This week, the largest structure manufactured by Tecade for the Hisingsbron bridge passed through the lock of the Port of Seville onboard UHL Future to Gothenburg, Sweden.
The bridge section is
It's been reported by local press in that over the weekend a 70 tonne crane collapsed during overload testing at a government-run shipyard in southern India, killing at least 11
Port of Rotterdam has announced their half-year results saying that COVID-19 pandemic depressed cargo throughput.
The port achieved a throughput of 218.9 million tonnes in the first six months of 2020,
Port of South Louisiana has ordered two Konecranes Gottwald Model 6 Portal Harbor Cranes for its public facility, Globalplex Intermodal Terminal (Globalplex).
With commissioning planned for September 2021, the cranes
This weekend saw the successful installation of the new arch bridge spanning the Thomassentunnel and the A15 and N15 motorways in Rotterdam.
The railway bridge forms a key link in
The total freight volume handled by Port of Antwerp rose by 0.4% overall during the first four months of this year, conventional breakbulk and ro/ro remain under pressure.
With steel as
Denmark’s Port Esbjerg set to receive a USD144.9 million investment from Nordic infrastructure fund Infranode.
Infranode, is a Nordic infrastructure fund, that has partnered up with the municipally owned, Danish Port
In their first-quarter reporting, Port of Antwerp says that the fluctuation of world trade since mid-2019 continues to weigh on their breakbulk volume. This has resulted in a total decline
‘Our ambition is to make Rotterdam the breakbulk hub of Europe,’ says Emile Hoogsteden, commercial director of the Port Authority, regarding breakbulk growth aspirations.
Port of Rotterdam recorded breakbulk growth in
XELLZ Operations B.V., a Dutch private limited liability company has started investigating the potential of an offshore supply base location in the South and South-East of Ireland to open-up an