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Indian Container Trade Grows 6%: Maersk

Mar 07, 2019

India’s containerised trade grew 6 per cent during the last quarter of 2018, with the western region outperforming the other three regions in Q4 trade.A report released by the world’s largest container shipping company Maersk has attributed…

HPC Completes Chilean Puerto Central Study

Mar 06, 2019

Hamburg Port Consulting (HPC) completed the yard optimization and simulation study to the full satisfaction of Puerto Central with the presentation of the most promising simulation results to Chilean Puerto Central (PCE) by HPC's Head of Simulation…

Danaos Partners with iMarine Software

Mar 03, 2019

The international owner of containerships Danaos Corporation  has partnered with iMarine Software, fully integrating the maritime e-procurement solution 'SeaProc eProcurement' platform into their system.Danaos Web Enterprise Suite is a web-enabled…

Powertak: Powered Lift and Drive

Feb 28, 2019

The PowerStak family of high performance, fully powered stackers from Presto ECOA offer significant performance advantages over manual stackers and significant cost savings versus forklift trucks. Because they feature both powered lift and powered drive…

Kalmar's 70,000th Ottawa Terminal Tractor

Feb 28, 2019

Kalmar, part of Cargotec, is celebrating a significant milestone with the production of its 70,000th Kalmar Ottawa terminal tractor. Destined for long-standing customer Penske Truck Leasing, the truck was completed on 27 February at Kalmar's US manufacturing facility in Ottawa…

WiseTech Global Acquires Containerchain

Feb 26, 2019

Logistics software company WiseTech Global has announced its acquisition of Singaporean supply chain tracking and management software firm Containerchain.Based in Singapore, Containerchain provides optimization services such as real-time tracking…

Hapag-Lloyd: U.S. Probe Ends with no Obligations

Feb 26, 2019

Germany's Hapag-Lloyd is cleared of a U.S. Department of Justice probe into the practices of container shipping companies, with no charges brought, a spokesman said on Tuesday.'Hapag-Lloyd was informed that the U.S. Department of Justice, Antitrust…

APM Terminals Barcelona Cuts CO2

Feb 22, 2019

The electrical capacity of the APM Terminals Barcelona has also been improved, leading to a reduction in CO2 emissions of 600 tonnes per annum, said the international container terminal operating company headquartered in The Hague.As part of…

Jaxport Hits Record Container Volumes in January

Feb 22, 2019

Jaxport, the port of Jacksonville, Florida, had its best ever January container volumes, with total container movements increasing 16 percent over the same period last year.Nearly 121,400 twenty-foot equivalent units (or TEUs, the industry standard…

APM Costa Rica Enhances Reefer Services

Feb 20, 2019

APM Terminals Inland Services in Costa Rica has worked closely with one of the world’s largest producers and exporters of tropical fruit.The Hague-based international container terminal operating company  said in a press release that among other things…

Yilport Oslo Breaks Container Record

Feb 20, 2019

Norway's largest container terminal Yilport Oslo handled a total of 238,000 containers (TEU) in 2018, an increase of 14% from the previous year.The Norwegian container port operator said that as the cargo from Europe are growing, Oslo has become the logistics hub in Norway…

Black Sea Container Exports on the Rise

Feb 19, 2019

Ukraine-based Informall Business Group in its latest Black Sea Container Market review reports a rise of 8.70% in loaded containers handling in the Black Sea container ports of Romania, Bulgaria, Ukraine, Russia and Georgia in 2018 as compared to 2017…

Drewry Sees Balanced Supply-Demand in ULCVs

Feb 14, 2019

Maritime research consultancy Drewry believes that the industry’s supply-demand balance will benefit from a reduced appetite for Ultra Large Container Vessels (ULCVs) among the major carriers, some of which now have their eyes fixed on a bigger prize of becoming global logistics integrators…

ONE: Loading Record Exceeding 19000 TEUs

Feb 14, 2019

MOL TRIBUTE, operated by Ocean Network Express (ONE), renewed a loading record with 19,190 TEUs (including 38 TEUs void slots). The previous loading record was 18767 TEUs by MOL TRADITION in late December 2018. MOL TRIBUTE, which is deployed…

Eurogate Container Volumes Stable in 2018

Feb 14, 2019

Despite the persistently challenging market environment, German terminal operator Eurogate managed to close the 2018 financial year with stable container handling volumes.In 2018, the Bremen-based group managed to handle a total of 14.1 million TEUs at its twelve locations in and around Europe…

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