Products & Services – Page 24

  • The Port of Long Beach has been awarded a US$1.2m grant to help replace diesel fuelled tractors with electric vehicles

    Zero emission tractors for Long Beach


    The Port of Long Beach has been awarded a US$1.2m grant from the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to help the Long Beach Container Terminal (LBCT) replace diesel fuelled tractors with electric vehicles.

  • Liebherr Container Cranes has delivered four STS cranes to Fenix Container Terminal at the Russian port of Bronka

    Liebherr hybrid drive for Vienna


    Liebherr is to supply its mobile harbour crane LHM 280, equipped with its Pactronic hybrid drive, to Austria’s Hafen Wein – a move that should help the port operator reduce CO2 emissions by around 30%.

  • The bulk containers are loaded on to specialised rail wagons to be taken to the port for discharge

    ISG delivers bulk containers to Peru


    Intermodal Solutions Group (ISG) has delivered 1,200 specialised bulk containers to MMG to help the mining company move copper from its flagship Las Bambas mine to the Peruvian port of Matarani.

  • The event runs at the RNLI College, Poole, UK from 6 to 8 October 2015

    Hybrid Power Conference


    The Hybrid Marine Power & Propulsion Conference, taking place at the RNLI College, Poole, UK, from 6 to 8 October 2015, aims to spread the word about the benefits of hybrid power, including emissions reduction.

  • Congress 2014

    On the agenda at the Congress


    Two hot topics on the agenda at this year’s GreenPort Congress and Cruise conference will be fuel options for SECA compliance and dealing with waste from cruise ships.

  • The hybrid shuttle carriers are the first to be delivered to the USA

    Hybrid shuttle carriers to clean up Virginia


    The Port of Virginia is cleaning up its diesel fuel consumption and emissions with three Kalmar hybrid shuttle carriers - the first to be delivered in the USA.

  • 90% of Bromma's spreaders are all-electric

    Green spreader dominance


    Bromma is continuing to further its reach in the crane equipment market helped largely by its dominance in the green all-electric spreader sector.

  • The new Compact models of single screen, BS Series Automatic filters are designed to handle flow rates of between 50 to 1,300 cubic meters an hour (m3/hr)

    Filtersafe expands ballast water filter range


    Israel-based Filtersafe is expanding its range of automatic ballast water filtration systems to meet future demands, as the industry prepares for the IMO Ballast Water Management (BWM) Convention.

  • MARSIC300 requires minimal drfit calibration thanks to its innovative internal adjustment filter

    SICK launches MARSIC emissions monitors


    German sensor technology company, SICK, has unveiled two monitoring devices to help shipowners comply with requirements on measuring emissions, and offering proof of emissions required by port state control.

  • The E-RTG 2.0 uses new lithium-ion battery technology and optimised charging technology, ensuring that the diesel generator and tank will no longer be needed in future

    Conductix-Wampfler goes fully electric


    Conductix-Wampfler is expanding its offering with a new Full E-RTG system, which enables port operators and crane manufactures to operate RTGs electrically.

  • The all-electric, environmentally-friendly E-One2 RTGs will help SPRBun expand its operations

    Kalmar equipment in demand


    Kalmar, part of Cargotec, is to supply 14 of its all-electric, environmentally-friendly E-One2 rubber-tyred gantry cranes (RTGs) and six forklift trucks to Colombia’s Sociedad Portuaria Regional de Buenaventure SA (SPRBun) – an order worth around €25m.

  • Packing Center Hamburg (PCH) now uses the latest generation of Hyster® RS46-36CH ReachStackers

    Reducing operating costs


    Packing Center Hamburg (PCH) now uses the latest generation of Hyster® RS46-36CH ReachStackers, which meet the Stage IV/Tier 4 final emission standards, to transport containers on its premises in the Port of Hamburg.

  • The Greenline Yard spreaders pioneered the market in the early 2000’s by being the first all-electric crane spreaders on the market

    Fifty Shades of Green


    A product that perfectly fulfills its intended purpose will help to optimise processes and maximise product output while reducing operational downtime and excessive resource consumption, writes Lars Meurling, vice-President, marketing, Bromma Conquip.

  • Knowledge sharing: One of the reasons you should be interacting with GreenPort on Twitter and LinkedIn

    Connect with GreenPort


    GreenPort magazine is inviting readers to have their say on the environmental demands in the port industry by joining its LinkedIn group or interacting with it on Twitter.

  • AkzoNobel won the 'Best Offsetting Project' award

    Environmental award for AkzoNobel


    AkzoNobel has won an award for its carbon credits methodology for the shipping industry at the 2015 Voluntary Carbon Market Rankings.

  • Sea2Cradle handled a dry dock recycling project at the Port of San Francisco in the US earlier this year

    Getting better at marine recycling


    The Dutch recycling expert Sea2Cradle has come a long way since it was founded back in 2011. So far it has recycled over 100 floating structures using its partner shipbreaking yards.

  • SulNOx

    Combatting black carbon


    Black carbon emitted from vessel stacks is a long-standing environmental and reputational issue for the cruise industry because they emit stark visual representation of air pollution to both passengers and port residents.

  • The ASCs are part of a large-scale automation project at MIT to streamline operational processes and increase efficiencies

    Tideworks helps automate MIT


    US-based Tideworks Technology, Inc has supplied its terminal operating system (TOS) for automatic stacking cranes (ASCs) at Mazanillo International Terminal (MIT), Panama.

  • Gobbler Boats won two innovation awards for its Gobbler 290 vessel at this year's Seawork exhibition

    Gobbler Boats cleans up


    UK based Gobbler Boats swept the board at this year''s Seawork International exhibition winning two innovation, design and construction awards for its new Gobbler 290 Rapid Response Oil Spill Recovery Vessel (RROSRV).

  • The DustBoss DB-60 Fusion is a powerful suppression system with an efficient diesel generator which can be hauled to job sites that lack a convenient power source

    New mist unit to eliminate dust


    US-based Dust Control Technology (DCT) has developed a transportable atomised mist unit which combines a workhorse electric dust suppression design with a 45 KW generator set to capture dust emissions.