Dredging

Launch of Van Oord's 18,000m3 TSHD Vox Amalia credit Van Oord
Dutch dredging and offshore giant Van Oord’s new generation trailing suction hopper dredger (TSHD) Vox Amalia has been successfully launched at the LaNaval shipyard in Bilbao, Spain.

Port of Gothenburg

It is the first significant expansion of the port since the 1970s, and laboratory tests were now being complemented by a major field trial.


Jawaharlal Nehru Port

The dredging work will allow 12,500 teu container ships to dock at Jawaharlal Nehru Port. JNPT currently has a depth of only 14 m.


Jawaharlal Nehru Port

The bidder quoting the lowest fee for the work will be awarded the deal which is expected to be finalised in the next few days.


Felixstowe

The biggest container port in the country, Felixstowe will also order two new ZPMC ship-to-shore cranes for Berths 8&9 able to handle the largest container ships afloat. 


DEME’s newbuilding Bonny River is to get the first DP2 dynamic positioning system. Credit: Royal IHC.

As part of the forthcoming IHS DPC feature on dredging and port software, Tony Slinn talks to key sector companies to discuss trends and influences


Boskalis CEO Peter Berdowski

The impairment charge related to the downturn in the offshore sector. The company saw further declines in revenue having enjoyed two years of growth.


Karachi port.

Initiated in 2007 and supposed to have come on stream in April 2011, the terminal has been built under a USD1.4 billion joint venture between Karachi Port Trust (KPT) and Hutchinson Port Holdings’s subsidiary South Asia Pakistan Terminals (SAPT).


Ships passing on the Elbe are currently limited in size, width and draught. Credit: Port of Hamburg.

In ruling that Germany’s largest seaport of Hamburg must address certain environmental issues and amend its dredging plan before deepening can begin, the Federal Administrative Court in Leipzig gave the port of Hamburg a conditional green light in February to deepen its River Elbe access channel. 


Damen operates 9 yards in the Netherlands.

The redundancies were part of a reorganisation affecting Damen Shiprepair Rotterdam, Damen Shiprepair Van Brink, and Damen Shiprepair Vlissingen, the Dutch company explained.