PORTSSOLUTIONS delivers biggest mobile crane to Sevilla

Estibadora Sevillana

The international port equipment trading company PORTSSOLUTIONS has delivered a second-hand harbor mobile crane Liebherr LHM 550 to the Spanish port of Sevilla. This crane comes from Malabo (Guinee Equatorial) and will be employed by the stevedoring company Estibadora Sevillana that handles general cargo as well as dry bulk, liquid bulk and project cargo. Carlos […]

Malaga lures Hapag-Lloyd with a new rail service

Noatum Terminal Malaga

Noatum Terminal Malaga has launched a rail service for import/export containers between Madrid and the port of Malaga, Spain. The new service was initiated following the decision of Noatum Terminals, the terminals operating division of Noatum Maritime, to engage in local container traffic, informs the company’s press service. Having invested in additional equipment to handle […]

Noatum expands in Valencia with EUR 26.5 mln investment

Noatum Valencia

Following the recently announced extension of Noatum’s container terminal concession in Valencia, there comes the news of the company’s intention to invest EUR 26.5 mln into the terminal’s expansion, writes the Spanish daily Las Provincias. In late July, the Port Authority of Valencia (APV, La Autoridad Portuaria de Valencia) announced in the State’s Official Bulletin […]

Smart port of Antwerp: using automatic sounding boat for safe shipping

automatic sounding boat

The Antwerp Port Authority is currently testing a fully autonomous sounding boat to carry out measurements of the water depth within the port. The vessel, named the Echodrone, was developed by Port of Antwerp in partnership with the Brugge-based maritime technology company dotOcean. This is one of the many initiatives underaken by the Antwerp Port […]

ABP joins forces with Rolls Royce and Svitzer to develop new port technologies

Associated British Ports

Associated British Ports, the UK’s leading port operator, has announced that it partners with Rolls Royce and Svitzer, a leading provider of harbour and terminal towage, to develop the next generation of port technologies. A tri-party Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), was initiated by Mike McCartain, ABP’s Director of Marine & Compliance, and signed during a […]

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