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2014 Media Kit

Ports & Terminals

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Corps funding advances Charleston harbor project

AJOT | February 22, 2012 | Ports & Terminals

Charleston's already-underway harbor deepening project got another boost today with the release of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' Work Plan for the remainder of Fiscal Year 2012. In it the Corps included $2.5 million for the continued work on the Charl Read More »

Impact of downed Brazil grains loader looms

AJOT | February 22, 2012 | Ports & Terminals

The risk of bottlenecks for soy and corn exports from Brazil, one of the world's top suppliers of the commodities, is growing each day the country's main grain terminal at Santos Port is shut down due to a collision with a ship. Read More »

Mozambique to start work on Nacala coal terminal

AJOT | February 22, 2012 | Ports & Terminals

Mozambique expects construction of a coal terminal to start in the next few months at the northern port of Nacala, with the aim of having it operational in two to three years, Prime Minister Aires Aly said in Tokyo. Read More »

Port of Rotterdam more accessible

AJOT | February 22, 2012 | Ports & Terminals

The Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment is expanding the Maasgeul to prevent waiting times for ships entering the port of Rotterdam. This navigation channel to the North Sea is the access route for sea-going ships that have a draft of more than Read More »

SUEK buys 24.9% of Murmansk port

AJOT | February 22, 2012 | Ports & Terminals

SUEK, Russia's largest steam coal miner, has bought a 24.9 percent of voting shares in the country's biggest Arctic port Murmansk, SUEK said on its Russian website. Read More »

The Port of Vancouver USA catches the drift

AJOT | February 22, 2012 | Ports & Terminals

The Port of Vancouver USA began handling wind energy cargo imports in 2001 when a vessel carrying 40 windmills arrived at the port. The windmills were manufactured by Vestas Group of Denmark and were destined for a wind farm west of Walla Walla, Washing Read More »

Dock worker strike exposes fragile Brazil ports

AJOT | February 21, 2012 | Ports & Terminals

Dock workers shut down the movement of global commodities through Brazilian ports early on February 22nd during a six-hour strike to protest the government's plan to overhaul regulations and put more than 150 terminals in the hands of the private sector. Read More »

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