Despite the challenges posed by the ongoing global pandemic, the Port of Salalah not only finished 2020 with record breaking container volume, but also achieved world class efficiency.
Reflecting on the year’s events that have impacted the logistics industry – the Suez Canal blockage, COVID-19, and just this week a major cyclone taking out electricity supplies to the company’s terminal in Pipavav.
APM Terminals Elizabeth proudly welcomes the 16,022 TEU CMA CGM Marco Polo – the largest container ship to call the US East Coast.
Launched in collaboration with GatewayRail, this new weekly double-stacked train service provides scheduled landside movement of automotive parts and components in addition to ocean transportation already offered to Maersk´s Indian customers
Once the dedicated terminal is operational, APM Terminals Gothenburg will add a sustainable short-sea solution to its offering and become Sweden’s only full-service terminal.
The information will be shared continuously and offer the position and trajectory of machinery, vehicles, and people in real time, enabling traffic coordination and warning drivers in the event of an accident risk.
In 2021, APM Terminals Moín (Costa Rica) celebrates two years of operations. 80% of Costa Rica’s containers go through the terminal, making the facility essential for the country’s supply chains.
APM Terminals Elizabeth embarked on a decarbonizing plan in 2016 as part of a multi-year effort to reduce energy consumption through improved efficiency, equipment upgrades, and electrification to reduce emissions and create a safer, cleaner working environment for employees.
Despite headwinds from the COVID-19 pandemic and disruptions to global supply chains, APM Terminals secured an all-time high for container activity in Denmark during 2020.