Portsmouth power is all green

Portsmouth International Port operator Portico says that its entire electricity supply is sourced from renewable sources. The electricity supply at the terminal now has Renewable Energy Guarantees of Origin (REGO) certification, which provides transparency about the proportion of electricity that suppliers source from renewable electricity and is definitive proof of how it has been generated. [+]

Portsmouth’s Mike Sellers takes on BPA role

Portsmouth International Port’s Mike Sellers, has taken over as Chair of the British Ports Association. Mr Sellers, who is port director at the Hampshire ro ro and general cargo gateway was elected as Deputy Chair of the Association in 2022 and replaces Neil Glendinning of Harwich, who has retired. Mike ... [+]

Green machine for Portico

Portsmouth International Port terminal operator Portico has taken delivery of a Sennebogen material handler.  The 870 Mobile Special “E” is equipped with a banana boom and stick with 24 metre reach for cargoes such as grain and aggregates. An energy recovery system reduces the engine power required and provides up to ... [+]

Strength in diversity for Portsmouth

The Portico's cargo terminal at Portsmouth International Port has been handled a wide range of cargoes with paper, agribulks, containers and project cargo all passing through during November. The operator said this was testimony to its successful diversification strategy to drive new types of cargo to Portsmouth, including paper being unloaded ... [+]

New crane lifts Portico’s prospects in Portsmouth

Portsmouth stevedore Portico has taken delivery of a new 432-tonne mobile harbour crane. Able to provide tandem lifts up to 250 tonnes, it is expected to boost the south coast port’s presence in the heavylift market and will be essential to handle the business of current customer MHI Vestas in ... [+]

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