Tincan Terminal, the busiest container terminal in Lagos (Nigeria), has received five new rubber-tyred gantry (RTG) cranes.
Djibouti has rescinded DP World’s concession at the Doraleh Container Terminal over allegations of corruption, which the Dubai-based port operator rejects.
Portus Indico, the majority shareholder of the Maputo Port Development Company (MPDC), has acquired the Mozambique Cabotage Terminal (TCM).
London Gateway, the deep-water container port which DP World opened on the banks of the river Thames last November, has announced that it has secured a West Africa service operated by Hapag-Lloyd and MOL.
Port Finance International Morocco 2014 will be held in Casablanca in September under the auspices of Morocco’s Ministry of Equipment, Transport and Logistics.
Dutch company RMR Shipping has chosen London Thamesport, on the Isle of Grain (Kent), to handle the UK call of its Ro-Ro service linking North West Europe to West Africa.
Dutch consultancy MTBS today reports that it has won a contract with the African Development Bank (AfDB) to identify PPP port projects in Africa and prepare proposals for financing.
Sogester, the APM Terminals joint venture which operates a container terminal in Luanda, has been awarded a second concession in Angola, to operate the southern port of Namibe.
DP World is investing in ship-to-shore cranes and rubber-tyred gantry cranes at its container terminal in the port of Algiers.