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    Hiab forklift order

    2022-04-25T09:48:00Z

    A US building material company has placed a ‘significant order’ with Hiab for MOFFETT truck mounted forklifts