Huisman has entered the port and logistics market. The Dutch company has been awarded an order from Hutchison Ports ECT Rotterdam (ECT) for a series of Automated Stacking Cranes (ASCs) for efficient handling and buffering of containers. The ASCs feature a fully...
It is still unclear when the container ship Ever Given will enter the port of Rotterdam from the Suez Canal. The enormous container ship is currently being examined for damage and seaworthiness, after it ran aground in the important Egyptian waterway and was recently...
The problems resulting from the congestion in the Suez Canal caused by the grounded container ship Ever Given could last ‘weeks to months’, says the Rotterdam container terminal ECT. This is because once the ships can pass through the Suez Canal again,...
Hutchison Ports Netherlands, parent company of container handling company ECT, can takeover the container terminal APM Terminals Rotterdam. This has been decided by the Authority for Consumers and Markets (ACM). ACM does not see any significant effects on competition...
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