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Hanjin selects bidder for its Algeciras terminal
Hanjin Shipping said on March 06, 2014 it had selected an IBK Securities and Korea Investment Partners consortium as the preferred bidder for its Algeciras container terminal in Spain.

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Kalundborg to Squeeze Out Copenhagen as Cruise Port
The port of Kalundborg in Denmark wants to replace Copenhagen as a turn-around port, claiming to be 12 hours and 214 miles closer to the Baltic (and thus saving fuel). Kalundborg is also one hour and fifteen minutes from the Copenhagen airport. According to a statement from the port, it is undertaking a market study to assess interest in its

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DP World London Gateway proves reliability during bad weather
DP World London Gateway is aiding supply chain reliability as it takes ad hoc vessel calls while other UK ports face closures and congestion during bad weather. Ten vessels have made diversionary calls to London Gateway since Christmas as weather conditions impact other ports’ landside, waterside and rail terminal operations while London Gateway has remained open throughout.

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New waterway link from Dunkirk
06 March 2014 Today sees the start of a new regular service operated by Contargo Container Escaut Services SAS (CCES) between Valenciennes and Dunkirk: the DV1 (Dunkirk – Valenciennes 1). The rotation will initially involve one barge a week. This new CCES service will supplement Dunkirk’s waterway links in the region following the startup of the Nord Port Shuttle (NPS) serving Lille and Dourges at the end of 2013. The first rotations will be carried out by the ENAXOR barge that can carry 28 TEU (Twenty-Foot Equivalent Units), although the capacity of the barges can be altered to suit requirements. This service offers a transit time of Day A - Day B with schedules set to synchronise with the Asia/Europe container services calling at the Port of Dunkirk: MSC’s LION service and the FAL 7 service of CMA CGM.

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LCT, MSC and Zeta System to establish new feeder service UK East Coast – Rotterdam
Forth Ports-owned London Container Terminal (LCT) has reached agreement with shipping line MSC Geneva and container provider Zeta System to establish the new UK East Coast feeder service including the Port of Rotterdam. Zeta System has recently invested in its own fleet of 45ft containers for this service, the company said in its press release. The new service will see MSC work with coastal feeder ship company BG Freight to deliver a new weekly shipping link which will call at the major sea port at Rotterdam in the Netherlands as well as Grangemouth on the Forth, Immingham on the River Humber, the port of Felixstowe and at LCT’s base at Tilbury on the Thames. Grangemouth, Scotland’s largest container terminal, currently handles around 150,000 containers per year, representing approximately nine million tonnes of cargo. Around 2.5m tonnes of that figure is made up of ‘dry’ goods, a term used to describe raw materials imported for use in Scottish industry and outgoing finished product

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Private firm may be inducted by India Gov. into JV to develop Chabahar port
India may induct a private firm into a planned joint venture between two Union government-owned ports to develop a port at Chabahar in Iran, three people briefed on the plan said. India and Iran will shortly sign a memorandum of understanding (MoU) for developing Chabahar port, they said. Chabahar is an important port along Iran’s Makaran coast and offers Iran easy access to the Indian Ocean. India has decided to invest some $100 million (around Rs.619 crore today) in developing Chabahar port, which is considered strategically and economically important for the country’s exports to landlocked Afghanistan. It will be the first overseas venture by ports owned by the Indian government.

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Port of Alicante to introduce intermodal logistic terminal
As a result of the cooperation protocol signed on Tuesday, March 04, 2014 by the Spanish Minister of Development, Ana Pastor, and the president of the Region of Valencia, Alberto Fabra, the ports of Valencia-Fuente de San Luis, Alicante, Sagunto and Castellon will be expanded with intermodal logistic terminals. For each of these terminals, both the Ministry of Development and Valencia's Council of Infrastructures, Land and Environment will both conduct the necessary studies to assess their financial and logistic viability, as well as to devise the most adequate promotional and management models. The cooperation protocol also contemplates the creation of a Monitoring Commission formed by three representatives of the Ministry of Development and three from the Council of Infrastructures, Land and Environment. Source: Logistica.Cdecomunicacion.Es

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Ports of Valencia, Alicante, Sagunto and Castellon to introduce intermodal logistic terminals
As a result of the cooperation protocol signed on Tuesday, March 04, 2014 by the Spanish Minister of Development, Ana Pastor, and the president of the Region of Valencia, Alberto Fabra, the ports of Valencia-Fuente de San Luis, Alicante, Sagunto and Castellon will be expanded with intermodal logistic terminals. For each of these terminals, both the Ministry of Development and Valencia's Council of Infrastructures, Land and Environment will both conduct the necessary studies to assess their financial and logistic viability, as well as to devise the most adequate promotional and management models. The cooperation protocol also contemplates the creation of a Monitoring Commission formed by three representatives of the Ministry of Development and three from the Council of Infrastructures, Land and Environment. Source: Logistica.Cdecomunicacion.Es

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Port of Portland says “no” to crude oil, for now
The Port of Portland announced on Tuesday, March 04, 2014 that it has no plans to get into the business of storing and/or transferring North American crude oil arriving by rail. In a statement, port officials said they have received numerous inquiries to develop such facilities, but have decided not to proceed with any type of development at this time due to safety concerns. “We do not believe that we have sufficient answers to the important questions regarding environmental and physical safety…” the statement read. The port did indicate that future development could be revisited “once we have the confidence that transportation of crude oil by rail continues to meet all state, federal and local transportation rules and regulations and exhibits a sufficient accident-free record for a sustained period of time.” Across the river from Portland, the Port of Vancouver USA approved a lease agreement last summer with Tesoro Savage to build a crude oil export terminal capable of shipping up to 360,000 barrels a day. The proposed terminal would require at least two, mile-and-a-half long unit trains per day.

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Vysotsk port reconstruction complete
Infrastructure at the Russian seaport of Vysotsk has undergone reconstruction and has been commissioned in a bid to increase the overload capacity of the coal terminal at the port. Facilities that were reconstructed as part of the project, which was carried out by Federal State Unitary Enterprise (FSUE) Rosmorport, include berths one to four, Northern and Southern entering gates and the underwater structure of the seaport. The project was carried out in accordance with the federal target programme Development of the Transport System of Russia (2012-2020). Total federal budget investments allocated for the reconstruction of the coal terminal amounted to around 3.3bn roubles.


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