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Maersk to invest $1.5bn to expand Tema port in Ghana
By LBR Staff Writer
Denmark based transportation and energy company Maersk plans to invest $1.5bn to expand the Tema port in Ghana.
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CHH Lodestar forms cargo collaboration with Ports of Auckland
By LBR Staff Writer
Integrated logistics service provider CHH Lodestar has signed a partnership agreement with Ports of Auckland to set up new facilities for handling and packing its forest products cargo in Auckland, in New Zealand.
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DP World to construct third berth at London Gateway port
By LBR Staff Writer
Dubai based terminal operator DP World has announced plans to construct a third berth at the London Gateway port.
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Greece government to go ahead with Piraeus port privatisation
By LBR Staff Writer
Greece plans to continue with the privatisation of its major port Piraeus, as the new Leftist government tries to pull in funds from international creditors to prevent defaulting on debts.
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India seeks $2bn foreign investment for port expansion
By LBR Staff Writer
India is looking to raise about $2bn funding through foreign investment for expansion of the big ports in the country.
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US proposes $478bn budget to improve transport infrastructure
By LBR Staff Writer
Obama administration in the US has proposed $478bn budget for 2016 to improve the highways, ports, and transit networks in the country.
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Port of Montreal in Canada to get $175m for capacity expansion
By LBR Staff Writer
Port of Montreal will invest $175m to improve the capacity of the port expansion of container capacity in the Viau sector, deepening vessel berths, and improving truck traffic flow in and around the port.
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Gulftainer handles over 400,000 TEUs at Sharjah Container Terminal in 2014
By LBR Staff Writer
UAE based port terminal operator Gulftainer has passed the 400,000 TEUs (Twenty Foot Equivalent Units) mark in annual throughput at Sharjah Container Terminal (SCT) in 2014.
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Federal mediator to push for negotiations between PMA and ILWU
By LBR Staff Writer
US Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service is getting involved to resolve the dispute between International Longshore and Warehouse Union (ILWU) and Pacific Maritime Association (PMA).
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Cargo Services opens new terminal in Newport, Wales
By LBR Staff Writer
UK based firm, Cargo Services has opened a new cargo terminal at it’s BirdPort dock facility, which is on River Usk in Newport, Gwent in south-east Wales.
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LPC purchases site for developing inland cargo hub at Rolleston, New Zealand
By LBR Staff Writer
Lyttelton Port of Christchurch (LPC) in New Zealand has purchased a 27ha site in Jones Rd, Rolleston, for setting up an inland cargo hub.
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FSG to use flexible RoRo cargo access package from MacGregor
By LBR Staff Writer
German shipbuilder Flensburger-Schiffbau-Gesellschaft (FSG) has awarded a contract for a comprehensive RoRo cargo access equipment package to Cargotec's unit, MacGregor.
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South Carolina port reports 13% container volume growth
By LBR Staff Writer
South Carolina Ports Authority in the US has announced year-to-date volumes growth of 13% compared to corresponding period last year.
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Kalmar wins RTG crane order from Gdynia Container Terminal in Poland
By LBR Staff Writer
Kalmar, an unit of Cargotec, has received on order for five zero emission rubber-tyred gantry cranes (RTGs) from Gdynia Container Terminal (GCT) in Poland.
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Port of Gothenburg opens new forest product terminal
By LBR Staff Writer
Port of Gothenburg has opened a new transloading terminal which can facilitate the export of paper, pulp and timber products from the region.
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