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Tanzania’s Bagamoyo $11bn megaport to get flying start

The government of Tanzania has announced that successful negotiation with Chinese officials will allow work to start on the $11bn Bagamoyo megaport this year, rather than January 2015, as originally scheduled. 363 more words

Economic Development

Global container ports could handle 840m TEU a year by 2018

Projected throughput four years from now compares with 642m teu in 2013 and 674m teu projected for this year. The 2018 projection is double the 2004 throughput figure of 363m teu. 369 more words

International Shipping

Triple-E Leaves Port of Algeciras with World Record Load

On July 21, 2014, the MV Mary Maersk departed Algeciras, Spain with a world record 17,603 twenty-foot equivalent units (TEU), the most TEU’s ever loaded onto a single vessel. 130 more words

International Shipping

Kota Waruna

At the time I’m writing this, our stuff (6 boxes—30 cubic feet of clothes, shoes, camping stuff, electronics) is scheduled to ship out of Los Angeles on June 12th on the Kota Waruna, a container ship registered out of Singapore. 1,140 more words

Moving To New Zealand

[For Sale - CS00090] 9,742 DWT / 564 TEU MPP

ABT 9,742 DWT ON 8.54M Draft
BLT: 3/1993 Miho Shimizu, Japan
Class: RI Lr +100A1 SS 2018-03-18 DD 2016-03-04
Loa: 113.12M / Beam: 18.9M
1 HO / 2 HA… 36 more words


Durban dig-out port plan likely to be delayed

The first phase of Durban’s dig-out port, which was expected to generate hundreds of jobs and turn the city into the shipping hub of Africa, would not be ready by 2020 as planned, and the current harbour might have to be expanded to provide a short-term solution. 729 more words


Accelerated Screening - Port of Rotterdam’s ability to scan cargo on trains moving at 35 mph

The days of halting trains and unloading contents for inspection appear to be over at the Dutch Port of Rotterdam, where trained operators can now use high-power X-ray scanners to produce clear, unambiguous imagery of densely packed cargo in trains moving at speeds up to 60 kilometers per hour (35 MPH). 641 more words

Non-Intrusive Inspection