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A Rubb warehouse has been brought back to life to support relocation goals of Tilbury Port planners and a long-term customer.
New television screens have been installed across ABP’s Humber ports to display versions of ‘ABP TV’ for employees
STP “Yuzhny” handled 1,07 mt of cargo in April 2019. More than 84% of the total cargo throughput made up export ore, pig iron and products of grain cargo processing...
Adam Grater will join ABP Humber as the Head of Operations for all four ports, including the UK’s largest port at Immingham.
Bedeschi has implemented the previous supply of two additional self-propelled ecological hoppers for unloading of bulk grains, with one continuous shipunloader for grains, for the same client – Ashdod Port in Israel.
The 2,000th Konecranes Gottwald Mobile Harbor Crane was inaugurated in a formal ceremony at the Ership terminal in the Mediterranean port of Cartagena in southeastern Spain.
Liebherr recently handed over two Liebherr mobile harbour cranes type LHM 550 to Maputo Port Development Company (MPDC)
There's a new eyecatcher at the Germersheim inland port: Family-owned company Freyer Hafenlogistik is starting 2019 with an 870 E-Series mobile material handler.
Denholm Port Services Ltd, the leading UK port agency provider, has acquired the ship agency services of Orkney-based John Jolly Ltd.
Forth Ports, one of the UK’s largest port groups, has achieved the new ISO 45001 standard in Occupational Health & Safety Management making them the first port group to be awarded this tough new international standard.
Rotterdam is expanding its position as one of Western Europe’s biggest transit ports for agricultural, horticultural and fishery sector products.
ABP is pleased to announce that Julian Walker has been appointed Chief Commercial Officer. Julian will join the UK’s leading port operator on 2 September.
Kocks Ardelt Kranbau have secured an order from Associated British Ports (ABP), to supply three new high capacity grabbing cranes for Immingham Bulk Terminal (IBT).
The Canary Islands Port of Arinaga has inaugurated a new €8 million dry bulk terminal, which is owned by the local Yecasa Group.
The Brazilian Federal Government is to auction three more port areas on the Sa~o Paulo Stock Exchange, in August.
The Spanish Port of Tarragona is aiming to increase its market share in the agri-food products market, where it is already the leading port.
Shoreham Port has been re-certified as an EcoPort this month, six years after its initial Port Environmental Review System (PERS) certification was awarded in 2013.