The Port of Ipswich, owned and operated by Associated British Ports (ABP), has recently welcomed the large rice-carrying cargo ship MV Ijborg, in support of the UK food processing and manufacturing sector.
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Port of Tallinn has entered into a renewable energy purchase agreement with Eesti Energia and now only consumes green electricity produced in Estonia.
Associated British Ports (ABP), the UK’s leading and best-connected port operator has signed a new long-term agreement with Clarksons Port Services, one of the UK’s largest port services and vessel agency businesses.
Telefónica, APM Terminals and Mobile World Capital Barcelona are working on a pilot project as part of the 5G Barcelona initiative to improve security in ports thanks to the use of 5G networks to connect cranes, vehicles and people by merging different advanced communication and localisation technologies.
South Carolina Ports welcomed today 15 hybrid rubber-tired gantry cranes to the Hugh K. Leatherman Terminal.
The inauguration of a new shore power facility in Kiel means that Stena Line now has the possibility to connect 14 vessels at seven terminals with on-shore electricity during port stay.