South Carolina Ports welcomed today 15 hybrid rubber-tired gantry cranes to the Hugh K. Leatherman Terminal.
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Ports and Harbours
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.
Associated British Ports, the UK’s leading and best-connected port operator has completed the installation of new lock gates at the Wet Dock entrance at the Port of Ipswich, which represents an investment of £2 million and will support the activities of Ipswich Haven and Neptune marinas as well as the wider leisure and tourism sector in Ipswich.
A major contract for the construction of the Ravenna Port Hub in Italy has been awarded to a consortium including DEME’s subsidiary Dredging International and Italian construction company Consorzio Stabile Grandi Lavori.
The Port of Cardiff, owned and operated by Associated British Ports, the UK’s leading and best-connected port operator, has signed a new lease with Greenergy, which will provide secure storage for the company.
Associated British Ports is to open a new next-generation-ready and open access cruise terminal for the 2021 cruise season in Southampton.