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Shanghai port strike dwindles, gripes remain

AJOT | April 24, 2011 | Ports & Terminals

Truck drivers returned to work after Shanghai took steps to a defuse a strike at China's busiest container port, leaving some drivers demanding more and setting an example of militancy that may embolden other restive workers. The strike, which began last Read More »

Viterra to run Montreal port grain terminal

AJOT | April 24, 2011 | Ports & Terminals

Viterra Inc , Canada's largest grain handler, said that it has reached an agreement to lease and operate Montreal Port Authority's grain terminal.

The terminal operates year-round and has storage capacity of 262,000 tons, with direct access to rail ne Read More »

Millionth Rotterdam container marked with donation to Japan

AJOT | April 24, 2011 | Ports & Terminals

In the month of March, the Port of Rotterdam was the first port in Europe to handle 1 million containers (TEU – standard sized 20-foot containers) in a month. The record was reached in the evening of the last day of March on the Ital Oriente. In total, 47 Read More »

Monthly tonnage highest in 11 years at Port of Galveston

AJOT | April 24, 2011 | Ports & Terminals

The Port of Galveston reported that it has reached the highest recorded monthly tonnage figure since 1999. This past month the Port of Galveston handled 974,765 short tons.

A breakdown of the commodity report shows that over 611,000 tons of grain move Read More »

ICTSI completes transaction, takes over Croatian terminal

AJOT | April 24, 2011 | Ports & Terminals

The flag of Adriatic Gate Container Terminal (AGCT) has been raised symbolizing the completion of the transaction between Luka Rijeka. d.d. and International Container Terminal Services. Inc. (ICTSI) and ICTSI’s formal takeover of AGCT operations. Read More »

APM Terminals buys 80% share of Georgian port

AJOT | April 24, 2011 | Ports & Terminals

APM Terminals, a unit of Denmark's A.P. Moller-Maersk, said it had bought an 80 percent share in the Georgian Black Sea port of Poti from the United Arab Emirates' (UAE) RAKIA.

It also said it planned to invest $100 over five years in the port develop Read More »

Charleston container volume up 12%

AJOT | April 24, 2011 | Ports & Terminals

Container shipping volume through the Port of Charleston increased nearly 12 percent in the first three quarters of the fiscal year, and the state’s breakbulk tonnage increased 48 percent, even as the pace of volume gains has slowed.

In the July to Ma Read More »

Higher container volumes sets port record

AJOT | April 19, 2011 | Ports & Terminals

Surging container volumes at the Port of New Orleans so far in 2011 resulted in a record month for the cranes used to move the 20- and 40-foot boxes from ship to shore.

The Port’s container gantry cranes, rented by terminal operators to load and unloa Read More »

Cordero confirmed to be newest FMC member

AJOT | April 19, 2011 | Ports & Terminals

Long Beach Harbor Commissioner Mario Cordero has been confirmed by the U.S. Senate as the newest member of the Federal Maritime Commission, an agency responsible for regulating the nation’s international ocean transportation. Read More »

Full revival of Ivorian cocoa exports to take weeks

AJOT | April 19, 2011 | Ports & Terminals

Ivory Coast cocoa exports will reach normal volumes no sooner than the end of April as authorities iron out new tax and customs procedures, banks reopen, and security improves, shippers said.

The world's top grower of cocoa is slowly recovering from a Read More »

DP World to sell stake in P&O Trans Australia

AJOT | April 19, 2011 | Ports & Terminals

DP World agreed to sell its remaining stake in container services firm P&O Trans Australia (POTA) for A$106 million, the port operator's second sale in Australia in the last five months.

DP World will sell the stake to Qube Logistics , the two compani Read More »

Ships trickle back to Japan’s quake-damaged ports

AJOT | April 19, 2011 | Ports & Terminals

Ships are starting to flow back to Japan's quake-damaged ports, the country's transport ministry said on Tuesday, despite the lingering nuclear crisis.

An average of 15 vessels per day was docking at 14 major ports in Japan's northeast as operations r Read More »

Foggy February doesn’t stoop steel from increasing

AJOT | April 14, 2011 | Ports & Terminals

Despite significant fog-related impacts throughout the port during February, steel had an excellent month, CEO Alec G. Dreyer reported at the April 5 Port Commission meeting. Port activities were delayed for 11 consecutive days due to unusually heavy fog. Read More »

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