• 'One port to rule them all': How well does Gawadar fare against the rest | 2016

    Gawadar port is being built in Pakistan by the Chinese as part of the ambitious $46 billion China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) that will eventually serve as Hong Kong West for growing Chinese trade with the Middle East and Europe. CPEC will also enable Pakistan to bypass Afghanistan to trade with Central Asia through China across China's borders with Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan. Gwadar port's planned capacity when it is completed will be 300 to 400 million tons of cargo annually. It is comparable to the capacity of all of India's ports combined annual capacity of 500 million tons of cargo today. It is far larger than the 10-12 million tons cargo handling capacity planned for Chabahar. To put Gwadar's scale in perspective, let's compare it with the largest US port of...

    published: 31 Jul 2016
  • Kenya port capacity gets a boost with new terminal

    Kenya has commissioned a new container terminal at the Port of Mombasa to boost its cargo handling capacity. The two-hundred and 96-million dollar facility is expected to increase cargo volume by 50 percent. Kenya's President Uhuru Kenyatta says the completion of the terminal marks another milestone for the maritime sector, as well as Kenya's bid to facilitate the region's international trade. The new terminal will ramp up Mombasa's existing annual cargo handling capacity from 1million to 1.6 million.

    published: 06 Sep 2016
  • Extreme Engineering Megastrucutres China's Port Documenry 2016

    China's coastal ports enable the transportation of coal, containers, imported iron ore, and grain; roll-on-roll-off operations between mainland and islands; and deep-water access to the sea. In port construction, China has especially strengthened the container transport system, concentrating on the construction of a group of deep-water container wharves at Dalian, Tianjin, Qingdao, Shanghai, Ningbo, Xiamen and Shenzhen, and thus laying the foundations for China's container hubs. A new deep-water port has opened in Yangshan southeast of Shanghai. The coal transportation system has been further strengthened with the construction of a number of coal transport wharves. In addition, wharves handling crude oil and iron ore imports have been reconstructed or expanded. At the end of 2004, China's ...

    published: 12 Dec 2016
  • Austral Construction - Webb Dock Port Capacity Project

    published: 22 Mar 2016
  • Cargo Demand Stretching Port Capacity

    Increased economic activity within the East African region is now opening up opportunities for freighting company's looking to meet the demand. Watch KTN Streaming LIVE from Kenya 24/7 on http://www.ktnkenya.tv Follow us on http://www.twitter.com/ktnkenya Like us on http://www.facebook.com/ktnkenya

    published: 20 Aug 2013
  • Oman’s Sohar Port to expand capacity, and more top stories

    published: 03 Aug 2015
  • Somalia/Mogadishu International Port

    Our Albayrak Group commenced its activities with the construction sector in 1996, executed projects only within the construction sector until 1982 and in that year entered the personnel transportation sector. The Albayrak group, which achieved an expansion parallel to the growth of the national economy, had sustained Turkey with the group’s investments in new sectors. With over 20 corporations, the Albayrak Group is constantly growing and continuing its operations in 6 different sectors; construction, real estate investment, industry, logistics, service, news media and tourism. The Albayrak Group, which had arrived at this point by giving over 5000 people a job opportunity, is looking at the future of Turkey with an unshakeable trust. Our group had entered the logistics sector with the p...

    published: 30 Jun 2015
  • Ultra High Capacity 50000mAh 185Wh 6 Port (5/12/20V) Portable Charger, Kayo Maxtar

    Something I did not add to the review when first noted is a note on a USB load inducer, which is also utilized in testing. 34000 MaH at 5V, and higher at the 3.7V rate (around 46,000), which is a huge output level. The Kayo Maxtar 6-port 50,000 mAh ultra-high capacity charger is a force to be reckoned with, and I say that as someone that is obsessed with power banks as of late. This is the 31st power bank I have owned and the largest by and far, and it is also the only one I have truly been able to keep multiple devices including a laptop charged with because of the sheer amount of charge this is capable of holding. Before beginning the review, I want to note that this is the 3rd item I have tried from this manufacturer and each one has done remarkably well. I utilize a variety of testi...

    published: 18 Oct 2015
  • Qatar's port at capacity as blockade continues

    (7 Jul 2017) The head of Qatar's main commercial port said on Friday that it is operating "at full capacity" but that it has not seen an increase in traffic after borders were closed by its neighbouring countries. Qatar depends almost entirely on food imports to feed its roughly 2 million residents, much of which previously came through its only land border, which it shares with Saudi Arabia. Early last month, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain broke ties with Qatar and restricted access to land, sea and air routes over allegations it funds extremism — an accusation Doha rejects. The countries delivered a list of demands to end the embargo over a week ago, and have said that more economic isolation could follow should Doha fail to meet them. The move has left...

