Topics: Freight, Transport
Cavotec has won a multi-year shore power order worth EUR 15.7 million
Cavotec has won a shore power order valued at EUR 15.7 million from a major global shipping line. Deliveries are scheduled to start in the fourth quarter of 2022 and continue throughout 2023 and 2024.
Cavotec wins cable reel orders from ZPMC for crane applications in Australia, Brazil and the UK
Cavotec has won three orders for cable reel systems by industrial equipment manufacturer ZPMC for port operators DP World and Patrick Terminals that will power ship-to-shore cranes at applications in Australia, Brazil and the UK.
Port Equipment Manufacturers Association adds six more members
The Port Equipment Manufacturers Association (PEMA) has announced that six new companies have joined the organisation, taking its total membership to 60. The new members are APM Terminals Crane & Engineering Services, TMEIC Corporation, Banner Engineering Europe, Gaussin, Phoenix Products and Moffatt & Nichol.
Cavotec automated mooring wins bulk handling safety award
Cavotec's automated mooring system, MoorMaster, recently won the International Bulk Journal's award for safety in bulk handling, the latest in a series of awards for the innovative technology.
Cavotec and ABB team up to help cut ship’s fuel consumption by up to a quarter
Cavotec has completed work on the development of a unique marine propulsion system that, in conjunction with an innovative ship design, promises to improve fuel consumption by up to 25 per cent.
Port of Gothenburg wins award for work improving air quality
Cavotec is delighted to hear that the Port of Gothenburg, one of the Group's long-term partners on shore power technologies for ships, has won the prestigious Energy Globe Awards 2011 for its shore power initiatives and their contribution to improving air quality in and around the Port. Cavotec and the Port of Gothenburg have worked together closely on shore power since the 1980s.
Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach tackle CO2 emissions head on
The Port of Los Angeles has developed a Carbon Calculator for ports to estimate greenhouse gas levels from their operations and explore reduction strategies. The neighbouring Port of Long Beach, meanwhile, has unveiled its latest shore power installation in its continued bid to reduce port-wide emissions.
Exciting new prize for outstanding advances in engineering
The Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering is a pioneering new award designed to recognise and encourage innovation in engineering. The £1 million prize, officially launched this month, is international and aims to show how engineering can make a difference to the world.
News of our project to electrify RTG cranes at Jebel Ali port in Dubai
Cavotec has won a contract to electrify eight rubber tyred gantry (RTG) cranes at DP World's Jebel Ali port in Dubai; a move that will realise significant reductions in energy costs and emissions.
Celebrating engineering excellence: MoorMaster™ wins two more awards
Cavotec’s innovative automated mooring solution MoorMaster™ was a key component in two significant awards this month. A 2011 Western Australia Engineering Excellence Award and Australia Bulk Handling Award 2011 for Best Practice in Occupational Health & Safety both went to Cavotec partners that rely on MoorMaster™ for the safe mooring of vessels.
Cavotec’s innovative automated mooring technology, MoorMaster™, secures two industry awards
Cavotec's automated mooring technology, MoorMaster™, wins two awards celebrating engineering. Firstly, the technology was a key component in the Port Hedland Port Authority (PHPA) and Pinc Group’s successful entry for the 2011 Western Australia Engineering Excellence Awards. The second award was the Australia Bulk Handling Award 2011 for Best Practice in Occupational Health & Safety.
High costs ground aviation biofuel
Environmentally-friendly biofuels have been hitting both the headlines and the skies this week when a United Airlines aircraft successfully completed a commercial flight powered by biofuel. Several other leading airlines have also experimented with biofuels as a way of reducing emissions and combatting rising oil prices.
Shipping emissions to be included in UK carbon budgets?
The Committee on Climate Change (CCC) published a review this week recommending that the UK’s share of international shipping emissions should be included in climate targets and carbon budgets.
Cavotec wins major new automated mooring order at bulk handling application in Australia
Global engineering group, Cavotec is pleased to report another success for its automated mooring technology, MoorMaster™. Leading mining group, Fortescue Metals Group, has ordered 24 MoorMaster™ units for use at Port Hedland in Western Australia: a project that highlights how this innovative technology improves productivity and reduces infrastructure costs.
Cavotec now ready to list on NASDAQ OMX in Stockholm
Cavotec has fulfilled a series of requirements clearing the way towards moving its listing to the NASDAQ OMX, Stockholm.
Cavotec at TOC Middle East
Cavotec Middle East will be present at TOC Middle East the shipping, ports and terminals conference and exhibition for the Middle East from 25th-27th September. Visitors can find us at Stand D34.
Cavotec Australia review and thanks following recent AIMEX show #mining
A brief overview from the Cavotec Australia team on the recent AIMEX trade show held in Sydney - and thanks to all those who made it possible.
Cavotec Australia gears up for AIMEX 2011
Cavotec Australia will be exhibiting at Asia-Pacific’s International Mining Exhibition (AIMEX), which runs from 6-9 September 2011 at Sydney Showground, Sydney Olympic Park, NSW, Australia. You can visit us at Stand: 2820.
As specialists in electrical power feed systems, Cavotec Australia works directly with mining, port and harbour operations, as well as electrical and mechanical businesses na
Cavotec secures milestone order for 24 MoorMaster™ automated mooring systems
Cavotec reports news of one of its largest automated mooring projects: 24 MoorMaster™ MM200C units for a container application in the Mediterranean.