APM Terminals Bahrain,(APMT) the operators of the state-of-the-art Khalifa bin Salman Port, (KBSP), welcomed the largest container vessel
- APL Antwerp Docks at Khalifa bin Salman Port, Bahrain
- Starved Zeebrugge ZIP terminal gets first mainline call in two years
THE Zeebrugge International Port (ZIP) terminal, has secured its first mainline service after being essentially idle for the last two years.
- TOC Container Supply Chain conference in Rotterdam June 25-27
THE 38th annual TOC Container Supply Chain conference will take place in on June 25-27 with a focus on mega ships.
- Carriers still in search of cash
Ocean carriers’ recent container terminal sales implies the need for more cash reserves to see them through a further period of financial drought.
- China Shipping unit buys 24pc of APMT Zeebrugge Terminals operation
APM TERMINALS has announced that it has signed a deal to sell 24 per cent of its APM Terminals Zeebrugge operation to China Shipping Terminal...
- Mombasa's port congestion to be eased by APMT inland container depot
KENYA's Port of Mombasa, the busiest port in East Africa, will benefit from the opening of APM Terminals' (APMT) new container freight station...
- Virginia port privatisation hearing February 4 - APMT, Maher bidding
VIRGINIA Port Authority (VPA) has set a public hearing on February 4 to discuss the possibility of privatisation.
- Construction of Maasvlakte 2 Terminals on Schedule
The construction of Maasvlakte 2 is still on schedule and the first phase is close to completion. After the ‘back door’ was closed on 11 July...
- Drewry report shows leading container terminals hold on to top spots
DREWRY Maritime Research says there is no change in the order and ranking of the world' s top five container terminal operators measured by TEU...
- Rotterdam first half box volume falls 1.6 pc while all cargo rises 3.2pc
THE Port of Rotterdam in the first half of 2012 handled 5.9 million TEU, a decline of 1.6 per cent compared to the same period a year earlier due to...
- Containership carries dead whale on its bulb to Rotterdam port
THE Maersk Norwich was found carrying a dead whale on its bulb when it entered the port of Rotterdam late Wednesday morning.
- APMT to spend US$135 million to raise throughput at Lagos Apapa terminal
MAERSK's Antwerp-based APM Terminals (APMT) plans to invest US$135 million in further raising the container handling capacity of the group's Apapa...
- Global container throughput hit record high in 2010
GLOBAL container volume saw a strong rebound in 2010, marking an estimated 560 million TEU, up an all-time high of 14.5 per cent year on year after...