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Premium Article  In a flat cargo market, some bright spots

Peter Buxbaum | November 19, 2009 | Ports & Terminals

West Coast business up for Ports America; company poised to make major investment in Oakland

"Business is flat" is not the kind of news any company wants to report, although in these times it could be a lot worse. Ports America is repo Read More »

Premium Article  Port of Hamburg hit hard by recession but eyes rebound

George Lauriat | November 19, 2009 | International Trade | Ports & Terminals

The downturn in box volumes, especially from Asia, impacted the Port of Hamburg’s third-quarter numbers, but there may be the hint of a rebound.
Unquestionably, the current global recession is the most serious economic crisis of the post war Read More »

Konecranes finalized the acquisition of majority holding in

AJOT | November 11, 2009 | Ports & Terminals

Chinese hoist and crane manufacturer SANMA Konecranes’ acquisition of a majority holding in Jiangsu Three Horses Crane Manufacture Co. Ltd. (SANMA), one of the leading hoist and crane manufacturers in China, has now been finalized. All parties, including Read More »

GPA completes assembly of new rubber-tired gantry cranes

AJOT | November 11, 2009 | Ports & Terminals

The Georgia Ports Authority (GPA) has completed the assembly of 11 new rubber-tired gantry cranes (RTG), in conjunction with its capital improvement plans. The GPA estimates that these new cranes will conserve more than 83,000 gallons of diesel per year. Read More »

Zero-emission ideas move into evaluation stage

AJOT | November 10, 2009 | Ports & Terminals

In search of a concept that could change the future of goods movement, the Port of Long Beach and a panel of independent experts will soon begin a thorough review of ideas offered by seven companies for a zero-emission system to transport cargo containers Read More »

Premium Article  Port industry leaders seek to chart course to recovery

Paul Scott Abbott | November 08, 2009 | Ports & Terminals

Western Hemisphere seaport industry leaders can hope their ports’ rebound from the global financial collapse is comparably swift and successful as the bounce-back from Hurricane Ike of the Port of Galveston, which in late October played host to the 98th a Read More »

Port of Wilmington, NC sets container move record

AJOT | November 08, 2009 | Ports & Terminals

A record of 46.3 crane moves per hour set on the Independent Accord at the Port of Wilmington on October 22 lasted less than a week, when a new record of 46.8 crane moves was set on the Independent Concept on October 29. The Wilmington container team incl Read More »

Massport’s Port Director takes helm of AAPA for second tour

AJOT | November 08, 2009 | Ports & Terminals

The Massachusetts Port Authority (Massport) announced that Port Director Michael A. Leone was named the 2009-2010 Chairman of the Board to the American Association of Port Authorities (AAPA), at the AAPA Annual Convention held in Galveston, Texas. Leone p Read More »

Premium Article  Canadian East Coast ports fighting downturn

Leo Ryan | November 01, 2009 | Ports & Terminals

The global recession has naturally had a negative impact on overall cargo and shipping activity in eastern Canada, including the St. Lawrence River, Great Lakes, and Atlantic Coast regions. But quite optimistic forecasts for the Canadian economy point to Read More »

Premium Article  2009 Canada West Coast Ports

Leo Quigley | November 01, 2009 | Ports & Terminals

The Port of Prince Rupert experienced a 53.7% surge in traffic in the third quarter of 2009, posting a 15.9% increase in cargo tonnage for the nine months ending September 30, compared to the same period in 2008. Throughput at all terminals totaled 9,001, Read More »

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