APM Terminals

02 Apr 2014
Maersk Group signed an agreement with China Shipping paving the way for negotiations on further collaboration on new container terminal projects and the establishment of joint ventures with its port arm, APM Terminals.
19 Aug 2013
Damco slumped to a second quarter loss of $8 million from a $28 million profit a year earlier, as lower ocean container traffic more than offset strong growth in its air freight and supply chain management operations.
The Maersk Mc-Kinney Møller is 400 meters in length, 59 meters wide and 73 meters in height.
19 Aug 2013
APM Terminals Rotterdam terminal in the Netherlands has welcomed the inaugural call of the 18,000 20-foot-equivalent-unit Maersk Mc-Kinney Møller, a Triple E vessel.
Terminal at Port of Rotterdam
16 Aug 2013
APM Terminals boosted second quarter operating profit to $179 million from $160 million a year ago even as traffic stalled in a growing global market.
15 Aug 2013
Contargo has agreed to buy APM Terminals’ intermodal terminal in Neuss, Germany, for an undisclosed sum.
13 Aug 2013
The Port of Virginia is experiencing an influx of rail cargo at Norfolk International Terminals and APM Terminals in Portsmouth as a result of peak season volume...
The Cap San Nicholas is the largest vessel to ever call at the Port of Buenos Aires.
02 Aug 2013
The Hamburg Süd Cap San Nicholas, a 9,700 20-foot-equivalent unit capacity vessel, has called at the Port of Buenos Aires, discharging about 800 containers at the APM Terminals Terminal 4 facility.
30 Jul 2013
Gujarat Pipavav Port in India handled 0.143 million 20-foot-equivalent units of container cargo in the second quarter of 2013, increasing 17 percent year-over-year.
Brasil Terminal Portuario at the Port of Santos.
30 Jul 2013
The Brazilian Institute of Environmental and Renewable Natural Resources has issued an operating license to Brasil Terminal Portuario, officially opening the new terminal.
26 Jul 2013
APM Terminals Apapa in Nigeria is expected to receive five new rubber-tire gantry cranes out of a series of 10 in August as part of its third phase of a $135 million terminal upgrade.
24 Jul 2013
Global terminal operators APM Terminals and DP World are among the five organizations pre-qualified for the contract to build and operate a new container terminal at India’s Port of Kolkata.
High-cube containers are 9 feet 6 inches tall, so stacked one on top of another, the double stack reaches 19 feet over and above the flat wagon height.
22 Jul 2013
Gujarat Pipavav Port, owned by APM Terminals in India, has upgraded its rail infrastructure and is now able to carry double-stack, high-cube containers on trains.

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