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Jamaica looks to invest $5bn on logistics infrastructure development
By LBR Staff Writer
Jamaica is set to sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) worth $5bn with an overseas investor group which is expected to strengthen the logistics infrastructure in the country.
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Kalmar to supply port automation equipment to DP World London Gateway
By LBR Staff Writer
Finland based Cargotec's subsidiary Kalmar has won a repeat automation contract from DP World London Gateway for supplying 20 automatic stacking cranes.
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APM Terminals to start construction on $1bn Moin container terminal project in Costa Rica
By LBR Staff Writer
Netherlands based APM Terminals is set to break ground on the $1bn Moín container terminal project in Costa Rica.
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US awards contract to expand Port of Savannah
By LBR Staff Writer
US government has awarded a $134.5m contract to Great Lakes Dredge and Dock Company for harbour expansion at the Port of Savannah in Georgia.
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SAP partners with T-Systems to develop cloud based logistics networking solution
SAP has collaborated with Deutsche Telekom's subsidiary T-Systems to develop a connected logistics platform that can process data volumes from Internet of Things (IoT) deployments.
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Port of Los Angeles and Port of Long Beach get approval for co-operative efforts to address congestion
US Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) has approved a co-operative working agreement between the Port of Los Angeles and Port of Long Beach to resolve the congestion issues caused by the contract feud at West Coast Ports.
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Fiera Axium led group looks to acquire Montreal Port Terminal from Morgan Stanley
By LBR Staff Writer
Montreal Gateway Terminals Partnership is close to being sold to a group led by Fiera Axium Infrastructure Canada for around C$650m ($520m).
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West Coast Ports return to normalcy after labour deal
By LBR Staff Writer
US West Coast ports resumed normal operations from 21 February after the contract feud between the dockworkers and employers ended.
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CMA CGM inaugurates container terminal in Douala, Cameroon
By LBR Staff Writer
French transportation company CMA CGM has inaugurated the 3CTC Terminal as its new African logistics platform in Douala, Cameroon.
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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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