Products & Services – Page 20

  • Damen’s InvaSave external ballast water treatment system has received IMO type approval

    IMO approval for Damen external BWMS


    Damen’s InvaSave external ballast water treatment system, which is designed primarily for use in ports and harbours, has received IMO type approval.

  • Vikoma’s Flood Barrier at Yarmouth Harbour, UK

    Reliable and innovative oil recovery solutions


    Vikoma was founded by BP after the Torrey Canyon Oil spill off Cornwall in 1967 and since then has been providing reliable and innovative oil recovery and environment solutions to ports and harbours worldwide, writes Karen Lucas, managing director, Vikoma.

  • DEME is involved in Phase 1 of the megaproject Tuas Terminal  in Singapore

    Providing sustainable solutions to global challenges


    DEME''s mission is to provide sustainable solutions for some of the major challenges the world faces today including global warming, rising sea levels and the rising demand for energy, writes Helen Hill, on behalf of the DEME Group.

  • Stage V: Kalmar has chosen Volvo Penta engines for its new European port equipment

    Volvo engines for Kalmar


    Kalmar has chosen Volvo Penta to supply Stage V solutions for its new European port equipment models.

  • Kalmar reachstackers deliver fuel savings and noise reduction for GVT

    Fuel savings and noise reduction


    Kalmar has delivered five new green Kalmar Gloria reachstackers to Barge Terminal Tilburg (BTT) in the Netherlands.

  • The LMOS Sweeper has a solid flotation design which ensures it is easy to deploy

    Innovative new oil recovery system


    Global environmental solutions company, Lamor Corporation, has demonstrated an innovative new way to recover oil in Halifax, Canada, which is based on the fish net trawling principle.

  • The electric cranes will help modernise and improve port efficiency in Puerto Rico Photo: Aidan Fleming, Port of Cork

    Electric cranes for LNG ops


    Liebherr is delivering efficient electric cranes to Puerto Rico which will be used to load and discharge containerised cargo aboard Crowley’s two new LNG powered Con-Ro ships.

  • With hybrid technology, the units can reduce annual CO2 emissions by over 50 tonnes each

    Greener equipment to meet efficiency goals


    Kalmar has bagged an order for eight Kalmar Hybrid Straddle Carriers from DP World Antwerp Gateway terminal in Belgium, which have been ordered to help meet the terminal’s efficiency goals.

  • The vessel will have a heavy focus on reducing noise and emissions

    Ulstein hybrid vessel contract


    Boatbuilder Ulstein Verft and Norwegian ferry operator Color Line have signed a contract to construct what they call the world’s largest plug-in hybrid vessel.

  • Intermodal Terminal WienCont in Vienna Photo: Hans Künz GmbH

    Quietening down equipment


    LASE isn''t just looking to make port equipment safer, it also wants to reduce noise emissions at the quayside.

  • The Port of Hamburg has been understandably concerned about how long the process is taking Photo: HHLA/Dominik Reipka

    More delays for Hamburg channel deepening


    Following lengthy discussions, the Federal Administrative Court has finally ruled that Hamburg can deepen the Elbe River, but only once it addresses environmental flaws in the plan.

  • More than 90% of spreaders for RTG, RMG and ASC operations today are all electric Bromma Greenline spreaders

    Bromma secures one of its largest orders


    Bromma has won a major order of 91 spreaders from Konecranes for their Port of Virginia deliveries.

  • Cavotec motorised cable reels enable container handling operations at ports to operate safely, efficiently and sustainably

    €10m in port equipment orders for Cavotec


    Global engineering group Cavotec has been awarded significant orders for its marine propulsion systems, shore power supply and crane electrification systems, worth a combined value of €10 million.

  • Torvald Klaveness selects ABB’s OCTOPUS software

    Torvald Klaveness selects ABB’s OCTOPUS


    ABB’S marine software is set to be installed on three new Trovald Klaveness vessels to help them meet incoming emissions regulations.

  • Eleven permanent, unattended, outdoor noise monitoring terminals were installed in a variety of locations within key trade corridors in the port

    Brüel & Kjær monitors noise at Vancouver


    Complaints from neighbours were on the rise at the Port of Vancouver. The port authority wanted to accurately measure port related noise emissions and share the credible information with the public so it turned to monitoring expert, Brüel & Kjær.

  • Hiab to supply 15 electric trucks to Germany

    Electric trucks for Germany


    Hiab, part of Cargotec, is set to supply 15 electric Moffett E4 truck mounted forklifts to Behrens-Wöhlk-Gruppe in Germany.

  • Improved productivity: The new DCG50-90 forklifts have an optimised drive train which claims to improve productivity by 10%

    Kalmar upgrades diesel forklift range


    Kalmar is launching a new range of diesel forklifts comprising of seven models which have been updated to provide better uptime, productivity and cost savings.

  • Siwertell’s rail-mounted ST 790-D screw-type unloaders help to minimise environmental impact

    Siwertell unloader order for China


    Siwertell has secured an order from Beijing-based Shenhua Logistics Group Corporation Ltd for two rail-mounted ST 790-D screw-type unloaders due for delivery in March 2018.

  • BKT prides itself on sustainable manufacturing and ease of recycling

    Sustainable port tyres


    An Indian heavy-duty tyre manufacturer walked away with a top accolade at Dubai’s Terminal Operator Excellence Awards.

  • Conductix-Wampfler achieves Port of Montreal’s E-RTG conversion project

    Montreal's eRTG conversion


    Conductix-Wampfler has just completed the first E-RTG (electrified rubber-tyred gantry) container crane conversion at the Port of Montreal, Canada.