MTCC’s K. Maafushi Project Moves Ahead

MTCC won a contract for the development of Maafushi, Island, South Male’ Atoll.

UK: Port of Tyne on Right Track

Port of Tyne on Right Track

The Port, one of the UK’s major deep sea ports, has increased tonnage of cargoes handled by 66% compared to ...

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API Proposes New Approach to Fast-Track Litigation (USA)

Citing numerous instances in which Federal officials have ignored environmental laws, regulations and rules of ...

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The Netherlands: Van Oord on Right Track

Van Oord on Right Track

Van Oord’s turnover in 2011 was EUR 1,715 million (2010 EUR 1,578 million) and was evenly attributable to ...

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New Zealand: Tauranga Port on Expansion Track

Tauranga Port on Expansion Track

Port of Tauranga is to buy a seventh ship-to-shore gantry crane for its Sulphur Point fleet to handle the growing ...

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Canadian Ports on Right Track

Canadian Ports on Right Track

B.C.’s ports will be even more attractive to Canadian and international investors as the Province moves to ...

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Port of New York and New Jersey on Right Track (USA)

The Port Authority has announced that it set an all-time record for cargo volume at the Port of New York and New ...

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Brazil: Port of Tubarao on Right Track

The Port of Tubarão in Vitória has received Vale Rio de Janeiro, a Very Large Ore Carrier (VLOC) which is capable ...

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The Netherlands: Port of Rotterdam on Right Track

Port of Rotterdam on Right Track

The Port Authority asked McKinsey to make an analysis of the demand for and availability of container throughput ...

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USA: Georgia Ports Authority on Right Track

Georgia Ports Authority Executive Director Curtis J. Foltz announced that the Ports of Savannah and Brunswick ...

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Maasvlakte 2: New Track, Tight Planning (The Netherlands)

Maasvlakte 2 New Track, Tight Planning

Outside work on the railway started in December 2011. The trains should be running on the new railway of Maasvlakte ...

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Australia: Noosa Dog Beach Project Back on Track

After striking an early snag, the Noosa Dog Beach project is back on track. Division 11 councillor Russell Green ...

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Andhra Port Project on Right Track (India)

Of the three locations identified by the state government, the Shipping Ministry is likely to soon finalise one for ...

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Australia: Port Hedland Inner Harbour Expansion on Track

Fluor Corporation announced that the Fluor SKM Iron Ore Joint Venture was awarded a new contract from BHP Billiton ...

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The Netherlands: Track Construction on Maasvlakte 2 in ...

The first 100-metre track has been constructed on Maasvlakte 2. It is mainly to test how quickly and how much sand ...

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USA: Plans for Newport Harbor’s Lower Bay Dredging on Track

With the $17 million Upper Newport Bay dredging project finished and boats beginning to move out of Rhine Channel ...

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Malaysia: Penang Port Dredging Project Back on Track

The RM351 million project to deepen the north channel of the Penang Port is back on track, Penang Port Sdn Bhd ...

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USA: GPA Wants Savannah Harbour Expansion Project ...

The Georgia Ports Authority has appealed to the global shipping community to ask US lawmakers to back the Savannah ...

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South Africa: Expansion of Cape Town Container Terminal ...

Transnet Port Terminal’s (TPT) investment of ZAR5.4 billion (US$760 million) over a five period to modernise ...

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Hernando Beach Channel Dredging is Back on Track (USA)

The long-awaited dredge of the Hernando Beach Channel is back on, thanks to the state approval of the modified ...

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Abu Dhabi: $409m Mussafah canal dredging on track

The authorities in Abu Dhabi are reportedly on track to complete by US$409m project to construct a channel that ...

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Albany Waterfront project is well on track (USA)

THE $27.8 million Albany Waterfront project is well on track with the protective outer breakwater already ...

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