In its quest to handle logistics unloading & loading, foster urban development and - generally - become a more prestigious city, the Cirebon Government & Indonesian Central Government have agreed to open opportunities for port investment development, better known as the Fisherman Port of Kejawan, located in the Kejawan bay - Cirebon (one city in west java of Indonesia.
The Manila International Container Terminal (MICT), International Container Terminal Services, Inc.’s (ICTSI) flagship operation and the Philippines’ largest, most technologically advanced container terminal, capped 2016 with a milestone as it reached its first year-to-date two millionth TEU move last December. Nominated among the world’s top container terminals for several years, the MICT has an annual capacity of 2.75 million twenty-foot equivalent units (TEU).
Mr. Bin Sulayem: Foreign investors seek world-class infrastructure backed by supply chain capability
Maritime & Transport Business Solutions (MTBS) has been engaged by the Asian Development Bank (ADB) and Sri Lanka Ports Authority (SLPA) to develop Sri Lanka’s National Ports Master Plan. The comprehensive Master Plan aims to strengthen the port sector in Sri Lanka, traditionally a crucial link in the global maritime trade routes. The Master Plan assignment will commence on the 30th of November 2016 and will include technical, operational, commercial, legal, and financial/economic activities relating to the Master Plan’s following three main components.
COSCO Shipping Ports and Qingdao Port International Development become partners with APM Terminals to operate the existing Vado Reefer Terminal, and the new deep-water container terminal under construction in Vado, Italy, opening in 2018.
MOU to explore growth opportunities in Taiwan’s port infrastructure to enhance the country’s trade potential and economic prospects
PSA Corporation Limited (PSA) with the support of theEconomic Development Board (EDB) and the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) has inaugurated the PSA Living Lab, a living laboratory in Singapore for the port and logistics industry, with close to S$100 million committed to the initiativeover the next three years.
As part of continued efforts in testing and developing advanced port technologies, PSA Singapore (PSA) has invested in 22 new Automated Guided Vehicles (AGV) for its container terminals, bringing the fleet to 30 units.