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Ports & Terminals

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One millionth Kia vehicle comes through the Port of Tacoma

AJOT | August 11, 2011 | Ports & Terminals

The one millionth Kia vehicle to come into the United States through the Port of Tacoma – a 2011 Optima Hybrid, still covered in protective wrap – rolled off a ship at the Port’s Blair Terminal on August 11.

“We congratulate Kia Motors on reaching thi Read More »

Logistec moves wind towers through Trois-Rivières

AJOT | August 11, 2011 | Ports & Terminals

Logistec Stevedoring Inc. has succeeded in attracting a new type of cargo to the Port of Trois-Rivières (QC).

Logistec is now working with GE Energy to ship wind towers from the St. Lawrence River port to markets in the U.S. Midwest. Read More »

Port Metro Vancouver posts solid 2011 mid-year numbers

AJOT | August 03, 2011 | Ports & Terminals

Port Metro Vancouver has released its 2011 mid-year results, with stable numbers showing solid performance for Canada's largest and most diverse port. The 2011 mid-year statistics report shows the Port handled 58.7 million tonnes of cargo in the first six Read More »

Port of Long Beach cuts diesel pollution more than 70%


AJOT | August 03, 2011 | Ports & Terminals

The Port of Long Beach’s clean-air efforts are achieving dramatic across-the-board reductions in air pollution, including a 72 percent decline in diesel particulates, according to the latest comprehensive study.

The air quality improvements mark the f Read More »

Hutchison H1 undershoots due to 3G, port charge

AJOT | August 03, 2011 | Ports & Terminals

Li Ka-shing's ports-to-telecoms conglomerate Hutchison Whampoa fell short of forecasts for first half profits, dragged back by its 3G business and a bigger-than-expected charge on a major asset sale.

The company reported a more than sevenfold rise in Read More »

Konecranes expands its footprint in Saudi Arabia

AJOT | August 03, 2011 | Ports & Terminals

In June 2011, Konecranes acquired 100 percent of the Saudi Arabian crane manufacturer Saudi Cranes & Steel Works Factory Company Limited (“Saudi Cranes”). Saudi Cranes is headquartered in Al Jubail Industrial City and the company has approximately 100 emp Read More »

Steel going strong at the Port of Houston

AJOT | August 03, 2011 | Ports & Terminals

In his monthly report at the July 26 Port Commission meeting, Chief Executive Officer Alec G. Dreyer said that steel continued its strong growth in June, but container operations saw a dip from last year's levels during the short summer lull for customers Read More »

Queue of ships loading Brazil sugar shrinks again

AJOT | August 03, 2011 | Ports & Terminals

The number of ships loading sugar at Brazil's ports or preparing to load shortened again to 56 vessels, shipping agency SA Commodities/Unimar said, roughly half the number queuing a year earlier.

The queue of ships has been shrinking steadily after hi Read More »

GAC USA and Wightman Shipping join forces

AJOT | August 03, 2011 | Ports & Terminals

GAC USA has formed an alliance with Wightman Shipping Co. in the United States of America (USA). Operating as GAC-Wightman Shipping, the collaboration offers shipping services across North-eastern and Mid-Atlantic ports in Philadelphia, New York and Balti Read More »

Port of Odense sets a clear course into the future

AJOT | August 03, 2011 | Ports & Terminals

In May 2011, the Port of Odense received delivery of a new Liebherr mobile harbour crane, type LHM 550. With its impressive total height of 74 meter the crane is more than twice as high as the famous Round Tower in Copenhagen. The strong, ultramodern LHM Read More »

Port Botany project handed over to operator

AJOT | August 03, 2011 | Ports & Terminals

One of the most ambitious port expansion projects in Australia’s history is now just months away from completion.

NSW Ports Minister Duncan Gay today handed over the site of Sydney Ports Corporation’s $1 billion Port Botany Expansion project third con Read More »

Panama Canal and GPA renew and strengthen alliance

AJOT | July 27, 2011 | Ports & Terminals

The Panama Canal Authority (ACP) and the Georgia Ports Authority (GPA), which owns and operates the Port of Savannah, renewed their ties today with the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU). The MOU, renewable for five years, was first signed in Read More »

Permanent concrete work begins at Panama Canal expansion

AJOT | July 27, 2011 | Ports & Terminals

In yet another major milestone for the Panama Canal Expansion Program, permanent concrete work for the Atlantic and Pacific new set of locks recently began – marking one of the most important phases of the construction.

Last March, the contractor, Gr Read More »

Gottwald cranes christened for Associated Terminals

AJOT | July 27, 2011 | Ports & Terminals

Associated Terminals is in the midst of another busy year for capital expenditures, taking delivery of two new floating cranes. In a slight departure from recent christenings, the company held two ceremonies on-site, the first at the Port of St. Bernard a Read More »

Sugar delays to ease as Santos port modernizes

AJOT | July 25, 2011 | Ports & Terminals

Delays in sugar loading at Santos are expected to ease as Latin America's No. 1 port modernizes, port and shipping executives said.

Santos, Brazil's leading sugar port, has seen delays in sugar loading stretching to several weeks, before the peak of t Read More »

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