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PDVSA Splits Algerian Crude Discharge

The tanker Carabobo carrying Algerian light crude to Venezuela has finished unloading at Jose terminal and has set sail to the Caribbean island of Saint Eustatius,

World's Largest Sailing Yachts Get the GAC Treatment

GAC has smoothed the transit of the world’s largest sailing yacht through the Suez Canal, and was at hand when she called at ports in Oman and Sri Lanka. The

Freshwater Marine Crane for Chicago

Palfinger Marine delivers a PK 23500 (M) B freshwater marine crane.   The Palfinger Marine dealer Pine Hill Equipment, Inc., operates on the east coast and great lakes.

Southern California Port Congestion

  Hapag-Lloyd informs about the congestion at the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach that has reached a critical point. I. Several container ships are anchoring

GAC Starts Hull Cleaning Op'ns in Oman

GAC EnvironHull hull cleaning operations using the brush-and-diver-free HullWiper system starting at the port of Sohar, just outside the Gulf of Hormuz. This

Bulker Arrives to US on Her Maiden Voyage

The Port of Vancouver USA welcomed the Kypros Unity, commanded by Capt. Wilfredo F. Itable of Cyprus, on her maiden voyage Oct. 28. Capt. Itable and his 20-member

Partnerships Key to Caribbean Maritime Security

Planning and execution of port and maritime safety and security in Caribbean region is all about partnerships Maritime security and safety experts are meeting in Nassau,

Braemar Hosts Insurance Experts

Braemar (incorporating The Salvage Association) welcomed an invited group of marine insurance professionals onto its specialist port and shipyard familiarization

St. Lawrence Seaway Receives Strike Notice

The St. Lawrence Seaway Management Corporation (SLSMC) was served a 72-hour notice to strike by UNIFOR, a group representing the Seaway’s 460 unionized employees.

'Environmental' Hull Cleaning Ops OK'd in Oman

Oman’s Ministry of Environment and Climate Affairs has granted GAC EnvironHull permission to conduct underwater hull cleaning operations using the brush-and-diver-free

Futures Edge Higher on Stronger Oil Prices

API2 2015 coal futures traded at $72.70/t South African coal for December trades at $65.60/t European thermal coal futures edged higher on Wednesday, buoyed by stronger oil prices.

EU to Invest in Port of Dublin Development

The EU's TEN-T Program  will co-fund with almost €2.5 million studies on the capacity development in the Port of Dublin to improve the freight traffic connection

BG Group to Delay LNG Terminal on Canada's Pacific Coast

British oil and gas producer BG Group Plc will delay until the next decade a proposed liquefied natural gas export terminal on Canada's Pacific coast, the Wall Street Journal reported,

Goltens Opens Houston Service Facility

Goltens Worldwide today announced the opening of its new full service facility located within two miles from the Port of Houston. Following months of planning and machinery and equipment installation,

Liebherr Scores Several RTG Orders

DP World Asian Terminals Inc. has placed an order with Liebherr Container Cranes for a further five RTGs at its Manila facility following an order of two units

VTTI's Cyprus Terminal Plans First Cargo For Mid-November

The Cyprus storage terminal of Vitol Tank Terminal Int (VTTI) will receive its first product shipment in mid-November, the company said on Tuesday, enabling it

BP Peddles Rotterdam Storage Terminal

BP has put its Pernis storage terminal in Rotterdam up for sale as part of a broad push to sell assets, a company spokesman said on Tuesday. The 90-acre Pernis

Israeli Port Work Starts, Haifa Longshoremen strike

A Chinese construction firm began work on a new Mediterranean port in Israel on Tuesday, prompting a strike at Haifa docks further up the coast where the workers oppose the new competition.

Kalmar Bags 9 RTGs Order from Piraeus Container Terminal

  Kalmar, part of Cargotec, has signed a repeat order for nine all-electric rubber-tyred gantry cranes (RTGs) with Piraeus Container Terminal (PCT) S.A. in Greece,

British Wheat Heads to US for First Time in over 2 Years

Britain has sold a shipment of feed wheat to a buyer in the United States, marking the first significant volume in two-and-a-half years, two traders said on Monday.

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