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Port Pipavav Berths its Largest Box Ship

Maresk Saltoro at APm Terminals Pipavav (Gujarat Pipavav Port). (Photo: APM Terminals)

APM Terminals Pipavav (Gujarat Pipavav Port Ltd.), a gateway port in western India, has berthed the largest container vessel in the Port Pipavav’s history, the terminal announced today.   Maersk Saltoro, a containership with approximately 9,971 TEU capacity and overall length of 299 meters, was berthed at Pipavav Port today by the port’s marine team.    Commenting on the occasion, Managing Director of APM Terminals Pipavav, Keld Pedersen said, “The Maersk Saltoro, at nearly 10,000 TEUs capacity, reaffirms APM Terminals Pipavav’s operational capabilities and infrastructure.”   Part of first India’s first Public Private Partnership (PPP) Port, APM Terminals Pipavav said it has expanded its capacity for handling larger vessels and cargo, with infrastructure capabilities to handle container, bulk and liquid cargo. Last month, the port commenced RoRo operations with dispatch of the first lot of cars for export.   Operated by APM Terminals BV, an independent business unit within the Maersk Group, APM Terminals Pipavav is located in Gujarat, approximately 160 nautical miles northwest from JNPT, Mumbai.


APM Terminals Named Nigeria's 'Best of the Year'

APM Terminals Apapa named “Best Terminal Operator of the Year” at Nigerian Maritime Excellence Awards in Apapa, Nigeria. APM Terminals Apapa, which assumed operational control of the facility in 2006, is now the busiest container terminal in West Africa, with an estimated throughput of 720,000 TEUs this year, up from 650,000 TEUs in 2011. “This recognition by Nigeria’s maritime journalists is a great honor for our operation and for the nearly 1


500 Safe Days in APM Terminals Mumbai

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Employees at APM Terminals Mumbai achieved 500 Safe Days, without any Lost Time Injury (LTI), setting a record at the Jawaharlal Nehru Port (JNPT) at Nhava Sheva. APM Terminals globally lays a lot of emphasis on Safety at terminals and the Senior Management team at The Hague is actively involved in motivating employees to practice Safety at work.  At APM Terminals Mumbai, it is always SAFETY FIRST! APM Terminals Mumbai accounts for nearly 44% of the throughput emerging from Nhava


APM Terminals Pipavav Reaches Out to the Physically Challenged

Beneficiaries Counselling Session by Team APMT

   APM Terminals Pipavav one of Western India’s gateway ports, in association with Shri Bhagwan Mahavir Viklang Sahayata Samiti (BMVSS), Ahmedabad; SBI Mutual Fund and Shri Somnath Trust successfully organized a camp for the physically challenged individuals of Amreli of Rajula, Jaffrabad, Khamba, Savarkundla and Mahua villages.  The camp was inaugurated by Mrs. Heenaben Shah, Director, APM Terminals Pipavav, Mr. P.K. Lehri, Director, APM Terminals Pipavav and  Mr


New Safety Initiative at LA's APM Terminals

APM Terminals Pier 400 Los Angeles Photo APM

  A new safety initiative at the world’s largest proprietary container terminal, APM Terminals Pier 400 Los Angeles, has resulted in the implementation of revised yard layout and procedures to enhance the safety of the 2,000 to 3,000 Over-the-Road (OTR) truck drivers who deliver and pick up containers at the terminal in any given 24-hour period. The goal of the program, introduced at a special OTR Safety Day last month at the terminal


Santos Port Sets Productivity Record

Photo Credit Brasil Terminal Portuario

Brasil Terminal Portuário (BTP), began the New Year with the establishment of two new productivity records. On February 10th while working the 6328 TEU capacity MSC Geneva, 206 moves per hour (MPH) were achieved while handling 1,980 containers, representing 44 crane moves per hour (MPH), surpassing the previous record of 35 crane MPH set in January.   A joint venture between APM Terminals and Terminal Investment Limited (TIL), BTP began operations in November 2013, and handled 1


APM Terminals and Port of Rotterdam to Cooperate On R&D

Five  year,  global  agreement  to  work  toward  improved  productivity  and  efficiency,  land  utilization, environmental  sensitivity and  public  awareness  of  the  container  terminal  industry  APM  Terminals  and  the  Port  of  Rotterdam  Authority  announce the  signing  of  a  five-year agreement  of


APM Terminals Gothenburg Welcomes World’s Largest Container Ship

Photo: Mediterranean Shipping Company Luxemburg S.A

 The MSC Maya, the fourth of 20 Oscar-Class Ultra-Large Container Ships (ULCS), arrived at APM Terminals Gothenburg on December 21 from the Port of Bremerhaven as part of the regular port rotation of the Maersk Line/Mediterranean Shipping Company AE-2/Swan Far East/North Europe Service in the 2M alliance.    With a published capacity of 19,224 TEUs, Oscar-class vessels are the world’s current record holders in container carrying capacity


APM Terminals Gothenburg Welcomes Largest Box Ship

MSC Maya calls APM Terminals Gothenburg Photo APM

  The MSC Maya, the fourth of 20 Oscar-Class Ultra-Large Container Ships (ULCS), arrived at APM Terminals Gothenburg on December 21 from the Port of Bremerhaven as part of the regular port rotation of the Maersk Line/Mediterranean Shipping Company AE-2/Swan Far East/North Europe Service in the 2M alliance. With a published capacity of 19,224 TEUs, Oscar-class vessels are the world’s current record holders in container carrying capacity


19 Kalmar Shuttle Carriers for APM Terminal in Italy

Kalmar Hybrid Shuttle Carrier designed to cut costs and improve the sustainability of operations Photo Kalmar