    published: 12 Jul 2017
  • Port Capacity Project – Maritime Works Package - McConnell Dowell Constructors (Aust) Pty Ltd

    Australian Construction Achievement Awards 2017 Finalist

    published: 13 Jul 2017
  • New Mesaieed Port Giant Project Qatar 2011-2016

    Qatar is currently constructing a new container port located between the municipalities of Al Wakrah and Mesaieed. The new port is set to replace the existing Doha Port when the first phase starts operating in early 2016, with an initial cargo handling capacity of two million TEU. The initial idea to construct the port was announced in June 2007. The environmental permit for the construction of the port has been realised and the construction WORKS began in October 2011. The first concrete for the port's quay wall was laid in July 2012. It is considered to be the largest port development project in the world to be built on unused land. It is expected that it will require an INVESTMENT of QAR 27bn ($7.4bn). The New Port Project (NPP) will also comprise of constructing a new naval base for t...

    published: 31 Mar 2015
  • Interview: Port of Mombasa, region's busiest, to run out of capacity by 2023

    Traffic estimates from the Kenyan government, suggest that by 2023, the port of Mombasa will run out of room to handle more cargo, at present growth rates. That's why an entirely new port is being built, some 200 kilometers north of Mombasa in Lamu, with road, air and rail links from it, to the horn of Africa, and East Africa. Earlier, I spoke to Silvester Kasuku, CEO of the LAPSSET Authority, and asked him how much all of this, will cost the Kenyan taxpayer Subscribe to us on YouTube: http://ow.ly/Zvqj30aIsgY Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cgtnafrica/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/cgtnafrica

    published: 02 Jun 2017
  • NewPriok Port Project-Container Terminal 1

    The NewPriok Project is expected to greatly increase Jakarta's port capacity and possess a port depth of 20m to accommodate larger and newer types of vessels more than 10,000 TEUs that are currently unable to dock in Indonesia. Additionally, the company expects continued support from the new government, as the NewPriok Terminal would fulfill one of the main goals of Jokowi's sea-toll programs.

    published: 11 Mar 2015
  • Corozal Port To Enhance Capacity in Pacific Side of the Panama Canal

    The Panama Canal Expansion will open new opportunities for international maritime trade. To offer an enhanced service to the maritime industry, the Panama Canal has among its new projects the development of a port in the area of Corozal to improve capacity in the Pacific side of the waterway. This project will increase the benefits of Panama’s geographical position by bring new possibilities to the larger vessels that will transit through the expanded Canal.

    published: 17 Dec 2014
  • north american container port capacity a literature review

    Inquiry: https://goo.gl/iVdl1V?18319

    published: 31 Mar 2017
  • Terminal expansion planned at Prince Rupert Port will bring capacity above 1.3 million TEUs | JOC

    Brian Friesen spoke to JOC.com about the unique model of Canada's Port of Prince Rupert rail business, which is focused on interior point intermodal movement. He also discusses trends in the industry from big ships to increased shipper involvement at the port level, as well as expansion plans.

    published: 26 Nov 2015
'One port to rule them all': How well does Gawadar fare against the rest | 2016

'One port to rule them all': How well does Gawadar fare against the rest | 2016

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Gawadar port is being built in Pakistan by the Chinese as part of the ambitious $46 billion China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) that will eventually serve as Hong Kong West for growing Chinese trade with the Middle East and Europe. CPEC will also enable Pakistan to bypass Afghanistan to trade with Central Asia through China across China's borders with Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan. Gwadar port's planned capacity when it is completed will be 300 to 400 million tons of cargo annually. It is comparable to the capacity of all of India's ports combined annual capacity of 500 million tons of cargo today. It is far larger than the 10-12 million tons cargo handling capacity planned for Chabahar. To put Gwadar's scale in perspective, let's compare it with the largest US port of Long Beach which handles 80 million tons of cargo, about a quarter of what Gwadar will handle upon completion of the project. Gawadar port will be capable of handling the world's largest container ships and massive oil tankers. Gwadar port's planned capacity when it is completed will be 300 to 400 million tons of cargo annually. It is comparable to the capacity of all of India's ports combined annual capacity of 500 million tons of cargo today. It is far larger than the 10-12 million tons cargo handling capacity planned for Chabahar.
https://wn.com/'One_Port_To_Rule_Them_All'_How_Well_Does_Gawadar_Fare_Against_The_Rest_|_2016
Kenya port capacity gets a boost with new terminal

