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SAMPOL Awarded Shore Power Contract from Port of València

Apr 11, 2024

Valenciaport announced it has awarded the contract for the drafting and execution of the project for the installation of electrical connection to ships at the Transversal de Costa quay in the Port of València.The award is worth more than 11…

Bahamas Port Goes Electric with New Mobile Harbor Cranes

Apr 11, 2024

Arawak Port Development Limited (APD) has ordered a Konecranes Gottwald ESP.6 mobile harbor crane to add substantial extra capacity to their terminal at the Port of Nassau. This crane will be the first at the port to run on mains power, which means zero emissions during operation…

Paranagua Port Conveyor Belt Idle Amid Explosion Risk

Apr 10, 2024

The Port of Paranagua, one of Brazil's busiest for sugar and grain exports, said on Wednesday one conveyor belt at its so-called export corridor remains inoperative after labor authorities idled it over a 'risk of explosion.'The Paranagua Export Corridor Terminals Association (Atexp)…

European Subsidy for Shore Power at Zeebrugge Cruise Terminal

Apr 10, 2024

Port of Antwerp-Bruges will receive a European grant of 3.2 million euros for a shore power installation for cruise ships in Zeebrugge. From 2026, cruise ships will be able to purchase green electricity when docked. It will be four years before this becomes mandatory across Europe…

Cosco Shipping Sees Quick Resolution to Peru Port Question

Apr 09, 2024

China's Cosco Shipping confirmed that investment in Peru's Chancay port continues and that it expects a quick resolution to a pending question over exclusivity rights to the facility, a local executive told reporters on Tuesday.Carlos Tejada…

Oldendorff Taps Harbor Lab for Port Transaction Accounting

Apr 09, 2024

Harbor Lab announced it has secured a new contract with one of the world's largest dry bulk shipping companies - Oldendorff Carriers.  Harbor Lab’s software-as-a-service (SaaS) platform centralizes and simplifies the management of port fees and related costs…

GES and Provaris Team Up for New Hydrogen Import Facility at Port of Rotterdam

Apr 09, 2024

Global Energy Storage (GES) and Provaris Energy have entered a collaboration agreement to develop a gaseous hydrogen import facility at the GES terminal in Rotterdam.Under the collaboration, GES and Provaris will complete a comprehensive prefeasibility…

Singapore Trials Charging Point at Marina South Pier

Apr 08, 2024

The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) has launched the first pilot trial for electric harbor craft charging point at the Marina South Pier (MSP).The charging point was awarded to the Pyxis Energy, Pyxis Maritime, and SP Mobility partnership…

SAAM Seeks Further Growth in Towage Business

Apr 08, 2024

At SAAM’s annual general meeting last week, Chairman Óscar Hasbún outlined the objectives for the company's new phase, following the sale of the port terminals and inland logistics division.'SAAM has robust solvency and liquidity indicators…

X-Press Feeders Signs Green Corridor MoU with Six European Ports

Apr 07, 2024

X-Press Feeders has signed of a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with six European ports: Port of Antwerp Bruges (Belgium), Port of Tallinn (Estonia), Port of Helsinki (Finland), Port of HaminaKotka (Finland), Freeport of Riga (Latvia) and Klaipeda Port (Lithuania)…

IMO Facilitation Committee to Discuss Autonomous Shipping

Apr 07, 2024

The IMO Facilitation Committee will meet in person at IMO Headquarters in London for its 48th session (FAL 48) from April 8 to 12 to discuss issues related to autonomous shipping; prevention of illegal wildlife trafficking on ships; digitalization…

First Containers Removed from Dali

Apr 07, 2024

The Unified Command began to remove containers onboard M/V Dali at the Key Bridge incident site, Sunday.  Salvors removed containers from the Dali as part of the effort to gain access to the portion of the Key Bridge that lies atop the ship…

Hualien Port Operations Suspended After Taiwan Earthquake

Apr 04, 2024

A magnitude 7.2 earthquake struck northeast Taiwan on April 3, causing several wharfs at Hualien port on the east coast to bulge.The affected wharfs are used for sand, bulk cargo discharging, and cruise operations. As a result, port operations are currently suspended…

US court Upholds License for Deepwater Oil-Export Facility

Apr 04, 2024

A U.S. appeals court on Thursday upheld federal approval of a deepwater oil-export facility planned off the Texas Gulf Coast, saying the proposed Enterprise Products Partners facility had met environmental review criteria.Environmental groups…

Baltimore Shipping Set to Resume by End of April

Apr 04, 2024

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers said Thursday it expects to open a new channel to the Port of Baltimore by the end of April, freeing up commercial shipping blocked by a collapsed bridge, and then restore port access to full capacity by the end of May…

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