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Kenyan election calm prompt
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DESPITE a 7.5 per cent decline in first quarter, Kenya's GDP has been six per cent this year after a peaceful election, Reuters reports.
Abu Dhabi's local economy
ABU DHABI's Khalifa Container Terminal, which opened last September now stands to transform the local economy, according to the port operator, forwarding giant Agility and an engineering professor interviewed by Dubai's Khaleej Times.
GEORGIA Ports Authority's (GPA) Garden City Terminal at the Port of Savannah has received four new super-post-Panamax ship-to-shore cranes.
Second fastest-growing one
SOUTHEASTERN port of Xiamen - opposite Taiwan - recorded a 17.3 per cent per cent increase in container throughput to 2.42 million TEU during the first four months of the year, making it the second fastest growing in China after Dalian.
New terminal doubles capacity
PORT of Felixstowe, the largest container port in the UK, has opened its the North Rail Terminal, which doubles its rail capacity.
Terminal Liverpool2 Launched
Over 300 industry guests gathered at the Port of Liverpool recently (Thursday, June 6th) to toast the launch of Peel Ports landmark deep water container terminal Liverpool2.
Speed Limit in Hamburg Port
In future, commercial shipping will have to observe a speed limit of 10 knots in the port of Hamburg. The speed limit is to help reduce erosions on the river embankment caused by waves generated by ships.
Rotterdam opens first phase
ROTTERDAM has officially opened the first phase of Europe's largest container terminal hub, Maasvlakte 2, which is expected to unleash a fierce battle for cargo across the Le Havre-Hamburg port range at a time of sluggish traffic growth.
Where to locate terminal
A DISPUTE lingers over the best location of an intermodal terminal in New South Wales with the federal government backing Sydney's Botany Bay while an expert campaigner fights on for Newcastle, 120 kilometres to the north.
Electric plug-ins by January
SHORE power is to be available to ships at all international terminals of California ports by the end of 2013 with Long Beach and Los Angeles offering "cold ironing" at 13 terminals in total.
PT Pelindo quarterly volume up
THE Indonesian port operator, PT Pelindo I, has posted a 18.2 per cent increase in first quarter volume to 378,308 TEU across its 13 ports, reported the Jakarta Post.
April volume up 3.9pc
CHINA'S largest port operator, Shanghai International Port Group (SIPG), posted a 3.9 per cent year-on-year increase in April container volume to 2.83 million TEU with overall tonnage rising 6.2 per cent to 45.66 million tonnes, reports Xinhua.
Hamburg box volumes falls
THE Port of Hamburg maintained its container traffic volumes in the first three months of the year at 2.2 million TEU on par with same period in 2012, over half were attributed to Asian trade at 1.2 million TEU.
Long Beach container volume up
THE Port of Long Beach has posted a 12.5 per cent year-on-year container volume growth in April to 519,464 TEU.
UAE in port building spree
THE world's centre of economic gravity is shifting from west to east and the Abu Dhabi Port Company's (ADPC) ambitious AED26.5 billion (US$7.2 billion) port development aims to make the UAE a global maritime hub, reports the UAE's Gulf Business News.
United Nations dry port
THE eastern Yiwu city in Zhejiang province has been listed as an international dry port during the 69th session of the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP), reports Xinhua.
LA 640,330 TEU in April
THE Port of Los Angeles April cargo volumes declined 9.5 per cent to 640,330 TEU compared to 707,182 TEU in the same month last year.
Hong Kong falls 12.2pc in April
FIGURES from the Hong Kong Marine Department show the port handled 1.7 million TEU in April, representing a year-on-year decline of 12.2 per cent from two million TEU in April last year.
MacGregor to Deliver to HHI
Cargotecs MacGregor has received EUR 22 million order to deliver a 900-tonne active heave-compensated (AHC) MacGregor subsea crane to the South Korean shipyard, Hyundai Heavy Industries Co Ltd.
Savannah to receive 4 cranes
THE Georgia Ports Authority's (GPA) Port of Savannah will shortly take delivery of four super postpanamax ship-to-shore quay cranes from Konecranes.
CMA CGM's 16,000 TEUer
CMA CGM's 16,000 TEUer Jules Verne makes its maiden call at Hongkong International Terminals (HIT), loading and unloading more than 700 containers.
Extension on two quay cranes
Breaks Its Own Records
Mumbai suffers 81pc decline
Siport21 Presents Four Projects
Volume increases 24.5pc
To be finished next year
Port of Melbourne Expands
With Labour Department
Construction on schedule
Announced in EU Official Journal
10.5pc over budget in 1st quarter
Hefei quarterly box volume up
Shadegan Port Completed
To build 20 million-TEU port
Million dollar prize announced
Design at marine terminals
Agreement to boost Bohai Rim
Hit by Chinese New Year
Singapore cuts port dues
Capt. Tuncay Çehreli*
Jose Maura Barandiaran
Enhancing maritime safety and security
Shipyard can not be closed because of accident
The International Regime on Liability
Jose Maura Barandiaran
Seaman love depth horizons
VTS AND MORE
Capt. Tuncay Çehreli*
Service to force up rates
RATES have been in free-fall since January in the Asia-Europe trade and Drewry Maritime Research now suspects carriers to first turn even slower steaming and then cut back on service reliability to force up rates.
New Hydroplane Route
According to Melih Gökçek, metropolitan municipality mayor of Ankara, there will be a new flight route between Turkeys Metropol Istanbuls Golden Horn and Turkeys Capital Ankaras Golbasi.
New investors needed to help
THE collapse of the German KG ship financing system leaves a hole in the small box ship market, which needs to be filled, particularly as smaller vessels need to be more fuel efficient and eco-friendly, says Drewry Maritime Research.
Sefine Shipyard is Growing
Pirates' spokesman claimed
LNG carrier heads back to sea
Ship Owner Award: Geden Line
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