Kalmar, part of Cargotec, has received an order for 19 hybrid shuttle carriers from APM Terminals for their newest container terminal that is under construction in Vado, Italy. The machines will be delivered during 2017. APM Terminals' deepwater Vado container terminal will be the world's first container terminal to employ an entirely hybrid shuttle carrier fleet. The Kalmar HSH240 hybrid shuttle carriers will help APM Terminals to optimise the productivity of their terminal by decoupling


APM Terminals Readies Lázaro Cárdenas TEC2

Photo: APM Terminals

 APM Terminals (APMT) is continuing with its new deep-water semi-automated Lázaro Cárdenas Terminal 2 (TEC2) project, which represents an overall investment of US$900 million, despite the slow Latin American economic growth, and sluggish global container shipping growth rate.


Morocco to Get First Automated Container Terminal

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 Port operator APM Terminals to develop a new transshipment terminal in Tangier, Morocco with an annual capacity of five million TEUs.    APM Terminals MedPort Tangier will become operational in 2019, serving multiple trades and will be the first automated terminal in Africa.


APM to Operate High Tech Tangier Terminal

File Image: a typical Maersk containership

The world's third largest port operator APM Terminals said it will invest 758 million euros ($858.3 million) in a new transhipment terminal in Tangier, Morocco, that will be the first automated terminal in Africa. The new container terminal will have an annual capacity of five million 20-foot


Maersk Profit Plunges

Photo: Maersk Line

 Danish shipping and offshore energy conglomerate Maersk Group reported its profit at US$ 224 million for the first quarter of 2016, a drop of 86 percent compared to $ 1.6 billion seen in the same period a year earlier.   Hit by low oil prices and freight rates


APM Terminals Broaden Portfolio, Business Model

TCB Barcelona container terminal photo  APM Terminals

APM Terminals’ increased invested capital to USD $6.2 billion in 2015 as ongoing strategic plans to drive portfolio growth, improve productivity and safety performance, generated USD $4.2 billion in revenue, and a profit for the year of USD $654 million.


APM Terminals Mumbai Switches to Paperless transactions

APM Terminals Mumbai Photo APM

APM Terminals Mumbai became the first Indian container terminal to go paperless by providing shipping lines electronically with the required Export Form 13 for export containers entering the terminal by truck. Building upon the success of the Export e-Form 13


APM Terminals Pipavav Receives First Domestic Ro/Ro Service Call

IDM Symex birthed at Pipvav Port Photo APM Terminals

APM Terminals Pipavav welcomed the IDM Symex, which arrived with a cargo of 800 Hyundai cars loaded at the Port of Chennai on February 5th, in a pioneering use of economical and environmentally-friendly coastal transportation of Indian-manufactured automobiles


Bidding for Davao Port Project Moved to March

Photo: Philippine Ports Authority Port Mananagement Office of Davao

 The Department of Transportation and Communications (DOTC) has moved the bid submission for the Davao Sasa Port Modernization public-private partnership (PPP) project to   March 28 from Feb. 26 to give interested firms more time to prepare their offers.  


APM Terminals Vado Orders 19 Straddle Carriers

Kalmar straddle carriers Photo APM Terminals Vado

APM Terminals has signed a contract for the delivery of 19 advanced container handlers which will employ advanced diesel/electric power sourcing to increase fuel efficiency and reduce emissions for Italy’s newest container terminal.  


APM Terminals Buenos Aires Wins Safety Award

APM Terminals Buenos Aires wins Innovation in Safety Award Photo APM Terminals

ICHCA’s inaugural International ‘Innovation in Safety’ Award was presented in recognition of APM Terminals Buenos Aires Terminal 4’s “Safety Logging System”.   Barcelona, Spain – APM Terminals Buenos Aires


APM Terminals Pipavav, Tatas Ink KVY Project Deal

Tata Trust Project Launching Photo APM Terminals

APM Terminals Pipavav one of Western India’s gateway ports, in collaboration with Tata Trust CSPC (Coastal Salinity Prevention Cell) has launched Kharash Vistarotthan Yojana (KVY), a project which aims to strengthen community based institutions through promotion of improved farming practices


Salalah Port Inks Iran Deals

Oman's top port Salalah has signed trade agreements with key Iranian terminals in the latest efforts by the Gulf country to boost shipping ties with Tehran following the lifting of international sanctions.   Measures against Iran were lifted in January as part of a nuclear deal with world


APM Terminals Wraps Up TCB Acquisition

TCB Barcelona container terminal photo APM

APM Terminals has completed the USD 1 billion acquisition of Spanish Grup Maritim TCB’s port and rail interests. APM Terminals has yet to receive approval for three of 11 terminals under Grup Maritim TCB, but has decided to move ahead with the acquisition


Maersk to Boost Investments in Ghana

Maersk Group CEO, Nils S. Andersen. Photo: Maersk

 Maersk Group says it is committed to a long-term partnership with Ghana, and will boost its investments in the country.   Accroding to local media report, the Maersk Group Chief Executive Officer, Nils S. Andersen, revealed that Maersk is interested in playing an active role in


APM Terminals Pipavav Welcomes INDFEX Service

The first vessel m.v. WANHAI 509 berthed at Pipavav at 1048 hours / 14 March, 2016.

APM Terminals Pipavav (Gujarat Pipavav Port Ltd), one of western India’s gateway ports, today announced the commencement of the INDFEX service at Pipavav.   The INDFEX ( India – Far East Express ) is run in consortium with Wanhai, K-Line, Shipping Corporation of India






 
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