PHOTO: TSHD Duo in Kaohsiung

Since early 2016, Van Oord has been working on one of Taiwan’s largest land reclamation projects, the Port of ...

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VIDEO: Van Oord in Taiwan

Van Oord is currently working on the construction of Kaohsiung Intercontinental Container Center Phase II in ...

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TIPC Awards Contract for New Terminal

Taiwan International Ports Corporation (TIPC) is continuing the growth and expansion trend with another major ...

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Taiwan: Bright Future for Port of Kaohsiung

Renowned Japanese management consultant Kenichi Ohmae made the suggestion in 2009 that the development of Port of ...

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Taiwan: Ching Fu Shipbuilding Relaunches 2400 m3 TSHD

On Thursday July 4th, Ching Fu Shipbuilding Ltd. relaunched the 2400 m3 Trailing Suction Hopper Dredger from dry ...

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Taiwan: 2400 m3 Trailing Suction Hopper Dredger Launched

Yesterday, the Ching Fu Shipbuilding launched a 2400 m3 Trailing Suction Hopper Dredger (TSHD). The vessel has been ...

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Taiwan: Officials Deny Report on Toxic Land Reclamation ...

The Taipei City Government has denied allegation that the filler materials being used in a land reclamation project ...

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Taiwan: Port of Kaohsiung Development Moves Ahead

Port of Kaohsiung Development Moves Ahead

6th Container Terminal Wharves 108 and 109, part of Port of Kaohsiung’s new Intercontinental Container Terminal ...

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Taiwan: TIPC Inks Capital Agreements

TIPC Inks Capital Agreements

The state-run Taiwan International Ports Corporation (TIPC) signed agreements Friday with 18 local companies that ...

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Taiwan to Invest Large in Harbor Development

Taiwan to Invest Large in Harbor Development

The government-operated Taiwan International Ports Corp. hopes to spark investment momentum by pouring about NT$66 ...

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Great News for Taiwan’s Ports

Great News for Taiwan's Ports

Premier Sean Chen yesterday directed the Ministry of Transportation and Communications (MOTC) to work with Taiwan ...

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Taiwan: Government to Invest Large in Port Projects

Under a Major Port Construction for International Harbour programme created by the Ministry of Transportation and ...

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Taiwan to Invest Large in Ports Development

Taiwan to Invest Large in Ports Development

The Council for Economic Planning and Development (CEPD) of the ROC approved a US$2.2 billion expansion plan on ...

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Taiwan Ports Ready for Expansion

Taiwan Ports Ready for Expansion

According to the ROC Council for Economic Planning and Development (CEPD), the Taiwan’s international ports are set ...

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Taiwan: Minister Supervises Engineering Troops’ ...

Minister Supervises Engineering Troops’ Preparation for Dredging

  Minister of MND, Hua-chu Kao went to Chiayi to supervise engineer troops’ first supporting mission of the ...

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Taiwan: EPA Proposes New Land Reclamation Plan

The Environmental Protection Administration (EPA) recently proposed a new land reclamation project that would make ...

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Taiwan: Officials to Launch Survey on Sources of Tahan ...

A survey on the sources of sediment pollution in the Tahan River, a tributary of the Danshui River, will be ...

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Taiwan: Changhua Hosts Dutch Water Expert

Henk van Schaik, a senior water expert from the Netherlands, met Changhua County Magistrate Cho Po-yuan Nov. 17 to ...

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Taiwan: FKAB, Holland MT Win Design Contract for 2400 m3 TSHD

FKAB Marine Design, Holland MT Win Design Contract for 2400 m3 TSHD

Taiwan based shipyard Ching Fu has awarded a design contract to FKAB Marine Design with Holland MT as subcontractor ...

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Taiwan: Coast Guard Takes Action Against Illegal ...

A boat from China was found illegally dredging sea sand in waters off the outlying Kinmen Island early Monday, the ...

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Taiwan: Kaohsiung Harbor Plans Dredging Project

The Kaohsiung Harbor Bureau has resolved to spend NT$2 billion to rebuild wharves, including the dredging of three ...

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