Alabama Port Authority, APM Terminals Mobile Ink Deal

Alabama’s seaport modernization program remains on track to meet shipper demand and accommodate new vessel services. In keeping with their commitments to service and efficiency, the Alabama Port Authority and APM Terminals inked a deal to add container capacity at the Port of Mobile.John Driscoll, director and CEO of the Alabama Port Authority, and Brian Harold, managing director of APM Terminals Mobile, signed the agreement launching the Phase IV container ... [+]

APM Terminals to acquire ALC´s Aarhus Terminal

Aarhus Logistics Center A/S (ALC) divests its container terminal in the port of Aarhus to APM Terminals, with neighboring APM Terminals Aarhus acquiring operations as well as the port areas of ALC. The transfer of ownership will have effect as of Sept. 1, 2020. The terminal was established by ... [+]

APM Terminals Expansion Complete

Alabama’s seaport modernization program continues to complete important milestones to meet shipper demand and accommodate larger vessels. The Alabama Port Authority completed its 400-foot container dock extension at the APM Terminals Mobile facility on March 20, and three days later, the terminal for the first time simultaneously handled two ... [+]

APM Terminals announces to jointly develop greenfield terminal in Bangkok

APM Terminals has signed a memorandum of understanding with Sahathai Terminal PLC (PORT) and Mitr Phol Sugar to develop a 345,000 TEU capacity greenfield container terminal in Bangkok, Thailand. Bangkok River Terminal Limited (BRT) will accommodate Thailand’s rapidly-growing containerized import and export trade. Sahathai Terminal PLC (PORT), Thailand’s leading container terminal ... [+]

ASPA, APM Terminals growth drive continued investment at Port of Mobile

The Alabama State Port Authority (ASPA) and APM Terminals boards of directors in separate actions have approved a $49.5 million expansion of the container facility at the Port of Mobile. The Port Authority and APM Terminals jointly will deliver a Phase 3 expansion that includes a dock extension and an ... [+]

APM Terminals increases Port Elizabeth investment plans to USD $200 million

In preparation for ultra large container ships, APM Terminals increased its Port Elizabeth investment plans to USD $200 million. The investment includes four ship-to-shore cranes that will be capable of handling ultra-large container ships, an expanded gate complex, upgrades to container-handling equipment and other operational improvements. “We are connecting ... [+]

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