Ports & Terminals

How green is your port?
With the European Green Deal, the European Commission aims to become the first climate neutral continent by 2050. The Port of Rotterdam supports this ambition and is working towards a zero emission port in 2050.
Catastrophic vessel abandonment
It appears that the source of the explosions in Beirut, Lebanon was a shipment of ammonium nitrate which was abandoned at the port 6 years ago.
Investments for more than 265 million Euro
The Corona crisis is now facilitating the launch of new construction projects in the Port of Aarhus.
New ferry terminal with shore power
The Molslinjen ferries call at the Port of Aarhus about 3800 times each year. Come fall, shore power will be available to the ferries from the new Østhavnen ferry terminal.
Ports of Antwerp and Zeebrugge initiate merger negotiations
The port authorities of Antwerp and Zeebrugge – two of Flanders’ four seaports – have given the green light to start negotiations for a possible (phased) merger.
Port clean energy projects help establish a greener waterfront
The Port of Seattle was the first home port in North America to offer shore power at two Seattle cruise berths and they haven’t stopped there. The Port is working on a plan that will bring shore power to major facilities on the working waterfront.
Port Of Cork doubles its customs facilities in preparation for No-Deal Brexit
The Port is in close coordination with the Irish government and European Union to ensure the fluidity of trade.
A.P. Møller - Mærsk A/S to accelerate growth in Logistics & Services through further integration
APM Terminals Inland Services will be integrated into Maersk Logistics & Services from 1 August 2019, providing customers with seamless access to a wider range of logistics & services offerings.
Exciting perspectives in the North Sea
If in Denmark we succeed in seizing the opportunity, the wind hub of the North Sea may prove to be the green equivalent of the Norwegian oil adventure. The potential is enormous.
Port of Seattle is looking for a partner for a new cruise terminal project
The Port of Seattle has issued an RFQ to secure a partner that will develop and operate a new, single berth cruise facility at Terminal 46.
Unmanned stradle carriers pilot project at the port of Los Angeles
APM Terminals is planning to use unmanned straddle carriers at Los Angeles, a pilot project on a 100-acre parcel at its Pier 400 terminal.
Panama Canal welcomes 5.000th Neopanamax transits
Dec. 10th, the Panama Canal welcomed its 5,000th Neopanamax vessel through the waterway, reaffirming the value and impact the route has had on global maritime trade.
Early completion expected for Horns Rev 3
Although the official announcement mentions 2020, Horns Rev 3 is expected to be complete as early as in May 2019. The 'halfway cake' has already been eaten to celebrate that half the turbines have been erected.
Virgin Voyages reveals plans for Miami terminal
The new Virgin Voyages Terminal will be located on the northwest side of the port in Miami, giving it incredible views of the city’s skyline.
Rolls-Royce, Associated British Ports and Svitzer to develop next generation port technologies
Rolls-Royce has signed an agreement with Associated British Ports (ABP), the UK’s leading port operator, and global towage operator Svitzer, to develop the next generation of technologies which will keep Britain trading.
2018 set to be “transformative year” for port development, says Ince & Co
Leading international law firm Ince & Co has advised port operators to expect a year of transformation in 2018.
APM Terminals celebrates 10 years in Morocco
APM Terminals Tangier celebrates 10 years in Morocco with the Munich Maersk, the largest ship calling an African port.
Speaking in Parliament today, the Canadian High Commissioner called on the UK to stand with Canada in promoting free trade on the international stage.
EQT Infrastructure to Acquire Majority Interest in Global Gateway
EQT Infrastructure to Acquire Majority Interest in Global Gateway South Terminal in Port of Los Angeles
Maiden voyage and unique shipment
Arrival of the Xin Guang Hua with FPSO Western Isles on board Confirm the ‘Expected Time of Arrival’ announcement on Thursday, 13 April, a unique shipment from Cosco Shipping Heavy Transport will arrive in the Port of Rotterdam.
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