Ports & Harbours – Page 10

  • DP World London Gateway
    News

    Record cargo volumes

    2021-08-04T09:58:00Z

    One of the world’s biggest logistics players has announced record H1 cargo volumes in the UK.

  • Mukran: aiming for the number one spot in agri-handling on the German Baltic. Photo BayWa AG
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    New deep-water hub for German Baltic port

    2021-07-28T10:47:00Z

    A two-phase project to expand the port of Mukran into an international deep-water agricultural handling hub has begun on the German Baltic coast, reports Tom Todd.

  • News

    Gdansk port leases

    2021-07-27T12:29:00Z

    The Port of Gdańsk Authority launched a tender procedure to select the lessees for a new port area that will be created within the boundaries of the Port in the Gdańsk Bay.

  • New Leith outer port
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    Scotland’s green port proposal

    2021-07-27T07:30:00Z

    One operator has wasted no time in responding to the Scottish Government’s recent invitation for interested parties to submit bids for ‘Green Port’ status.

  • Cromarty Firth
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    Hydrogen project support

    2021-07-23T10:59:00Z

    A spot in the Scottish Highlands is the ideal home for the UK’s largest green hydrogen electrolyser, according to a feasibility study.

  • Horizon Cruise Terminal
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    Cruise debut

    2021-07-19T14:41:00Z

    A new UK cruise terminal fitted with shore power has served its first ship.

  • The solar paving has been developed by SOLUM
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    Solar paving helping port’s carbon footprint

    2021-07-16T11:34:00Z

    Spain’s Port of Valencia is trialling new solar panels installed on the ground, claimed to be walkable by pedestrians and vehicles.

  • News

    Refit expansion at Concarneau thanks to increased lift capacity

    2021-06-23T09:52:00Z

    A new 400 tonne travel lift has been installed in the French port of Concarneau which will considerably increase the refit capabilities in the harbour reports Dag Pike.

  • 'AIDAsol'
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    Shore power surge

    2021-06-23T09:45:00Z

    A major shore power step has been taken at one European port.

  • The pontoon benefits from Glass Reinforced Fibre (Work Surface) decking
    News

    Bespoke tug berth

    2021-06-22T11:48:00Z

    In a limited time window, Inland and Coastal Marina Systems recently designed and manufactured a bespoke berth for a new tugboat at Port of Portland, UK.

  • Falmouth Harbour from the air
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    Anchoring plans for Falmouth

    2021-06-17T12:05:00Z

    A project, led by Falmouth Harbour Commissioners in the UK, intends to meet the challenge of anchoring very large vessels or platforms without the requirement of very large capacity lifting vessels.

  • The airbridge arrived at 102 berth and was tandem lifted into position using specialist quayside cranes
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    Boost for beleaguered cruise industry

    2021-06-16T12:29:00Z

    Associated British Ports has taken delivery of a new £5 million airbridge in preparation for the opening of the new Horizon Cruise Terminal in the UK’s Port of Southampton.

  • Lindley supplied the new nautical infrastructure at Praça do Comércio,
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    Lisbon waterfront regeneration

    2021-05-14T12:46:00Z

    The Portuguese public entity ATL (Lisbon Tourism Association) has not allowed the COVID pandemic to curtail its plans to improve the infrastructure of the Lisbon waterfront.

  • The facilities at the port will be expanded with a new entry and an outer port
    News

    Hirtshals Havn prepares for new green future

    2021-05-12T14:10:00Z

    New facilities and green port development will prepare the Danish Port of Hirtshals for what it is calling its ‘version 2.0’.

  • The upper part of the current quay will be cut to a height of four metres
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    Le Havre redevelops for super-long turbine blade handling

    2021-05-07T14:44:00Z

    HAROPA - Port of Le Havre has selected a consortium of companies to carry out maritime construction works to accommodate offshore wind business.

  • The Europa Terminal is located on the River Schelde
    News

    EXPANDING EUROPA QUAY AT ANTWERP

    2021-05-06T15:30:00Z

    The Port of Antwerp is partnering with terminal operator PSA Antwerp to redevelop the Europa Container Terminal to allow the largest container ships to access the facility.

  • Under the proposals being discussed will be the rebuilding of the south pier back to its original length
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    BRAY HARBOUR IMPROVEMENTS

    2021-05-06T13:48:00Z

    Plans are being developed to improve and possibly expand the facilities at the Irish port of Bray which lies just south of Dublin on the Irish east coast.

  • Weser port Brake is ploughing cash into renovation to improve big ship handling capacity. Photo: Hero Lang.
    News

    Port of Brake builds on bulk strengths

    2021-04-26T13:13:00Z

    Work on the renovation of berth facilities in Brake is getting under way to meet growth in the north German Weser port, reports Tom Todd.

  • Southampton is Britain’s second largest container terminal
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    Southampton welcomes major port investment

    2021-04-06T11:29:00Z

    DP World, the Dubai-headquartered owners of the UK’s Port of Southampton have announced that the port will benefit from a major programme of investments in 2021.

  • SCA upgrading Tunadal to a container port
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    New container port and deepening for Tunadal

    2021-02-05T10:33:00Z

    Swedish forest products company SCA has revealed plans to invest approximately SEK 460 million (about $54.7 million) at its terminal at Tunadal on the Gulf of Bothnia over the next three years.