2004

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News Release
26th April 2004

Thamesport Introduces Innovative Vehicle Pager System

Thamesport (London) Limited has further enhanced its reputation as the UK’s most technologically-advanced port with the recent introduction of an electronic vehicle pager system, aimed at reducing handling times for hauliers, and significantly increasing productivity and efficiency at the Port.

News Release
20th April 2004

YICT Raises Funds to Develop Phase III Project

With a total investment of HK$6.6 billion, the Phase III Project includes four 9,000-plus TEU vessel berths along with the necessary support facilities

News Release
6th April 2004

HPH Cultivates Future Industry Leaders

Established in 2002, the programme aims to identify and foster management talent for global deployment and long-term succession planning.

News Release
1st April 2004

Thamesport Boosts Operations with New Vehicles

To further enhance operations, Thamesport (London) Limited has ordered 11 new terminal tractors from manufacturer Terberg DTS.

News Release
24th March 2004

Port of Felixstowe Welcomes Enhanced Feeder Links

The Port of Felixstowe welcomed the recent decision by Feederlink to increase its frequency between Felixstowe and South-Shields (Tyne) to twice-weekly sailings from the beginning of April 2004.

News Release
27th February 2004

XICT Purchases Two New Quay Cranes

Xiamen International Container Terminals (XICT) has announced the purchase of two super post-Panamax quay cranes to further strengthen the terminal’s productivity as well as enhance the competitiveness of the Haicang Port Zone.

News Release
24th February 2004

Port of Felixstowe Takes Delivery of New Cranes

Ten new Rubber-Tyred Gantry Cranes (RTGCs), and one Ship-to-Shore Gantry Crane (SSGC) have arrived at the Port of Felixstowe from Zhenhua Port Machinery Company (ZPMC) of Shanghai.

News Release
3rd February 2004

Ensenada Cruiseport Village New Passenger Record

Ensenada Cruiseport Village (ECV), situated on the Baja California Pacific coast of Mexico, has recorded its busiest year for cruise passengers.

News Release
29th January 2004

JICT Boosts Operations with New Equipment

To further enhance operations, Jakarta International Container Terminal (JICT) launched six new Rubber-Tyred Gantry Cranes (RTGCs) and 13 terminal tractors

News Release
22nd January 2004

Harwich International Port Welcomes Improved Harwich – Gothenburg Service

On 15th January, the sailing schedule on DFDS’ Harwich-Gothenburg “Anglobridge” service was upgraded to three departures per week, in each direction.

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