Port of Gothenburg announced its plans on doubling the volume of containers transported by rail to and from Gothenburg by 2022 aiming to emissions’ reduction of up to 98%. APM Gothenburg is connected to more than 300 inland destinations in Sweden via rail, with more than 60 rail shuttles per week.
APM Terminals Barcelona announced a new milestone registering a total of 5,394 movements during one port call, on the container ship ‘Millau Bridge’. This is the highest level of activity registered on a ship in the Catalan terminal since 2017.
As APM Terminals Itajaí, Brazil released more than 31,000 vehicles in September, celebrating its first year on ro-ro operations; The terminal achieved a productivity record, unloading 961 vehicles from the American Highway ship at 05.40 on September 7.
The implementation of several measures to streamline shift changes at APM Terminals Pipavav has reduced vessel idle times, added capacity and reduced impact on crane moves per hour because of a shift change by around 16%. In the meantime, it has also improved trailer driver and crane operator safety.
The Suez Canal Container Terminal, located at the mouth of the Suez Canal in Egypt, announced its plans to open its reefer container inspection and repair hub to all brands. The terminal will also launch a dry container inspection and repair hub in October 2019.
As shown in the video, the Vado Gateway Terminal will receive its final three ship-to-shore cranes, hoping to become the next major logistics hub for the Mediterranean and Europe. APM Terminal’s aspire that the terminal will have an annual TEU capacity of about 1.1 million.
APM Terminals accomplished a record 150 BMPH (berth moves per hour) servicing a latest-generation vessel, marking the terminal’s productivity and performance by 100% from its latest €47 million investment now being operational.
APM Terminals announces that its Maasvlakte II new rail service between Rotterdam terminal and Venlo, is successful due to its five-times-per-week service, and the Terminal plans to increase it up to 14 times per week, in the following weeks.
The Port of Los Angeles is moving ahead with an automation project for Pier 400, the port’s largest terminal, after the International Longshore and Warehouse Union (ILWU) and APM Terminals agreed to set up a workforce training program to prepare workers for the jobs of the future.
APM Terminals announced the introduction of a customer platform that logs, streamlines and coordinate general cargo operations in the port of Callao, a first of its kind in a Peruvian port. During the pilot phase, the platform enabled users to complete transactions 67% faster.
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