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Rio 2017

21 – 22 June 2017,
Rio de Janeiro

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GHANA PORTS & HARBOURS AUTHORITY
OUTCOME OF REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST
PROCUREMENT OF DRY BULK TERMINAL OPERATOR, PORT OF TAKORADI

Matadi Gateway Terminal (MGT), the new container and general cargo terminal on the Congo River, DR Congo, has received the first of two new mobile cranes scheduled to go into service at the terminal.

Fitch Ratings upgraded DP World's Long-Term Issuer Rating to BBB from BBB-

World's largest leisure travel company signs five-year addendum to extend original agreement and further its long-term commitment to the Fort Lauderdale-based port, one of the top three cruise ports in the world

Three additional container gantry cranes for Hamburger Hafen und Logistik AG’s (HHLA) Container Terminal Burchardkai (CTB) have arrived in Hamburg on 14 August at 9 p.m.. They can handle the latest generation of mega-ships. This means that HHLA now has a total of eight of these gantry cranes at the CTB. As soon as the three new gantry cranes have gone into operation, CTB will be able to handle ships with a capacity of 20,000 standard containers (TEU) and more at two berths.

MGT Teesside Limited today announces the conclusion of financing arrangements for the Tees Renewable Energy Plant (Tees REP or “the project”), a 299 MWe biomass fuelled combined heat and power project located on land within the Teesport Estate near Middlesbrough in North East England.

YILPORT HOLDING SECURES 50-YEAR CONCESSION FOR ECUADOR’S PUERTO BOLÍVAR AND COMMITS TO INVEST USD 750 MILLION IN THE PORT

HHLA: Half-year Financial Report January to June 2016
Pleasing Earnings of the Transport Companies Compensate for the Modest Development in the Container Segment

London, UK, 1 August 2016 – Softening demand growth coupled with larger liner shipping alliances and bigger ships is moving the container ports industry towards a value sector from growth sector, albeit still highly profitable, according to the Global Container Terminal Operators Annual Review and Forecast 2016 report published by global shipping consultancy Drewry.

2015 was a very good year for the Port of Cork and subsidiaries. The combined traffic amounted to 11.02 million tonnes compared to 10.15 million tonnes in 2015 which represented an increase of 871,713 million tonnes or 8.6%. Container traffic at the Tivoli Container Terminal increased by a further 8% following a 13% increase in 2014, oil traffic increased by 21%, trade car imports increased by 48% and 56 cruise liners with a gross tonnage of 4 million tonnes, brought a record 144,000 passengers and crew to the region in 2015.

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