Kenya port capacity gets a boost with new terminal

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Kenya has commissioned a new container terminal at the Port of Mombasa to boost its cargo handling capacity. The two-hundred and 96-million dollar facility is expected to increase cargo volume by 50 percent. Kenya's President Uhuru Kenyatta says the completion of the terminal marks another milestone for the maritime sector, as well as Kenya's bid to facilitate the region's international trade. The new terminal will ramp up Mombasa's existing annual cargo handling capacity from 1million to 1.6 million.
https://wn.com/Kenya_Port_Capacity_Gets_A_Boost_With_New_Terminal
Extreme Engineering Megastrucutres China's Port  Documenry 2016

Extreme Engineering Megastrucutres China's Port Documenry 2016

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China's coastal ports enable the transportation of coal, containers, imported iron ore, and grain; roll-on-roll-off operations between mainland and islands; and deep-water access to the sea. In port construction, China has especially strengthened the container transport system, concentrating on the construction of a group of deep-water container wharves at Dalian, Tianjin, Qingdao, Shanghai, Ningbo, Xiamen and Shenzhen, and thus laying the foundations for China's container hubs. A new deep-water port has opened in Yangshan southeast of Shanghai. The coal transportation system has been further strengthened with the construction of a number of coal transport wharves. In addition, wharves handling crude oil and iron ore imports have been reconstructed or expanded. At the end of 2004, China's coastal ports had over 2,500 berths of medium size or above, of which 650 were 10,000-ton-class berths; their handling capacity was 61.5 million standard containers for the year, ranking first in the world. Freight volumes handled by some large ports exceed 100 million tons a year; and the Shanghai, Shenzhen, Qingdao, Tianjin, Guangzhou, Xiamen, Ningbo and Dalian have been listed among the world's top 50 container ports. . Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7eMdkXyqdVqwq8NG_uH5eA?sub_confirmation=1
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Austral Construction - Webb Dock Port Capacity Project

Austral Construction - Webb Dock Port Capacity Project

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Cargo Demand Stretching Port Capacity

Cargo Demand Stretching Port Capacity

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Increased economic activity within the East African region is now opening up opportunities for freighting company's looking to meet the demand. Watch KTN Streaming LIVE from Kenya 24/7 on http://www.ktnkenya.tv Follow us on http://www.twitter.com/ktnkenya Like us on http://www.facebook.com/ktnkenya
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Oman’s Sohar Port to expand capacity, and more top stories

Oman’s Sohar Port to expand capacity, and more top stories

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Somalia/Mogadishu International Port

Somalia/Mogadishu International Port

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Our Albayrak Group commenced its activities with the construction sector in 1996, executed projects only within the construction sector until 1982 and in that year entered the personnel transportation sector. The Albayrak group, which achieved an expansion parallel to the growth of the national economy, had sustained Turkey with the group’s investments in new sectors. With over 20 corporations, the Albayrak Group is constantly growing and continuing its operations in 6 different sectors; construction, real estate investment, industry, logistics, service, news media and tourism. The Albayrak Group, which had arrived at this point by giving over 5000 people a job opportunity, is looking at the future of Turkey with an unshakeable trust. Our group had entered the logistics sector with the personnel transportation in 1982, and became the leader of the sector within four years. Following the takeover of the management of the Trabzon Port in 2003, the Albayrak Group has made crucial contributions to the regional and national economy. A short while after this takeover, the handling capacity of the port had been raised from 3.9 million tons to 5 million tons through new investments and modernization studies. In the same manner, the Trabzon Port had reached 1,537,000 tons, in terms of handled material, and grabbed a slice of history with a 500% increase in container traffic. The Trabzon Port, which possesses a 1252-meter dock length, is providing continuous service in operations like; a 3-million-ton storage, a roll-on/roll-off access with 2000 vessel acceptance and a 250,000-passenger capacity, pouring, the port guidance of cargo and open transit materials, port location and clearance operations. The Albayrak Group is aiming to turn the Trabzon Port into the biggest port of the Black Sea Region with short and mid-term investments. The Albayrak Group continue to make its investments in the port sector that has an important position in the logistics field by means of taking over the 20-year-long management rights of the Mogadishu Port in Somali, which is the brother country of and has an important place for Turkey. With this new venture, the Albayrak Group is glad to acquire one of the ports in Eastern Africa, which carries great strategic importance, on 21 September 2014 with an agreement in the form of taking a share from 45% of the port’s revenue and giving the 55% share to the Somali government. In order to bring the port up to world standards, along with the equipment investments made for the port, before the takeover, and the placing of the Turkish management personnel that are experts in their related subjects, short and mid-term investments are also being planned. The port also became a new income source for the Somali citizens, in terms of new personnel being included in the working team. Our group, which is aiming for non-negligible developments in the development of the Somali economy that already has crucial resources, will be making an effort in installing new lines to the port, which will be serving vital international customers like MSC, SIMA TECH, CMA-CGM, and especially will be using its own past experiences in order to turn the port into a transit one.
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Ultra High Capacity 50000mAh 185Wh 6 Port (5/12/20V) Portable Charger, Kayo Maxtar

