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ICTSI’s Manzanillo terminal receives new cranes
Contecon Tec II, the ICTSI terminal in Manzanillo, Mexico has taken delivery of two new gantry cranes and five RTGs worth $22.5m.
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Livestock Carrier Ensnared in Legal Battle in South AfricaThe livestock carrier Al Messilah has been delayed at the port of East London, South Africa due to a legal dispute over whether she may load a cargo of South African sheep.
South Carolina To Open First New U.S. Container Terminal in 11 YearsThe South Carolina Ports Authority adopted its fiscal year 2021 budget including significant investments to continue the growth in the ports. Among the projects is the opening of the first new container terminal in the US in 11 years.
Prince Rupert Port Creates Unique Crew R&R OpportunityThe Prince Rupert Port Authority (PRPA) in Canada came up with one of the more creative ways to both show its gratitude to seafarers while also providing crew members some much needed time to relax.
Ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles Set Records for Container MovementThe ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles, California are not only neighbors but they also both continue to demonstrate southern California’s ability to handle the largest containerships in the world.
European Ports Continue to Adopt Shore Power for Marine UseChallenged to meet increasing environmental concerns and address the emissions levels from ships on dock, a growing number of ports are exploring or expanding shore power alternatives.
Saudi Government, DP World Launch First UAE-Saudi-Egypt ServiceThe Saudi Ports Authority (MAWANI),the Saudi Ministry of Transport and global terminal operator DP World are launching the first direct shipping line between Jebel Ali in Dubai, Sokhna Port in Egypt and Jeddah Islamic Port on Saudi Arabia's Red Sea coast.
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