Dredging

NMDC Breaks Several Records on New Suez Canal Project

 UAE dredging and marine construction firm National Marine Dredging Company (NMDC) has announced the completion of the New Suez Canal project.   The $8bn (£5bn)

Cambodia: Anti-dredging Protests Heat Up in Koh Kong

 The The Phnom Penh Post reported that activists have continued their campaign to drive out sand dredging companies from Koh Kong province’s Botum Sakor district,

Philippine Port Project Draws Multi-National Attention

MANILA, July 29 (Reuters) - A 18.99 billion pesos ($417.91 million) project to modernise a port in the southern Philippines has attracted interest from five groups,

Idreco Delivers Dredger for Hydro-Dam in Congo

Idreco (International Dredger Constructions) of the Netherlands informs it has designed, built and installed its second dredger, an ISD 600 with a digging depth of 30 meters,

Work Begins on $1.6 bln Container Terminal at Jebel Ali Port

DP World Chairman Sultan Ahmed Bin Sulayem announced the start of construction work on a brand new container terminal at Jebel Ali Port, Dubai.   Phase 1 of the

Korea Plans Big for Busan Port

Port of Busan aims to handle 13 million TEU of trans-shipment cargo by 2020 ranking it number two in the world.    A long-term vision and strategy to develop

NMDC Completes New Suez Canal

 National Marine Dredging Company (NMDC), the UAE's leading dredging and marine construction company, has announced the completion of the New Suez Canal project

Shippers Demand Probe of Abandoned Calabar Port Dredging

 The Nigerian Shippers Council (NSC) in Cross River State has urged President Muhammadu Buhari to probe the N20 billion contract awarded to Calabar Channel Management

Dredging Company Sentenced for Worker’s Death

Dredging NZ has been fined $79,500 and ordered to pay $42,000 in reparation after the death of a worker, crushed on a dredging barge in West Park Marina, Auckland,

Trial Operation for New Suez Canal to Begin This Week

 The CEO of the New Suez Canal’s dredging works Wagdy Zaki has said that all preparations have been made to start the trial operation for the New Suez Canal next Saturday.

Wartsila to Equip Giant Dredger

  A contract has been signed with the Tianjin Dredging Company, part of the China Communication Construction Company (CCCC) and the recently founded Dredging Group,

Redwood City Proposes Port Deepening Project

Recommended $73 Million Plan for Redwood City Navigation Improvement Program; Public Hearing Set for August 10   A recommended $73 million plan to deepen the

Double Milestone for Ellicott Dredges

Ellicott Dredges celebrates 1,000 day safety record and 130 years of business   The employees of Ellicott Dredges LLC in Baltimore had two reasons for celebration this week, the company announced.

Magdalena River Project Dredges Up Economic Promise

The hulking backhoe dredges up rocks and silt from the shallows of the muddy Magdalena River in the first laborious step to transform the waterway into an engine of economic growth.

Dredging Mega Projects

According to the International Association of Dredging Companies’ (IADC) Dredging Figures 2013, the global dredging turnover grew nearly 3% in 2013, nearly hitting the $13 billion mark.

Rohde Nielsen Bags Port Tauranga Dredging Contract

 Danish dredging company Rohde Nielsen has won the tender to complete dredging at the Port of Tauranga, New Zealand's largest port company.   The capital dredging

Water Conservation Measures at Panama Canal

  The water levels at Gatun and Madden Lakes are currently well below the expected levels for this time of year. Based on a comprehensive analysis of historic data,

BMT Awarded Port Geographe Coastal Engineering Contract

BMT JFA Consultants (BMT), a subsidiary of BMT Group,  has been awarded a contract by the Western Australian Department of Transport (DoT) to provide services as

Charleston Harbor Deepening Gets US Funding

Charleston Harbor deepening project earns key federal funding for preconstruction engineering and design; U.S. Army Corps of Engineers allocates $1.303 million

European Court Ups Standards for River Dredging

The European Court of Justice (ECJ) ruled on Wednesday that damage to water quality must be considered when authorities approve river dredging to expand ports,

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