Network Cruise Baltic has announced at Seatrade Europe that Fredericia in Denmark is the latest port to join the network, bringing its total cruise partners to 28. Located in the centre of Denmark, close to the Great Belt deep water channel, Fredericia’s cruise port – with a 350 m dedicated cruise pier and 12 m of water depth – is within walking distance to the city centre.
Not only do the new red Rail Mounted Gantry Cranes redefine the landscape from the E4 and the view out the window as you land in Arlanda, but they represent a game changer in the Nordic network. Stockholm Nord in Rosersberg is positioned to provide new connections for Swedish imports and exports.
The Port of Felixstowe is creating an environmental corridor as part of the Go Green campaign launched by Hutchison Port Holdings (HPH) and a number of other global port operators.
German port equipment manufacturer Sennebogen has launched a new port material handler product with the delivery of its Sennebogen 875 Mobile to the Port of Tilbury, London's largest port.
Turkish port operator Global Ports Holding (GPH) has signed a deal to purchase a 30.79% stake in Maltese terminal operator Valletta Cruise Port (VCP).
Belgian shipping firm Euronav has announced that it has secured a $750 million credit facility to help finance the construction of four new build Very Large Crude Carrier (VLCC) vessels and refinance 21 existing vessels.
Following the approval of loan terms from European lenders to prop up the Greek economy, the country’s government has announced deadlines to receive investment bids as part of national privatisation plans for its two largest ports.
The Port of Shanghai continues to hold the title of the busiest container port in the world, according to the latest rankings from the Journal of Commerce (JOC).
UK port operator Forth Ports Limited has announced plans for a 'six-figure'' investment to upgrade electric infrastructure at the Port of Grangemouth and allow expansion of refrigerated container (reefer) traffic via Scotland’s largest container terminal.
Global port operator APM Terminals has announced its acquisition of the largest reefer terminal in the Mediterranean after purchasing the Vado Ligure Reefer Terminal in Italy from GF Group .