Ultra High Capacity 50000mAh 185Wh 6 Port (5/12/20V) Portable Charger, Kayo Maxtar

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Something I did not add to the review when first noted is a note on a USB load inducer, which is also utilized in testing. 34000 MaH at 5V, and higher at the 3.7V rate (around 46,000), which is a huge output level. The Kayo Maxtar 6-port 50,000 mAh ultra-high capacity charger is a force to be reckoned with, and I say that as someone that is obsessed with power banks as of late. This is the 31st power bank I have owned and the largest by and far, and it is also the only one I have truly been able to keep multiple devices including a laptop charged with because of the sheer amount of charge this is capable of holding. Before beginning the review, I want to note that this is the 3rd item I have tried from this manufacturer and each one has done remarkably well. I utilize a variety of testing methods to make certain that all ports are within their parameters, that everything works properly including regulation and powering down, and they have all done remarkably well here. I take the testing of items that I place my devices in contact with VERY seriously, too, because any subpar performance is unacceptable. I have also been happy with their ability to fielding questions and in relating information. Here, you have a 50000 mAh charger with 6-ports suited to charge quite a few different device types. You have 2 5V/1A USB outputs for action cameras and phones, 2 5V/2.1A USB outputs for charging tablets, a 12V output for cameras, and a 20V output for laptop charging. With regard to laptop charging, you need to check the power bank attached to your laptop and figure this at +/- 5% (or equal) to see if your V will work. If you have any questions on fit, you can contact Kayo Maxtar and they can help you there as well. When it comes to mAh and device charging, you should consider the battery type to determine the amount of charges supplied. This is a simplified method and does not take into account a number of variables, but say the Samsung GS5 has a 2900 mAh battery in it and your camera has a 2100mAh battery in it. If both are almost depleted, you can get a feel for how long 50,000 mAh will last. Some items tout huge numbers, too, but this actually does deliver on the numbers it is touting, which is very impressive. Equally impressive is the way this is designed, with it being nice quality and durable and also smaller than I envisioned. It is going to be larger than a 13,000 mAh charger, per say, but it was far lighter and more compact than I envisioned. I say this as a great thing, too, and something I was impressed by. This comes with a number of ends for device attachment, and a power plug for the device, a carrying case as well.
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Qatar's port at capacity as blockade continues

Qatar's port at capacity as blockade continues

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(7 Jul 2017) The head of Qatar's main commercial port said on Friday that it is operating "at full capacity" but that it has not seen an increase in traffic after borders were closed by its neighbouring countries. Qatar depends almost entirely on food imports to feed its roughly 2 million residents, much of which previously came through its only land border, which it shares with Saudi Arabia. Early last month, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain broke ties with Qatar and restricted access to land, sea and air routes over allegations it funds extremism — an accusation Doha rejects. The countries delivered a list of demands to end the embargo over a week ago, and have said that more economic isolation could follow should Doha fail to meet them. The move has left Qatar, whose only land border is shared with Saudi Arabia, under a de facto blockade by its neighbours. And it has forced the country, which shares its only land border with Saudi Arabia, to look elsewhere for food. On Friday evening, at least five large ships were docking in Hamad Port, unloading sheep from Australia, food products from Turkey, and a ship carrying cars made in South Korea. Port officials say that the port received 212 ships in June, and can process 7.5 million containers a year. Since the blockade, Abdulaziz Nasser Al-Yafei, Hamad Port Director said that they are now depending on two Omani ports, rather than the Emirati Jebel Ali port which is a regional hub. "The only thing that has happened is that the ships in the past were depending on Jebel Ali Port (in Dubai) as a hub port, but now we are cooperating with our brothers in the Sultanate of Oman, and we thank them, of course, for their generous cooperation with us and the quickness of their action," he said. Qatar has increased imports by air of foodstuffs from Turkey, Iran and China since the crisis began. Al-Yafei also said that there are plans to increase the port's capacity, and that they are continuing on schedule, which could be useful as there are few signs of reconciliation between the two sides of the crisis. The bloc of four said in a press conference in Cairo on Thursday that Qatar's response to their demands did not take the situation seriously. On Friday, Qatar called the allegations made against it by four Arab countries that it supports extremist groups as false and defamatory. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/08c3dd0b67d01f793321de9a860e554a Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Port Capacity Project – Maritime Works Package - McConnell Dowell Constructors (Aust) Pty Ltd

