First all-electric terminal tractor at a British port

DP World has announced the arrival of the first ever all-electric terminal tractor at a British port. The Terberg YT203-EV terminal tractor which is entering service at London Gateway will primarily be used for transporting goods the two mile distance from the quayside to a distribution facility at the adjacent logistics park. DP World plans …

Kalmar receives a repeat order for Straddle Carriers from Terminaux de Normandie

Kalmar has received a repeat order from Terminaux de Normandie to supply 12 diesel-electric straddle carriers for use at both Terminal Normandie MSC & Terminal Porte Océane located at the Port of Le Havre. The delivery is expected to be completed during the fourth quarter of 2022. The order follows the delivery of a similar …

Congo Terminal commissioned equipment worth over €1 million

Congo Terminal, a subsidiary of Bolloré Ports, has recently commissioned 10 tractors and 10 trailers worth more than 779 million CFA francs (over €1 million). This is the fourth order for rolling stock since the concession began in 2009. These latest generation YT193 and RT223 tractors, equipped with mobile terminals and connected to the Navis …

Cargotec and Konecranes cancel planned merger

The UK Competition & Markets Authority (“CMA”) has blocked the merger between Cargotec and Konecranes. According to the CMA’s final report issued today, the remedies - which would have removed all overlapping businesses of the two companies and were accepted by the European Commission (“EC”) - would not be effective in addressing the CMA’s concerns …

Konecranes delivers 6 lift trucks to Cameroon terminal

The Container Terminal Management of the Port of Doula has received delivery of 5 Konecranes Liftace reach stackers and 1 empty container handler to increase the productivity of their operations. The order was booked in April 2021, and the lift trucks were handed over in a special on-site ceremony in December.  The five new reach …

First Konecranes all-electric mobile harbour cranes in North America

Port of San Diego has purchased two all-electric Konecranes Gottwald Generation 6 Mobile Harbor Cranes to replace the diesel-powered crane currently in use at the Tenth Avenue Marine Terminal (TAMT). The all-electric, battery-supported mobile harbor cranes will be the first in use in North America and will support the Port’s Maritime Clean Air Strategy (MCAS) …