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 Foshan
vor 498 Tagen von arnekiel

Foshan Sanshui Port Development taken over by Keppel
Keppel Telecommunications & Transportation announced that its subsidiary Keppel Logistics (Foshan) had entered into a conditional share purchase agreement with Guangdong Sanshui Development Investment Holding to purchase 60% of the shareholding interest in Foshan Sanshui Port Development Co for RMB165.73m. Sanshui Port Development Co is engaged in port development and operations of a port in Sanshui District in Foshan. Sanshui Investment Co had put 60% interest in Sanshui Port Development Co for sale through an open tender process and Keppel Logistics Foshan won the tender. Upon the completion of the Acquisition, Sanshui Port Development Co will be a subsidiary of Keppel Logistics (Foshan). [Sino ShipNews 15/07/13]

vor 500 Tagen von linervision

Pasir Gudang will soon be served by new Wan Hai service
Wan Hai Lines is about to boost its Straits – Japan ‘New Super 3′ service (#905) with the addition of four ports and the deployment of an additional vessel to maintain to weekly frequency of the service, despite the extended turnaround time. Sailing from Tokyo on 23 July, the 2,646 teu WAN HAI 313 will make inaugural calls at Osaka on 27 July, Keelung on 30 July, Pasir Gudang on 8 August and Singapore on 11 August. read full story at: linervision.wordp...

 Darwin
vor 500 Tagen von arnekiel

The world’s first floating LNG plant off West Australian coast is taking shape
Shell said the development of the world’s first ever floating LNG project is taking shape, with the company confident production will begin in 2016. Shell is behind the $12 billion Prelude project off the West Australian coast. Once constructed it will be the largest floating structure ever built and will be permanently moored about 200km from the coast during its 25 years of production. Prelude is expected to produce 3.6 million tonnes per annum of LNG, as well as volumes of condensate and liquefied petroleum gas. www.logisticsmaga...

vor 500 Tagen von arnekiel

Dutch LNG Hub Eyes Expansion with Third Jetty
The owners of the Dutch liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal in Rotterdam are studying the possibility of opening a third jetty to accommodate small LNG ships after a surge in interest in using the fuel for transport, a spokesman said on Friday, July 12, 2013. The Dutch Gate terminal is one of a handful of shipping hubs worldwide which are testing the demand for infrastructure needed to transport LNG that can be used to fuel ships and trucks. Experts estimate that as much as 30 percent of new vessels will be fuelled by LNG by 2020 and that its share of global bunker fuel demand could rise to 8 percent by 2025. See more at www.maritime-exec...

vor 500 Tagen von arnekiel

Ports of Auckland Completes Terminal Deepening Project
The Terminal Deepening Project has been completed early July 2013 after 2 years of work. As a result, the terminal can now serve two large ships simultaneously.The maximum vessel draught at the lowest of low tides at the northern berth has been increased from 11.7 meters (38.4 feet) to 42.7 feet; the maximum vessel draught at the lowest of low tides for the inner berth is 41.0 feet."The deepening of the northern berth ensures we can continue to accommodate our customers evolving requirements, which include a move to larger vessels," said Tony Gibson, chief executive of the New Zealand port, in a written statement. - See more at: www.malaysiasun.c...

 Bremen
vor 501 Tagen von arnekiel

Court returns Weser deepening to limbo
A Scheme to deepen the River Weser suffered a serious reversal on July 11. The German federal administrative court in Leipzig referred the Weser plan to the European Court.

vor 501 Tagen von arnekiel

La Goulette Cruise Terminal gets a makeover
The interior of La Goulette Cruise Terminal has been given a makeover ahead of the upcoming peak season. In addition to the freshly painted Village and shore excursion terminal, new signage has be added. 230,784 passengers visited La Goulette in the first six months of 2013. For the second half of the year 130 ships are due to call bringing about 300,000 passengers. Regular callers include MSC Splendida, MSC Preziosa, AIDAblu, Sovereign and amongst new arrivals Norwegian Jade, Silver Wind, Saga Sapphire, Artania, Island Sky and Black Watch.

vor 501 Tagen von arnekiel

Qingdao Port violates environmental regulations
The Ministry of Environmental Protection announced on July 11 that the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) report of Qingdao Port’s Huangdao oil terminal project will not be approved by the ministry as the port is not developing an 80,000 dwt oil terminal as applied for, but a 250,000 dwt one. “That means it is an illegal project,” Xia Qing, Vice President of Chinese Research Academy of Environmental Sciences said to local media. “Even if it applies again, the ministry still won’t approval it, as the change of the project needs the approval from NDRC,” he added. Qingdao Port is currently under a major development, however, its major projects have been constantly given the red light by the Ministry of Environmental Protection.

vor 501 Tagen von arnekiel

24-hour strike announced for July 17th
The Australian Institute of Marine and Power Engineers (AIMPE) has advised that they intend to stage a 24-hour stoppage from noon next Wednesday (17 July) at the ports of Brisbane, Newcastle, Botany and Melbourne. This is part of a dispute with towage provider Svitzer. Efforts are continuing the find ways to resolve the dispute and avoid industrial action.

 Sydney
vor 501 Tagen von arnekiel

24-hour strike announced for July 17th
The Australian Institute of Marine and Power Engineers (AIMPE) has advised that they intend to stage a 24-hour stoppage from noon next Wednesday (17 July) at the ports of Brisbane, Newcastle, Botany and Melbourne. This is part of a dispute with towage provider Svitzer. Efforts are continuing the find ways to resolve the dispute and avoid industrial action.


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