APM Terminals has implemented its industry-leading global container tracking solution in Valencia. Known as Track & Trace, customers can now access real-time data for their containers, check live vessel schedules and cut-off times, save containers to a Container Watchlist and set up email notifications.
APIs have become the global standard for providing secure, real-time data in the apps we rely on in our daily lives – from banking to google maps.
The Port of Salalah has climbed four positions from sixth place in the Container Ports Performance Index (CPPI) 2020 to second place globally in the CPPI 2021 report published by the World Bank-S&P Global Market Intelligence.
Côte d’Ivoire Terminal has taken delivery of six electric fleet gantry cranes and 14 electric terminal tractors. Following the delivery of six electric gantry cranes starting this summer, the terminal is on track to be operational in November this year.
This year, the Port of Salalah, Oman, has brought sixteen new eco-efficient, rubber-tyred gantry cranes (RTG’s) from ZPMC into operation and three new mobile harbour cranes from Liebherr.
Admiral Container Lines has added APM Terminals Castellón and two Isreali ports to its TMM service, which now connects Turkey, Spain, Isreal, Egypt and Morrocco.
Remarkable asset turn and operational efficiency improvements have been achieved on APM Terminals’ West Africa network primarily through the implementation of Fixed Berthing Windows.
Despite a challenging year for the global logistics market, APM Terminals Pecém reports a two-digit frowth for the second consecutive year, registering close to 430,000 TEUs in 2021.
APM Terminals Mumbai also known as Gateway Terminals India (GTI) will invest US$115 million in infrastructure development that will increase the container handling capacity.