Tags: shipping general cargo
New Cavotec AMP shore power systems for Port of Long Beach and Port of Oakland
The Port of Long Beach and the Port of Oakland have selected Cavotec's innovative Alternative Maritime Power systems for installation at multiple berths ensuring safe, easy and quick connection to grid-generated electrical power. This enables ships to switch of their engines while docked thus making a substantial improvement to air quality in and around these ports.
Inaugural Climate Leadership Award goes to Port of Los Angeles
The first award of its kind from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) acknowledges ‘businesses and organizations that have shown outstanding leadership in response to climate change’.
Cavotec revenues jump more than 50 per cent
Global engineering group Cavotec published its 4Q11 report this morning with total revenues up 50.8 per cent compared to 2010, coming in at EUR 60.2 million.
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.
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.
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.
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 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 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.
The final blog post from our globetrotting film crew as they wrap up shooting for the Cavotec film
The last of four blog posts from our film crew as they criss-cross Europe, Australia and the US shooting material for the new Cavotec corporate film.
PEMA to host innovative container terminal technology forum at #TOCEurope
Leading global port equipment and technology suppliers gather to discuss emerging trends and advances in terminal automation at TOC Europe, June 7-9, Antwerp.
GSE in Frankfurt on Thursday, MoorMaster™ in Australia on Sunday: here's the latest from the #Cavotecfilm crew
Ground support equipment servicing aircraft at Frankfurt Airport on Thursday, automated mooring units securing iron ore carriers in Western Australia on Sunday - here's the latest on the Cavotec film crew's round the world film shoot.
Cavotec starts shooting new company film
We currently have a small, dedicated film crew making a lightening tour of Europe, Australia and the US to shoot material for our new company film. The stars of this film are our ground support equipment at airports and our automated mooring and shore power systems at ports. Keep track of our progress as we Cavotec our way around the world in 11 and a half days.
Kite Powers Largest Vessel to Date
As shipping lines explore ways of operating more sustainably and more efficiently, harnessing the power of the wind out at sea is attracting renewed interest.