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PORTS & TERMINALSNEWS ROUND-UP


Watco acquires Houston facility


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atco Companies has acquired the leasehold ownership of Industrial Terminals, located on the Houston Ship


Channel, from Industrial Maritime Carriers (IMC) and Intermarine. The parties have entered into a long-term agreement that will see Intermarine continue to use the Industrial Terminals facility. Watco has also entered into a long-term


agreement with Intermarine for the provision of stevedoring and terminal services. Intermarine staff will remain located at Industrial Terminals. Industrial Terminals consists of three deepwater berths designed for heavy lift and breakbulk cargo handling. It also features 90 acres (36.4 ha) of marshalling and storage areas, direct rail and truck access alongside the ship berths, as well as a barge terminal. Watco also owns and operates Greens Port Industrial Park, located on the Houston Ship Channel, adjacent to the Industrial Terminals


Industrial Terminals consists of three deepwater berths designed for heavy lift and breakbulk cargo handling.


facility. Combined, the two properties comprise 746 acres (301 ha), seven berths and more than 5,000 ft (1,524 m) of dock space. Watco said that the combination of Industrial


Terminals with its existing Greens Port assets will enable it to provide additional berthing and yard capacity, while expanding its service offerings to its customers in Houston.


HHLA buys Transiidikeskuse H


amburger Hafen und Logistik (HHLA) has acquired Estonia’s


Transiidi keskuse, a terminal operator located close to the port of Muuga, near Tallinn. Transiidikeskuse is a container freight and multipurpose cargo terminal operator which handles a range


of cargoes, including breakbulk and ro-ro.


The deal is expected to be completed in the second quarter of 2018. Transiidi keskuse will become a subsidiary of HHLA International. Transiidikeskuse’s owner and


founder, Anatoli Kanajev, will join the supervisory board.


DP World wins DRC port concession D V


P World has been awarded a 30-year concession for the


management and development of a greenfield multipurpose port project in Banana, Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). The agreement, which has an option of a 20-year


extension, will see DP World set up a joint venture with the government of DRC, with the former holding a 70 percent stake and the government controlling the remaining 30 percent. Construction is expected to start in 2018 and take approximately 24 months to complete.


Van der Vlist ups capacity


an der Vlist has taken delivery of a Liebherr LHM-280 mobile harbour


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crane at its multipurpose terminal in Moerdijk, the Netherlands.


May/June 2018 15 NEWS IN BRIEF


Townsville opens berth The port of Townsville in Australia has completed the AUD40.7 million (USD31.2 million) upgrade of its Berth 4 container and general cargo facility. The two-year project has resulted in a full upgrade of the inner harbour berth, enabling larger vessels to call at the port.


Pronto for Rotterdam The port of Rotterdam has launched its latest digital application, Pronto. The port claims the application will enable ships visiting the gateway to cut their waiting time by an average of 20 percent.


San Giorgio adds MHC Konecranes is set to deliver a Gottwald Model 7 mobile harbour crane (MHC) to Italy’s Terminal San Giorgio. The crane, which will be commissioned in June 2018 in Genoa, will handle containers, general and project cargo at the multipurpose terminal.


more news at www.heavyliftpfi.com


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