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April 9, 2021

Algoma Central takes delivery of its most efficient vessel with “Equinox 3.0” design

The Algoma Central Corporation recently took delivery of its fifth Equinox Class gearless dry-bulk carrier. The Captain Henry Jackman will be the most efficient vessel in Algoma’s domestic fleet when it arrives from the Jiangsu Yangzi-Mitsui Shipbuilding Company in China in mid-April and begins trading on the Great Lakes this summer. Its “Equinox 3.0” design […]

Algoma Central takes delivery of its most efficient vessel with “Equinox 3.0” design
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The Port of Prince Rupert successfully tests new shorepower capacity
February 2, 2021

The Port of Prince Rupert successfully tests new shorepower capacity

At the Port of Prince Rupert, COSCO Shipping Lines (Canada) Inc. recently participated in the commissioning test of the shorepower installation at DP World’s Fairview Terminal. The CSCL Summer operated off the shore power system for the 24-hour test and appears to have drawn about 27,805 kWh (27.805mWh), averaging 1.183MW per hour. The successful testing […]

Port of San Diego releases 2nd edition of its Blue Economy Incubator Highlights report
January 28, 2021

Port of San Diego releases 2nd edition of its Blue Economy Incubator Highlights report

In 2016 the Port of San Diego established its Blue Economy Incubator as a launchpad for sustainable aquaculture and port-related blue technology ventures. A recently issued update relates that the Board of Port Commissioners has so far approved nine agreements with early-stage companies to launch innovative projects. These include San Diego Bay’s first commercial shellfish […]

New York State’s first wind tower manufacturing site at the Port of Albany
January 20, 2021

New York State’s first wind tower manufacturing site at the Port of Albany

The Port of Albany has been selected as the home base for New York State’s first wind tower manufacturing site. An estimated 350 long-term jobs are expected to be created to produce components for 150 off-shore wind towers annually as part of the state’s plan to become a powerhouse in terms of wind energy. Another […]

Marine highway route federally designated for Port of Hueneme
January 12, 2021

Marine highway route federally designated for Port of Hueneme

At the Port of Hueneme, the SEA LINC Project designed to move cargo off federal and state highways by shifting it to barge transport along Marine Highway 5 (M-5) has been awarded official designation by the U.S. Department of Transportation. SEA LINC, which stands for Spurring Economic Advantages with Logical Investments for New Connectivity, is […]

Port Hueneme has two new hybrid cranes in operation
January 11, 2021

Port Hueneme has two new hybrid cranes in operation

On January 9, Port Hueneme realized the further greening of its cargo operations with the arrival of two new hybrid mobile harbour cranes for a long-time tenant. The more efficient cranes will support additional cargo movement, help to speed the delivery of goods to local stores, as well as reduce air emissions for the neighbouring […]

$29-million cleanup of Milwaukee harbour and three nearby rivers a step closer
January 7, 2021

$29-million cleanup of Milwaukee harbour and three nearby rivers a step closer

The six-year cleanup planned for Milwaukee’s harbour and portions of three area rivers is closer to obtaining its required $29-million budget. In January 2020, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced $19.75 million in federal funding, but the remaining $10.25 million had to be secured from other sources. The other funding is now forthcoming with most […]

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