Maersk back in Liverpool after ten years

Peel Ports celebrated the return of Maersk to Liverpool when its feeder vessel, Antwerp, arrived in port on 27 April. The 1,100teu ship made its first call as part of a ... [+]
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All hands on deck for ABP staff

A group from ABP’s Humber ports got the chance to test their sea legs when they were given a training day by seafaring charity Maybe Sailing. Fifteen staff from Hull, Goole, ... [+]

Seko opens air support centre

Seko Logistics has opened a Centre of Excellence for the UK aerospace sector at Farnborough Airport, in the heartland of the country’s aviation industry. It already has similar centres in ... [+]
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Fresh talent for Teesside

Former shipping agent Keith Russell and journalist Lucy Richardson have joined PD Ports as, respectively, business development manager and marketing and communications executive. Keith Russell worked at Graypen Shipping for ... [+]

New cranes on the Mersey

The first six cantilever rail-mounted gantry (CRMG) cranes arrived in the River Mersey on 1 May for the Liverpool2 deep-water container terminal. Produced by leading Chinese manufacturer ZPMC, which also supplied ... [+]
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