The red and white ship Terrapin Island, 315 feet long, bobbed in the choppy waters off Miami Beach last week while picking up loose sand and bedrock from the channel entrance to the cargo area of the Port of Miami.
The work of the ship heralded the beginning of dredging the Port of Miami, a project that has a cost of $ 220 million and is intended to deepen the port’s cargo area so that [...]
The concession and contract for extending the design, construction and operation of the Moin Container Terminal (TCM), placed by the Workers’ Union against the Port and Economic Development of the Atlantic Coast Board (Sintrajap) administration, has been rejected.
The argument was that the Sintrajap granting of the TCM should be approved by the Legislature.
However, the decision issued by the Board holds firm the contract signed in 2012 between the state and APM Terminals for [...]
Environmental Resource Management (ERM) and China Railway Construction Corporation (CRCC) submitted to the Technical Advisory Committee of the Grand Canal of Nicaragua – and without giving access to journalists – the progress of environmental studies for the construction of the inter-oceanic canal.
It introduced “progress in areas of the territory under study and the types of activities in terms of hydrology, soil studies, studies of water quality, flora and fauna,” said Kamilo Lara, environmentalist and [...]
Global marine and environmental risk assessor, RightShip, has been awarded the Australian Prime Minister’s Exporter of the Year Award by Tony Abbott MP at the 2013 Australian Export Awards on November 26 in Melbourne. RightShip also won the Business Services Exporter of the Year award and was runner-up in the Environmental Solutions category at the Governor of Victoria Export Awards in October.
RightShip was established in 2001 to address the lack of accessible, transparent data [...]
The Panama Canal route is becoming fashionable, and the ports of Mexico, in particular, and those of Latin America in general, are not prepared for the increase in maritime trade once its expansion is completed.
“Latin America walks very backward and technology development is progressing very fast. Between 2014 and 2015 the Panama Canal will be expanding, which means that with all these new ships coming here we will not to be ready,” said the [...]