AJOT | June 15, 2021 | Ports & Terminals | Equipment and Tech
Kalmar, part of Cargotec, has concluded a deal to supply SAAM Group with a further 26 Kalmar Ottawa T2 terminal tractors for its operations at San Antonio Terminal Internacional (STI) in Chile. The order was booked in Cargotec’s 2021 Q2 order intake, with delivery scheduled to take place during Q4 of 2021.
AJOT | June 15, 2021 | Air Cargo News | Freighters
A landmark ‘call for action’ setting out 11 key recommendations for the UK to facilitate the sustainable growth of its economically-vital air freight industry has been presented to the Government by Aberdeen Standard Investment’s AIPUT fund (Airport Industrial Property Unit Trust) and Logistics UK, the logistics industry business group.
AJOT | June 15, 2021 | Energy News | Conventional | By The Numbers
In the June Short-Term Energy Outlook (STEO), we forecast that rising global production of petroleum and other liquid fuels (driven by OPEC, Russia, and the United States) will limit price increases for global crude oil benchmarks Brent and West Texas Intermediate (WTI).
Air Freight News | June 15, 2021 | Air Cargo News | Freighters
A Boeing 747 freighter carrying 50 tonnes of urgently-needed Covid relief aid, including life-saving oxygen machines, will arrive in New Delhi this week to support India’s efforts to help victims of coronavirus, thanks to the coordinated efforts of a group of aviation leaders.
Ørsted has identified the 100 MW straw-fired unit at the Avedøre Power Station in Copenhagen as the best point source of sustainable CO2 for the next phases of the Green Fuels for Denmark Power-to-X facility.
The results indicate that such a project could be technically feasible, financially attractive and would have a significant contribution to the fight against climate change as economies around the world will switch from fossil fuels to renewable energy in the coming decades.
AJOT | June 15, 2021 | Ports & Terminals | Ports | By The Numbers
In this month, 480,019 TEUs (standard 20-foot containers) were handled, of which 100,048 were for cargo (export). The latter grew by 50% compared to last year (the most complicated month of COVID-19) and by 12.26% compared to 2019 (year without pandemic)