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 Bengpu
vor 596 Tagen von arnekiel

Huaihe river gets its first box terminal in Bengpu
Shanghai [31/08/12]: Second phase expansion plan of river port Bengbu in eastern China's hinterland province Anhui has passed official examination to become the first harbour on the Huaihe River to have a container terminal, according to Xinhua. The project is estimated to cost RMB278m (US$43.7m) to build, and will cover an area of 27.33 hectares.

vor 596 Tagen von arnekiel

New Estonia-Russia ferry service to be launched in September 2012
A Ro-Ro / passenger ferry is set to start sailing in September on the route linking North Estonian Port of Sillamäe and the Russian Port Ust-Luga, the Baltic Course reports. The ferry will transport trucks and cars and cargo on trailers. The vessel can accommodate 200 passengers. Initially, there will be daily sailings of one ferry but the service operator will deploy one more ship on the route if trade flow increases, departing simultaneously from Sillamäe and Ust-Luga port.

vor 596 Tagen von arnekiel

Work to remove MV Miner grounded off Cape Breton to begin within week
Tue, 4 Sep 2012 HALIFAX - The company in charge of dismantling a ship that ran aground off Cape Breton a year ago says it expects to begin salvaging the vessel within the next week. Abe Shah, a senior partner with the Bennington Group, says the New York-based company has submitted a revised plan to the province for the removal of the MV Miner from Scatarie Island. Shah says the 230-metre bulk carrier will be cut into bigger pieces than originally planned in order to expedite its removal during the Atlantic hurricane season, and work should begin within the next five to six days. He says two heavy industrial steel cutters will be used and the work will be conducted during daylight hours seven days a week, weather permitting. Shah says it should take about 30 days to remove the vessel if all goes well. Last week, the provincial government extended the company's permit until Dec. 1 to remove the derelict ship, which ran aground on Sept. 20, 2011, while being towed to a scrapyard in Turkey. www.mysask.com/po...

vor 598 Tagen von arnekiel

Abu Dhabi Opens New Khalifa Container Port
MSC Bari was docked as first ship at the new container terminal in Khalifa Port during its opening in Taweelah, Abu Dhabi, on Saturday, September 1, 2012. Abu Dhabi launched operations at a multi-billion dollar port facility, seeking to diversify its oil-based economy with a project that could intensify competition for the region's shipping traffic with neighboring emirate Dubai. Abu Dhabi Ports Co said Khalifa Port, built on a manmade island, and its adjacent Khalifa Industrial Zone would together be two-thirds the size of Singapore when fully built.

vor 600 Tagen von arnekiel

Port Authority of New Orleans says river traffic resumes, terminals working
Traffic returned to the Mississippi River on August 31, 2012 and both break-bulk and container operations resumed at Port of New Orleans terminals. In addition, the 2,052-passenger Carnival Elation arrived at the Erato Street Cruise Terminal about 2 p.m. and disembarkations and embarkations for the Cruise ship's revised three-day "Fun Cruise @ Sea" went smoothly. Mediterranean Shipping Company's 778-foot MSC Nederland was the first cargo vessel to leave Port today after she sought safe harbor at the Napoleon Avenue Container Terminal during Hurricane Isaac. Port terminals will be bustling for the next few days as terminal operators handle a backlog of vessels. A total of 23 ships are scheduled to call on Port docks by Tuesday. Included are 12 container vessels, nine break-bulk cargo vessels, and two cruise ships. www.fox8live.com/...

vor 600 Tagen von arnekiel

Mississippi River reopens though some vessel traffic limited
The Mississippi River reopened Friday, August 31, 2012 to shipping from Baton Rouge to its mouth after being closed four days earlier as Hurricane Isaac approached. The Coast Guard was limiting some traffic as a backlog of vessels including a cruise ship waited to enter the river about 90 miles southeast of New Orleans. The 2,052-passenger Carnival Elation arrived at the port Friday afternoon. Barges had been stranded on the river bank in places because of Isaac's storm surge, which plowed up the river and effectively caused the Mississippi to flow backward until winds shifted to the north and pushed water back into the Gulf of Mexico, authorities said. Port terminals will be bustling for the next few days as terminal operators handle a backlog of vessels, said Gary LaGrange, president and CEO of the Port of New Orleans. A total of 23 ships are scheduled to call on port docks by Tuesday. Included are 12 container vessels, nine break-bulk cargo vessels, and two cruise ships, he said.

vor 601 Tagen von arnekiel

More than 200 vessels used in illegal oil bunkering arrested in last 9 months
No fewer than 200 vessels allegedly used in illegal oil bunkering have been arrested in the last nine months by the Nigerian Navy in the Niger Delta region. Ogunjimi stated that since the arrival of NNS Thunder nine months ago, the vessel had arrested over 200 vessels suspected to have been involved in illegal oil bunkering in the region. sunnewsonline.com...

 Vanino
vor 601 Tagen von arnekiel

Typhoon Bolaven disrupts Sakhalin-mainland ferry traffic
JSC Sakhalin Shipping Company (SASCO) has suspended ferry traffic between Sakhalin and the mainland due to the storm in the Tatar Strait, caused by Typhoon Bolaven, a spokesperson for SASCO told RIA Novosti. "Currently, all the ferries are on the side Vanino (Khabarovsk Territory). The decision to resume traffic on the line Vanino-Kholmsk will be taken depending on the weather conditions," said the source. Storm warnings have been declared in northern Sakhalin because of the approaching typhoon.

vor 601 Tagen von arnekiel

Gulfport To Reopen Friday, August 31, 2012 after downgrade of Hurricane Isaac
The Gulf ports of New Orleans, Mobile and Gulfport remained closed Thursday morning in the wake of Hurricane Isaac as port executives waited to assess port and ocean conditions before reopening, JOC reports. Although Isaac was downgraded to a tropical storm, the ports were awaiting a survey of port conditions by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the Coast Guard to decide whether they would be able to reopen Friday. “We’re waiting for the corps and Coast Guard to start surveying,” said Judith Adams, a spokesperson for the Port of Mobile. “Right now, we’re hoping to have the port open by Friday.” She said the captain of the port is doing inner-harbor moves, but that the port remained closed to all inbound and outbound traffic. More to read at www.joc.com/ports...

 Mobile
vor 601 Tagen von arnekiel

Port of Mobile To Reopen Friday, August 31, 2012
The Gulf ports of New Orleans, Mobile and Gulfport remained closed Thursday morning in the wake of Hurricane Isaac as port executives waited to assess port and ocean conditions before reopening, JOC reports. Although Isaac was downgraded to a tropical storm, the ports were awaiting a survey of port conditions by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the Coast Guard to decide whether they would be able to reopen Friday. “We’re waiting for the corps and Coast Guard to start surveying,” said Judith Adams, a spokesperson for the Port of Mobile. “Right now, we’re hoping to have the port open by Friday.” She said the captain of the port is doing inner-harbor moves, but that the port remained closed to all inbound and outbound traffic. More to read at www.joc.com/ports...


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