Port Capacity Project – Maritime Works Package - McConnell Dowell Constructors (Aust) Pty Ltd

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Australian Construction Achievement Awards 2017 Finalist
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New Mesaieed Port Giant Project  Qatar 2011-2016

New Mesaieed Port Giant Project Qatar 2011-2016

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Qatar is currently constructing a new container port located between the municipalities of Al Wakrah and Mesaieed. The new port is set to replace the existing Doha Port when the first phase starts operating in early 2016, with an initial cargo handling capacity of two million TEU. The initial idea to construct the port was announced in June 2007. The environmental permit for the construction of the port has been realised and the construction WORKS began in October 2011. The first concrete for the port's quay wall was laid in July 2012. It is considered to be the largest port development project in the world to be built on unused land. It is expected that it will require an INVESTMENT of QAR 27bn ($7.4bn). The New Port Project (NPP) will also comprise of constructing a new naval base for the Qatar Emiri Naval Forces and the Qatar ECONOMIC Zone 3 (QEZ3) Canal. The whole project site covers an area of about 26.5 square kilometres. The naval base alone will cover an area of 4.5 square kilometres. The port will have a capacity of six million TEU per annum and will be capable of handling the largest container vessels in the world. Benefits of the New Port Project (NPP) The New Port Project (NPP) forms part of the Qatar National Vision 2030 which aims at converting Qatar into a developed country by 2030. The port will ease the import of goods, which will enable other development projects in Qatar to be realised, as the country prepares to host the FIFA World Cup in 2022. The port will be capable of handling general cargo, bulk grain, livestock and vehicle traffic. It will also feature state-of-the-art facilities to handle the largest cargo vessels, cruise vessels, coastguard vessels and a marine support unit. The port will feature three container terminals, each with a handling capacity of two million TEUs per annum. It will be linked to the proposed Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) rail network, linking the port to the six GCC countries including Qatar, Oman, UAE, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and Bahrain courtesy of: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qDa-6EQVcXE&spfreload=10 http://www.ship-technology.com/projects/new-port-project-npp-qatar-doha/
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Interview: Port of Mombasa, region's busiest, to run out of capacity by 2023

Interview: Port of Mombasa, region's busiest, to run out of capacity by 2023

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Traffic estimates from the Kenyan government, suggest that by 2023, the port of Mombasa will run out of room to handle more cargo, at present growth rates. That's why an entirely new port is being built, some 200 kilometers north of Mombasa in Lamu, with road, air and rail links from it, to the horn of Africa, and East Africa. Earlier, I spoke to Silvester Kasuku, CEO of the LAPSSET Authority, and asked him how much all of this, will cost the Kenyan taxpayer Subscribe to us on YouTube: http://ow.ly/Zvqj30aIsgY Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cgtnafrica/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/cgtnafrica
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NewPriok Port Project-Container Terminal 1

NewPriok Port Project-Container Terminal 1

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The NewPriok Project is expected to greatly increase Jakarta's port capacity and possess a port depth of 20m to accommodate larger and newer types of vessels more than 10,000 TEUs that are currently unable to dock in Indonesia. Additionally, the company expects continued support from the new government, as the NewPriok Terminal would fulfill one of the main goals of Jokowi's sea-toll programs.
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Corozal Port To Enhance Capacity in Pacific Side of the Panama Canal

Corozal Port To Enhance Capacity in Pacific Side of the Panama Canal

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The Panama Canal Expansion will open new opportunities for international maritime trade. To offer an enhanced service to the maritime industry, the Panama Canal has among its new projects the development of a port in the area of Corozal to improve capacity in the Pacific side of the waterway. This project will increase the benefits of Panama’s geographical position by bring new possibilities to the larger vessels that will transit through the expanded Canal.
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north american container port capacity a literature review

north american container port capacity a literature review

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Terminal expansion planned at Prince Rupert Port will bring capacity above 1.3 million TEUs | JOC

Terminal expansion planned at Prince Rupert Port will bring capacity above 1.3 million TEUs | JOC

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Brian Friesen spoke to JOC.com about the unique model of Canada's Port of Prince Rupert rail business, which is focused on interior point intermodal movement. He also discusses trends in the industry from big ships to increased shipper involvement at the port level, as well as expansion plans.
https://wn.com/Terminal_Expansion_Planned_At_Prince_Rupert_Port_Will_Bring_Capacity_Above_1.3_Million_Teus_|_Joc
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