Container Terminal at Port of Gothenburg To Be Fossil-Free by 2020

Chennai: Port Wings News Network: The new “Green Gothenburg Gateway”-initiative launched by APM Terminals Gothenburg will make the container terminal at the Port of Gothenburg fossil-free by 2020. A machine park completely run on renewable fuels, a doubling of rail-borne freight and optimising of loading and discharge operations. These are …

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ICTSI To More Than Double Container Capacity in DR Congo

Chennai: Port Wings News Network: International Container Terminal Services, Inc. (ICTSI) has, together with its local partners, initiated the second phase expansion of its Matadi Gateway Terminal (MGT), located 92 miles upstream on the left bank of the Congo River, Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). The Phase 2 expansion …

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Russian Railways Will Help Building a Railway Line in Mongolia

Chennai: Port Wings News Network: Sergey Stolyarov, Acting Director General of RZD International LLC, and Damdinsuren Zhigzhidnyamaa, Head of JSC Ulaanbaatar Railway (JSC UBTZ), signed an agreement for technical consulting services on the implementation of the Tavantolgoi-Dzunbayan railway construction project in Mongolia on 3 December 2019. Under the agreement, RZD …

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Editorial: International Maritime Organization Appreciates India

Port Wings, 4 Dec 2019: International Maritime Organization (IMO) has appreciated India’s decision of accession to the Hong Kong International Convention, 2009. IMO, during its ongoing 31st session in London, UK has highly appreciated India’s decision of accession to the Hong Kong International Convention, 2009. Compliments of the Secretary General …

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Gothenburg in Nordic Port Cooperation for Sustainable Transport

Chennai: Port Wings News Network: The Port of Gothenburg has joined a collaboration with ten other Nordic ports. In a signed declaration, the ports have agreed to cooperate, exchange information and share approaches in a number of areas relating to the environment and climate. By connecting land and sea – …

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