|31 May 2007|
|14:46||seaContainer Terminal in Ust-Luga to Handle All Containers of North-West Region?|
National Container Company is planning to build 2 berths in Ust-Luga in 2007.
|7 December 2006|
|17:49||seaBaltic Container Terminal in Gdansk Took Delivery of Post-Panamax Cranes (Photo)|
Baltic Container Terminal (BCT) has taken delivery of two new Post-Panamax cranes.
|4 October 2006|
|09:22||seaNational Container Company Split to East and West|
The shareholders of National Container Company Ltd.(NCC) - Severstaltrans group and First Quantum completed the company's assets partition deal, reported the container operator press service 3 October 2006.
|13 September 2006|
|19:32||seaNational Container Company: New Shareholder |
As became known by SeaNews, Industrial Investors by Sergey Generalov have gained control over the largest container terminal holding in Russia - National Container Company (NCC).
|24 August 2006|
|17:02||seaShareholders Shared Assets of National Container Company|
As SeaNews was informed, the shareholders of National Container Company Ltd decided to share the company's assets.
According to the agreement, Severstaltrans will own shares in the Far Eastern container terminals - Vladivostok Container Terminal (jv with Vladivostok Commercial Seaport JSC) and Vostochny International Container Service / Vostochny Stevedoring Company (the second shareholder is Dubai Port World).
First Quantum owns NCC assets in the Russian North-West and South - First Container Terminal, Baltic Container Terminal (Ust-Luga), NUTEP (Novorossiysk) and Caspian Container Terminal (Olya).
The NCC brand will be owned by Severstaltrans.
|26 July 2006|
|00:37||seaNCC Still Alive Even Though Cut in Two|
Severstaltrans and First Quantum have decided to split National Container CO Ltd., Russia’s largest (and world’s 20th) container terminal operator.
Initially, Severstaltrans intended to buy the partner’s share.
|14 June 2006|
|10:09||seaAPL Starts New Service|
APL recently started a new Germany - Poland - Lithuania weekly feeder service Lower Baltic Express (LBX) with the maiden call of the 400 TEU capacity “Euro Storm”.
|6 June 2006|
|15:19||seaAPL Chooses BCT |
APL's new liner service in Northern Europe, Lower Baltic Express (LBX), will call at Baltic Container Terminal in Gdynia.
|15 May 2006|
|11:36||seaBCT Announces Changes |
As from 01 May, Jan Mors stepped down as the President of BCT Board.
|25 April 2006|
|14:57||seaRecord Handlings at BCT|
In March, nearly 36,000 TEUs were handled at the Baltic Container Terminal in Gdynia which is over 17% up on last year volumes.
|17 April 2006|
|12:55||seaBCT Assembles Handling Power|
Baltic Container Terminal in Gdynia, Poland, a subsidiary of International Container Terminal Services Inc., is preparing to add to its cargo handling equipment fleet 4 new Kalmar E-One RTG cranes and 2 new KCI Kone STS cranes.
|25 March 2006|
|22:36||containerContainer handling at the new terminal in Gdynia |
GCT - Gdynia Container Terminal - is owned by Hutchison International Port Holdings Ltd (HPH), which is controlled by the Chinese businessman LiKa-shing, who owns port terminals in 36 countries and employs 100,000 port workers.
|7 March 2006|
|12:43||seaBCT in Full Growth|
Baltic Container Terminal is still recording growth in container turnover- for the first two months of 2006 the company recorded a 4.5% increase in container handlings as against the same period last year (65,260 TEU in 2006 vs.
|8 February 2006|
|12:23||seaBaltic Container Terminal Records Success in Handling|
In 2005, BCT handled 395,757 TEU, which is over 6% higher than 2004 volume.
|21 December 2005|
|08:39||containerAll Baltic Container Terminals Prepared|
Workers at Hamburg's container terminals have threatened to go on strike over plans by the city state's government to sell off a majority stake in terminal operator HHLA to state rail company, Deutsche Bahn, according to Fairplay.
A first protest has been announced for Thursday this week.
|25 October 2005|
|09:34||containerFirst Container Terminal to be Sold to Hutchison|
According to Kommersant, Hong Kong-based port operator Hutchison is carrying negotiations to acquire 50% in the First Container Terminal JSC and in the Baltic Container Terminal JSC.
|12 October 2005|
|10:33||seaAppointments at Baltic Container Terminal|
International Container Terminal Services Inc (ICTSI) recently announced appointments to its international management team.
Jan Mors, formerly head of ICTSI's Baltic Container Terminal in Gdynia, Poland, will assume the position of senior vice president based in Dubai from where he will oversee new business development activities in Europe, the Middle East, Africa and the Indian sub-continent.
|27 September 2005|
|17:15||seaInvestments into CT Gdansk |
Private funding has been secured that will set in motion the development of a new container port at Gdansk.
|12 September 2005|
|16:07||containerEurogate Remains in Ust-Luga|
Eurogate terminal holding continues to participate in the container terminal construction project in Ust-Luga port.
|1 September 2005|
|09:57||containerEurogate Leaves Ust-Luga|
According to Commercant, Eurogate terminal holding resigns the participation in the Baltic Container Terminal project.