Development of deep water ports in West Africa between Dakar and Pointe Noire is expected to add at least 11.5 million TEUs of capacity by 2020, according to Michel Donner, Senior Advisor at Drewry who spoke at Port Finance International Morocco conference last week.
China Merchants and China Harbour Engineering are to jointly invest almost $400 million for a majority stake in a Sri Lankan port project, in Hambantota.
Prumo Logística today announced that it expects Açu Port, in Brazil, to start “its operations with vessels in the canal at Terminal 2 in the next days.”
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Liebherr today reports that five of its mobile harbour cranes (MHC) started operating this summer in Chile and Guatemala, while a further two were delivered to Peru and others still were ordered by Costa Rican and Brazilian terminals.
Hamburger Hafen und Logistik AG (HHLA) has brought a waste water treatment plant into operation at its Container Terminal Burchardkai (CTB) in Hamburg, which it says has enabled it cut its volume of hazardous waste by more than 50%.