Built-in 2020, the 366-meter-long, 51-meter-wide container ship with a capacity of 15,072 TEUs is the largest vessel ever to call the U.S. East Coast.
With successful implementation of APM Terminals’ standard Terminal Operating System (TOS) Navis N4, APM Terminals Mumbai joins the league of other terminals as part of its global rollout.
The investment will be used to upgrade the port’s existing facilities to handle bigger ships and increase annual container capacity 1.35 to 1.6 million TEUs.
APM Terminals Apapa, Nigeria is the latest terminal in the company’s rollout of public 4G LTE networks at its facilities.
Contracts were signed this month with the China Harbour Engineering Company (CHEC), for the construction of Abidjan’s second container terminal, known as Côte d’Ivoire Terminal (CIT).
This comes shortly after the terminal welcomed the first call of the Hapag Lloyd MIAX service for the transhipment of fresh fruit onto the WAX service destined for Belgium, Europe.
Aarhus Logistics Center divests its container terminal in the port of Aarhus to APM Terminals, with neighboring APM Terminals Aarhus acquiring operations as well as the port areas of ALC.
APM Terminals Gijon has formed an eco-friendly logistic chain connecting major Spanish cities to the UK and Ireland. The solution uses block trains, LNG vessels, and bio-fuel trucks for unbeatable eco-friendly credentials.
Following successful testing at the Turukhtanny customs post in June this year, First Container Terminal will become the first Russian terminal to transfer to a fully paperless export management system for containers.