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PORTS & TERMINALSNEWS ROUND-UP more news at www.heavyliftpfi.com NEWS in BRIEF


Dundee alliance formed An alliance of businesses involved in the North Sea oil and gas decommissioning sector has been established – Forth and Tay Decommissioning (F&TD). F&TD’s goal is to position Dundee as the UK hub for oil and gas decommissioning projects.


bremenports agrees to build Iceland port G


erman port operator bremenports has reached an agreement with three partners to develop a port in northeastern Iceland. Under the deal with two Icelandic


municipalities and Reykjavik-based engineering firm Efla, the parties will establish the Finnafjord Port Development Company (FFPD). Together, over the next several decades, the company will build a deepwater port at Finnafjord in the


GT USA invests at port of Wilmington


GT USA Wilmington, the US arm of Gulftainer, has placed an order with Konecranes for nine all-electric rubber-tyred gantry cranes for its facilities at the port of Wilmington. The units will be delivered in 2019 and 2020, in line with GT


USA’s plans to modernise and improve its infrastructure in Wilmington. In addition to the nine 41-ton (37.2-tonne) rubber-tyred gantry cranes, the order includes three 45-ton (40.8-tonne) reachstackers. GT USA plans to invest


USD100 million in its facilities at the port of Wilmington in 2019. In total, the company will invest USD500 million in a phased development plan aimed at increasing the operational efficiency and overall productivity at the port.


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Port of Wilmington, DE 1 Hausel Rd.


Wilmington, DE 19801 +1 (302) 655-6315


Tioga Marine Terminal 3451 North Delaware Ave Philadelphia, PA 19134 +1 (215) 790-4447


Joseph A. Balzano Marine Terminal 101 Joseph A. Balzano Blvd. Camden, NJ 08103 +1 (856) 541-2773


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Big Bend expanded Port Tampa Bay in Florida has completed the USD63 million expansion of the Big Bend Channel. The project deepened the entrance channel, east/west channel, inner channel, turning basin, and local service facilities at Big Bend from 34 ft (10.4 m) to 43 ft (13.1 m).


municipality of Langanesbyggð. bremenports will initially hold 66 percent of the


shares in FFPD. Efla will control 26 percent of the shares, with the remaining 8 percent owned by the Icelandic municipalities. The proposed site has space for approximately


6 km of quays and the development of more than 1,200 ha of hinterland. Water depth at the bay is approximately 20 m.


Konecranes order Uddevalla Hamnterminal in Sweden has placed an order for a rail-mounted Konecranes Gottwald Model 3 harbour crane. The G HSK 3432 model will be delivered later this year and will be used for lifting project cargo as well as container handling.


Kandla increases capacity Two multipurpose berths have been inaugurated at Deendayal port in Kandla, India, according to Sai Shipping. Each berth has a draught of 13 m and can accommodate 75,000 dwt vessels. The port is also constructing a 21 ha area at each berth.


Baltimore sets record Combined international cargo throughput at the state-owned and privately owned marine terminals at the port of Baltimore totalled a record 43 million tons in 2018.


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