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Second Channel Opened Around Collapsed Baltimore Bridge

Apr 02, 2024

Recovery teams opened a second channel enabling smaller vessels to navigate the Port of Baltimore on Tuesday but most commercial shipping remains blocked by the collapsed bridge and stranded container ship that brought the structure down a week ago…

Van Oord Duo Dredging in the Prinses Amaliahaven in Rotterdam

Apr 02, 2024

Van Oord’s cutter suction dredger Biesbosch and trailing suction hopper dredger Vox Apolonia are teaming up to dredge the Prinses Amaliahaven located on Maasvlakte in Rotterdam, the Netherlands.A consortium of Van Oord, HOCHTIEF and Ballast Nedam has constructed 2…

New Container Yards Completed at Houston's Barbours Cut Terminal

Apr 02, 2024

McCarthy Building Companies, Inc. has completed a $31.5 million upgrade of the Barbours Cut Terminal Container Yards 4 North and 5 North for the Port Houston Authority. The project was part of a modernization program to increase cargo handling efficiency…

Port of Aberdeen Makes Progress on its Strategic Floating Wind Path

Apr 02, 2024

Port of Aberdeen has stepped closer to becoming a strategic hub for floating offshore wind, with its proposed South Harbour upgrade project progressing to Stage 2 ‘priority’ status in the Scottish Offshore Wind Energy Council’s (SOWEC) strategic investment model…

Phase 2 of Terminal 5 Modernization Project Unveiled in Seattle

Apr 01, 2024

SSA Terminals (SSAT/ST), a joint venture between SSA Terminals and Terminal Investment (TiL), and The Northwest Seaport Alliance (NWSA) have announced the opening of Phase 2 of the Terminal 5 Modernization Program.The expansion project has culminated…

AD Ports Group Extends its Reach to 46 Countries

Apr 01, 2024

AD Ports Group has issued its 2023 Annual Report highlighting significant expansion of its international footprint significantly in 2023, particularly following the integration of Noatum, a global logistics platform with a presence in 27 countries…

Trapped Vessels Start to Move Out of Baltimore Following Bridge Disaster

Apr 01, 2024

The U.S. state of Maryland has opened a temporary channel on the northbound side of the collapsed Baltimore bridge, allowing limited tug and barge traffic around the container ship stuck at the disaster site, Governor Wes Moore said on Monday…

Maryland Governor Urges Congress to Fund Bridge Rebuild

Apr 01, 2024

With efforts underway to clean up thousands of tons of steel debris from the collapsed bridge in Baltimore's harbor, Maryland Governor Wes Moore on Sunday urged Republicans to work with Democrats to approve the federal funding needed for rebuilding…

ABS Embarks Project to Advance Offshore Electrical Power Bunkering

Apr 01, 2024

American Bureau Of Shipping (ABS) has joined the BlueBARGE project, a program funded by the Horizon Europe program and involving 14 partners from 10 European countries to develop a comprehensive solution for offshore electrical power bunkering…

World’s Largest Automated Terminal: PSA Tuas Port Pioneering Automation Transformation with Event-Driven Architecture

Mar 29, 2024

PSA Tuas Port is on the path to becoming the world’s largest automated container terminal, boasting an annual handling capacity of 65 million Twenty-Foot Equivalent Units (TEUs) once it reaches full operational capacity in the 2040s. The inauguration…

Welsh Port Steps Closer to Becoming Floating Wind Hub

Mar 29, 2024

A project to transform the Port Talbot into a major hub for floating offshore wind (FLOW) and green energy development has come one step closer to securing a share of up to $200 million (£160 million) of UK Government funding.The UK Government…

Seattle's Terminal 46 Opens for Auto and Breakbulk Cargo Business

Mar 28, 2024

Seattle's Terminal 46 on Wednesday welcomed the Triumph Ace, marking the opening of the terminal to regular auto and breakbulk cargo service.Terminal 46 is located in The Northwest Seaport Alliance’s (NWSA) Seattle Harbor, offering 42 plus acres of cargo lay-down space…

Baltimore Bridge Collapse Rattles Supply Chains Already Rocked by Troubles in Panama and the Red Sea

Mar 27, 2024

The collapse of the Francis Scott Key Bridge on March 25, 2024, has put a spotlight on the Port of Baltimore, one of the busiest harbors in the U.S., which paused shipping and immediately halted all vessel traffic in and out.The port remained open to trucks following the incident…

Bridge Collapse Freezes Ship Traffic in Port of Baltimore

Mar 26, 2024

Ships sailing to the U.S. port of Baltimore dropped anchor in waters nearby while vessels were stranded inside the port after traffic was halted following a bridge collapse, shipping data showed on Tuesday.A 948-foot container ship smashed into…

Cosco Shipping Evaluating Impact of Peru's Lawsuit on Megaport Development

Mar 26, 2024

China's Cosco Shipping is evaluating the impact of a move by Peru's government to annual the exclusivity it holds over operations at the new Chancay megaport.Peru awarded exclusivity to Cosco Shipping to operate the port in 2021, but last week…

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