Tag: PSA

Automated quay cranes on trial in Singapore

automated quay cranes

PSA International is currently testing automated quay cranes (AQCs) at its Pasir Panjang Terminal in Singapore to enhance efficiency of operations and improve working conditions for crane operators, Channel NewsAsia informs. Instead of sitting in a booth of an STS crane 17 storey high, the operators will be monitoring the work of their cranes remotely […]

BMCT officially opened at JNPT

BMCT

Yesterday, 18 February 2018, PSA’s Bharat Mumbai Container Terminals (BMCT) was officially inaugurated at Jawaharlal Nehru Port by India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who had laid the foundation stone for the terminal back in October 2015. As The Straits Times reports, the official ceremony was conducted remotely from the site of the future Navi Mumbai […]

PSA launches India’s largest container terminal at JNPT

Phase 1 of Bharat Mumbai Container Terminals (BMCT), Indian largest sea port infrastructure project involving the government and foreign investors was commissioned at Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust (JNPT) at the end of December 2017, informs The Times of India. The USD 1.24 bln terminal is being constructed as a public-private partnership with Singapore’s port operator […]

PSA unveils cutting-edge technologies in Singapore

PSA Singapore

PSA Singapore, a fully-owned subsidiary of PSA International which operates the largest container transhipment hub in Singapore, is currently showcasing advanced port technologies at its “Intelligent Port of the Future” Exhibition held from 10-14 January 2018 at Pasir Panjang Terminal Building 3. Divided into three zones, the exhibition begins with a look back at PSA’s […]

Positioning technology for Antwerp MSC PSA

Airobot

Airobot, a Belgium-based innovation company developing new technologies for professional drone operations, has supplied a positioning solution for MSC PSA European Terminal (MPET) in Antwerp, Belgium, informs the company. In 2016 MPET, formerly known as the MSC Home Terminal, moved its operations from the Delwaidedock on the right bank of the river Schelde to the Deurganckdock on the left […]

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