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Streamlined shift changes boost efficiency at APM Terminals Pipavav
The implementation of a range of simple measures to streamline shift changes at APM Terminals Pipavav has reduced vessel idle times, added capacity and reduced impact on crane moves per hour due to shift change by around 16%. At the same time, it has also improved trailer driver and crane operator safety. The Pipavav team has introduced clearly marked parking bays for terminal trailers, which provide a safe distance between each trailer. This provides drivers with a safe area to conduct pre-operation checks and protects them from other vehicles when exiting their trailers.
Maersk ME1 service calls Pipavav port
Private port operator, APM Terminals Pipavav informed that in a first for the port, largest vessel with size of 10,100 TEU (twenty-feet equivalent Units) capacity, Maersk Gibraltar arrived at APM Terminals Pipavav on June 16, 2017. It makes the first call of Maersk Line’s ME1 Service to the port, and set a new record for the largest vessel ever to call Pipavav Port. The newly added weekly loop linking Europe, the Middle East and India. The 337-meter long Maersk Gibraltar loaded cargoes of refrigerated agricultural products, and iron castings for export. An expansion at APM Terminal Pipavav was recently completed, strengthening the existing berth, performing additional dredging, and adding 3 new post-Panamax cranes, and 4 new Rubber-Tyred Gantry Cranes, which has increased annual throughput capacity to 1.35 million TEUs. Container throughput at the port was 682,000 TEUs in 2016, along with approximately 3 million tons of bulk cargo. Current annual general cargo capacities include 5 million metric tons off Dry Bulk, 2 million metric tons of Liquid Bulk and approximately 250,000 passenger cars. Source: The Hindu Business Line
APM Terminals Pipavav Receives Domestic Ro/Ro Service Call
APM Terminals Pipavav welcomed the IDM Symex, which arrived with a cargo of 800 Hyundai cars loaded at the Port of Chennai on February 5th, in a pioneering use of economical and environmentally-friendly coastal transportation of Indian-manufactured automobiles. APM Terminals Pipavav, part of the APM Terminals Global Terminal Network, commenced export Roll-on/Roll-off (Ro/Ro) services in August 2015, after NYK Auto Logistics India (NALI) invested in a state-of-the art stock yard and pre delivery inspection facility. The new cars destined for Western India dealerships originated at Hyundai Motor India Limited’s (HMIL) automotive manufacturing facility near Chennai, in Tamil Nadu State. HMIL, the Indian subsidiary of Korean-based Hyundai Motor Company, is India’s second-largest car manufacturer, and for the past ten years, India’s largest passenger car exporter. Link Shipping and Management Systems Pvt. Ltd. is pioneering this venture which demonstrates the value, automotive manufacturers can derive from this safe, efficient and more sustainable, environmentally-friendly mode of transportation going forward. “We are proud to be a part of this historic and innovative intra-costal shipment of Indian automobiles, serving India’s growing automotive industry with safe, and environmentally sustainable logistics alternatives,” said APM Terminals Pipavav, Managing Director, Keld Pedersen. Source: APM TerminalsNews schreiben