Montevideo

Allgemeine Informationen

Name:
Montevideo
Land:
Uruguay
UN/Locode:
UYMVD
Local time:
Festgemachte Schiffe:
96
Erwartete Schiffe:
35
Liegeplätze:
15
Koordinaten:
S 34° 55' W 056° 13'

Festgemachte Schiffe

Name
Type
Moored
Bagger
12.04. 22:39
Frachtschiff
12.04. 23:04
Unklassifiziert
12.04. 16:30
Bagger
15.03. 04:10
Frachtschiff
13.04. 00:03
Bagger
11.04. 00:14
Frachtschiff
12.04. 22:07
Fischereifahrzeug
08.04. 14:51
Frachtschiff
12.04. 20:18
Tanker
09.04. 19:47

Erwartete Schiffe

Name
Typ
Erwarted
Frachtschiff
13.04. 05:00
Unklassifiziert
13.04. 08:00
Frachtschiff
13.04. 22:00
Frachtschiff
18.04. 07:30
Unklassifiziert
26.04. 04:00
Unklassifiziert
28.04. 03:00
Frachtschiff
03.05. 18:00
Frachtschiff
05.05. 08:00
Frachtschiff
05.05. 11:00
Frachtschiff
07.05. 13:00

Ausgelaufene Schiffe

Name
Typ
Ausgelaufen
Bagger
13.04. 01:12
High Speed Craft
13.04. 00:40
Bagger
12.04. 21:50
Frachtschiff
12.04. 18:34
Bagger
12.04. 18:16
High Speed Craft
12.04. 16:14
Tanker
12.04. 15:05
Frachtschiff
12.04. 13:38
Bagger
12.04. 11:22
Frachtschiff
12.04. 11:03

Die neuesten Nachrichten

STOCK POINT OF PILOT LADDERS AND EMBARKATION LADDERS PTR HOLLAND

Sun Jan 14 17:24:25 CET 2024 user_207994

We have in the port of Montevideo stock of Pilot ladders & Embarkation ladders brand PTR HOLLAND NV, PRODUCTION 2024 READY FOR DELIVERY. INFO@MARESSUPPLY.COM SALES@MARESSUPPLY.COM

Chinese port in Uruguay shelved

Tue Aug 06 12:22:49 CEST 2019 arnekiel

Shandong BaoMa Fisheries Group has shelved plans to build a port in the Uruguayan capital Montevideo that could accommodate 500 Chinese vessels, amid legal complications and strong opposition from local residents and environmental organisations. The US$200 million project, which included a free trade zone, shipyard and fish processing and freezing plants, on a private 28-hectare site in Punta Yeguas, a mostly rural area with a public park, required a change in the legal designation of the land.

APM Terminals Uruguay Becomes 90% Emission Free

Sun Jun 10 11:40:04 CEST 2018 arnekiel

APM Terminal Inland Services Uruguay (also known as Montevideo Port Services SA) have made large steps towards becoming emission free as 648 solar panels were turned on this month. The solar panels are capable of producing 228.6 MWh per year, enough to meet 90% of the facilities entire annual consumption. The switchover to the renewable energy source will reduce Inland Services Uruguay’s CO2 emissions by approximately 50 tonnes per year. According to the United States Environmental Protection Agency it would take around 1,300 seedling trees 10 years to absorb this amount of CO2.

News schreiben