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Florida’s Atlantic seaports keep pace with box growth

AJOT | February 12, 2006 | Breakbulk & Projects

Burgeoning containerized cargo volumes have been keeping ports along the Atlantic coast of Florida busy adding to infrastructure. New services and high-level personnel appointments are among a plethora of other developments unfolding at these ports. Read More »

Prince Rupert container terminal construction to begin

AJOT | February 12, 2006 | Breakbulk & Projects

The Prince Rupert Port Authority announced that the Environmental Review for the conversion of the Fairview Terminal into an ultra-modern high capacity container-handling facility has been approved by the Government of Canada. This was an important milest Read More »

Port of Vancouver records moderate increase for 2005

AJOT | February 05, 2006 | Breakbulk & Projects

Trade through the Port of Vancouver grew four percent to 76.3 million tons in 2005, with exports of petroleum products and canola showing marked increases of 27% and 17% respectively; and, container traffic attaining a new record of 1.77 million teus. Inc Read More »

MARAD, Beaumont honor SE Texas maritime industry

AJOT | February 05, 2006 | Breakbulk & Projects

The City of Beaumont and US Department of Transportation, Maritime Administration, honored the Southeast Texas maritime industry for its response to Hurricanes Rita and Katrina. The event was held in Beaumont, January 31, 2006. Read More »

SC State Ports Authority Sets New Volume Record

AJOT | February 05, 2006 | Breakbulk & Projects

In 2005, the SPA's facilities in the Port of Charleston handled 1.98 million teus, up 6% from 2004. The SPA's breakbulk and bulk cargo through Charleston, Georgetown and Port Royal totaled 1.9 million tons, up 2% from 2004. Read More »

Premium Article  PROJECT CARGO/HEAVY LIFT - Insuring Project Cargo

George Lauriat | January 29, 2006 | Breakbulk & Projects

What is Project Cargo? Defining what constitutes ‘project cargo’ is difficult since nearly every move related to an oversized item or odd piece of equipment can fall into this grand basket. To a degree, it matters not whether that item is a yacht, a wind Read More »

Maher orders cranes for Prince Rupert container terminal

AJOT | January 29, 2006 | Breakbulk & Projects

Maher Terminals announced that it will exercise its order acknowledgement to ZPMC of Shanghai, China, for three (3) new ultra-post-Panamax container cranes for the Prince Rupert container terminal. This follows the Prince Rupert Port Authority's (PRPA) an Read More »

Panama Canal Authority announces FY 2006 1/Q metrics

AJOT | January 22, 2006 | Breakbulk & Projects

The Panama Canal Authority (ACP) announced first quarter operational metrics for fiscal year 2006. Transit time for booked and non-booked vessels dropped. Additionally, net tonnage and usage of the reservation system increased and official accidents decre Read More »

Vancouver Port Authority awards cruise operations to Ceres

AJOT | January 22, 2006 | Breakbulk & Projects

The Vancouver Port Authority (VPA) and Cerescorp Company (Ceres) have signed a 10-year cruise ship services and terminal management agreement for the port's two cruise terminals at Canada Place and Ballantyne Pier, commencing with the 2006 cruise season. Read More »

MSC has no plans to depart Port of Virginia

AJOT | January 22, 2006 | Breakbulk & Projects

Mediterranean Shipping Co. (MSC) has affirmed its long-standing relationship with The Port of Virginia and said last week's published reports of the company leaving Virginia were altogether incorrect. Read More »

Transportation Research Board to hold 85th annual meeting

AJOT | January 15, 2006 | Breakbulk & Projects

The National Academies Transportation Research Board will hold its 85th annual meeting from Jan. 22 to Jan. 26 in Washington, DC. One of the largest forums in the world on transportation research, policy, and practice, the event will include 500 sessions Read More »

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