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31 May 2013

Los Angeles: the port adopts a heritage action plan

The port of Los Angeles is to make an inventory of its historical, cultural and architectural resources. This evaluation will allow it to draw up an action plan and establish priorities for the preservation and, where possible, re-use of its heritage.
Source : Port of Los Angeles

31 May 2013

Bayonne : un nouveau cinéma dans les anciens Docks

La ville de Bayonne a choisi l’Atelier architecture Randja pour la création d’une “maison du cinéma” au bord de l’Adour. Les deux salles existantes dans ces anciens entrepôts dédiés au négoce du vin seront restructurées et une nouvelle salle sera ajoutée.
Source : Ville de Bayonne

 

30 May 2013

New passenger terminal for Klaipeda

Klaipeda should have a new ro-ro and passenger terminal by the end of 2013. Constructed on an 18 ha site, compared to 7 for the present terminal, it will allow ro-ro traffic to double, while the passenger handling capacity will rise to 500,000 per year in an eight-storey building which will also house offices and a commercial centre.
Source : Port of Klaipeda ; Baltic Transport Journal

30 May 2013

London: the mayor announces £1 billion to convert the Royal Albert Docks into a business district

The Royal Albert Docks will be the city’s third business district. Chinese and Asian companies will be the main target, and the redevelopment of the 14 ha site will be piloted by ABP China, with the English architect Terry Farrell. More than 232,000 m² of offices are planned, 55,700 by 2017.
Greater London Authority

 

30 May 2013

Floating hotels in port cities coming soon? After Barcelona, Helsinki and London, a yacht hotel in Gibraltar

Medberths

29 May 2013

Copenhagen: Works commence on the Danish Architecture Centre, designed by Rem Koolhass

The Centre, to be built at the site of an old brewery, also comprises offices and housing. It will form a link between the city centre, the historic waterfront and the cultural quarter of Slotsholmen.
Source : OMA ; Cyber Archi

29 May 2013

Floatyard : un quartier flottant dans le Boston Harbor ?

Les 100 logements de « Floatyard » peuvent monter ou descendre en fonction du niveau des eaux. Il pourrait être fabriqué dans les anciens chantiers navals puis venir s’ancrer au Charlestown Navy Yard. Sans doute utopique, il préfigure de nouvelles façons de penser la ville face à la montée des eaux.
Source : Boston Globe

29 May 2013

Melbourne Docklands : la Ville étudie la faisabilité d’un service ferry entre différents ports des Docklands

Source : Melbourne Docklands

17 May 2013

Trieste: the search for new projects for Porto Vecchio

While a dispute is ongoing with the PortoCittà, company, the Port President, Marina Monassi, has launched a new call for a project to gather more expressions of interest in re-furbishing the oldest part of the port of Trieste. Source: Il Piccolo

Citizen Port

19 February 2018

Tauranga (New Zealand): how can a sustainable cruise tourism policy be implemented?

The tourism development agency is currently questioning the growing number of cruise ship passengers arriving in their territory. How can they maintain a balance while responding to the expectations of both the cruise ship passengers and the local population? To inform her decision, the agency’s director considers that much more precise knowledge of the data on visitor arrivals and the associated financial flows is required.

Full article: Sunlive

19 February 2018

The Port of Bordeaux launches PowerPort BOX: a mobile power supply module for river vessels

Full article: Mer et Marine

19 February 2018

Port of San Diego terminals invest in smart technologies to fight pollution

Full article: Greenport

14 February 2018

Hong Kong: being a leading maritime metropolis still requires a prosperous port

Full article: China Daily

14 February 2018

The wahoo effect plays a role for port employees. We look at the Kalmar example

Full article: Kalmar Global

14 February 2018

Lorient: winter port circuits to learn about the region’s maritime economic identity

Full article: CCSTI

12 February 2018

France: what does the future hold for the sea and the coastline?

The State has set up a participative platform for members of the public to obtain information and submit their views on the future vision proposed for each of the country’s coastlines, in order to ensure the right ecological balance and maximise economic and social benefits from the sea and coast.

Full article: Mer Littoral + Magazine Environnement

12 February 2018

Valparaíso: the port launches the fourth edition of “Vive Muelle Prat”, with festive activities for all the family

Full article: Portal Portuario

12 February 2018

The Port of La Rochelle launches a consultation on its “Port Horizon 2025” development project

Full article: Port of La Rochelle

7 February 2018

Thanks to a long-term societal integration policy, the Dutch people now love the port of Rotterdam!

Full article: Port of Rotterdam

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Enterprise-driver Port

19 February 2018

In a fast-changing economy, what does the future hold for the maritime industry?

In a recent publication, Danish Ship Finance offers some answers based on a macro-economic analysis. The report touches on issues including purchasing power and impact on maritime trade, new technologies and social impacts, urbanisation and industrial change. Meanwhile, British Ports Association is launching a more comprehensive study to predict the shape of the port environment in 2050. Will there be a larger number of smaller ships visiting more ports?

Full article: Danish Ship Finance / British Ports Association

19 February 2018

China acquires a 770 km2 stretch of maritime space in the Wanshan archipelago for testing autonomous ships.

Full article: Le Marin

19 February 2018

Professor Rodrigue gives his thoughts on the organisation of container traffic on the Saint Lawrence between Quebec and Montreal.

Full article: Jean-Paul Rodrigue – Linkedin

19 February 2018

To improve its urban logistics, IKEA will take over 50,000 m2 of a dual-level warehouse at the Port of Gennevilliers

Full article: Haropa Ports de Paris Seine Normandie

19 February 2018

Faced with queues at the terminal, the port of Long Beach refines its predictive analytics and considers a “peel pile” stacking system to reduce truck turn times when collecting import containers.

Full article: World Cargo News

14 February 2018

Smart Port: Hamburg launches a platform to test 5G at an 8,000 hectare area of the port

One of the key aims will be to ensure infrastructures can be used more reliably and securely by boosting real-time management capabilities. The project will see Hamburg become one of the first test sites in Europe to confirm the protocols for 5G applications. Logistics is one of the sectors where the new technology, which combines both terrestrial and mobile network support, could provide much-needed flexibility.

Full article: Port of Hamburg

14 February 2018

By doubling its capacity over the next ten years, the Port of Savannah hopes to reinforce its role as a key economic growth engine for the State of Georgia

Full article: Splash 24/7 / Georgia Ports

14 February 2018

Dubai Ports invests in the development of interior logistics platforms in the Indian provinces of Jammu and Kashmir.

Full article: Business Standard

12 February 2018

The port of Hamilton set to pursue its industrial operations while continuously improving its integration into the urban fabric

For the port’s CEO, this strategy is vital. Space is scarce and redeveloping the port on its current site will be a priority for the local economy, although the strategy must not prevent urban development. Creating more green spaces and landscaping the port, while working in permanent consultation with local residents, is essential.

Full article: CBC

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