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Jul 25, 2014
The project to increase the capacity of the container terminal in Durban is complete, with only a few work packages outstanding.
Apr 25, 2014
Transnet has awarded a contract to a joint venture comprising Stefanutti Stocks and Axsys for the reconstruction of the steel sheet pile quay walls at Maydon Wharf, in Durban.
Nov 15, 2013
Transnet aims to finalise an engineering solution for the relocation of the single buoy mooring oil loading facility by early next year.
Sep 20, 2013
Transnet is moving ahead with the second phase of its plan to reconstruct and deepen berths at Maydon Wharf.
Jul 12, 2013
Prefeasibility work that will deliver the final spatial design and plan for Durban’s R100-billion-plus dig-out port has begun.
May 17, 2013
Seven ship-to-shore cranes have been unveiled at the Durban Container Terminal.
Apr 26, 2013
Transnet has concluded the first in a series of stakeholder-engagement sessions on the proposed Dig-Out Port project.
Mar 01, 2013
The Durban Container Terminal Pier 2 has received the last consignment of four tandem lift ship-to-shore cranes.
Jan 25, 2013
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Apr 13, 2012
Transnet has concluded a R1.8-billion property deal with fellow State-owned company Airports Company South Africa for the acquisition of the former Durban International Airport site.
Apr 05, 2012
Transnet Port Terminals has ensured that the temporary shutdown of Pier 2 at the Durban container terminal will cause minimal disruptions.
Feb 24, 2012
The Transnet National Ports Authority plans to spend R21.3-billion on expanding and upgrading the infrastructure of Durban harbour, over the next seven years.
Jul 31, 2009
The Port of Cape Town’s R4,2-billion capacity expansion project is well under way, with the first berth expected to be commissioned and fully operational by the middle of August.
Jun 15, 2009
The R4,2-billion capacity expansion at the Cape Town container terminal, is progressing well, with the first of four berths to be deepened expected to come on stream in July, Transnet Port Terminals (TPT) reported on Monday. Berth 601, which was the first of four...
Jun 23, 2006
South African Port Operations (SAPO), the terminal operating division of South Africa’s transportation conglomerate Transnet is continuing its mutually beneficial relationship with Kalmar Industries with an order of 12 all-electric E-One, 6+1 wide and 1-over-5...
Apr 28, 2006
South African Port Operations (Sapo), a division of Transnet, recently took possession of the ?4 000 th seventh-generation straddle carrier manufactured by Kalmar Industries, of Finland.
Apr 11, 2006
South African Port Operations (Sapo), a division of Transnet, took possession seventh-generation straddle carrier number 4 000, manufactured by Kalmar Industries, of Finland, on Tuesday.
Feb 17, 2006
South African Port Operations (Sapo), a subsidiary of Transnet, announced this week the acquisition of 14 Liebherr Super Post Panamax Cranes as well as 25 Kalmar Straddle Carriers as part of efforts to boost efficiency and container handling at the ports of Durban...
Feb 08, 2006
South African Port Operations (Sapo), a subsidiary of Transnet, announced this week the acquisition of 14 Liebherr Super Post Panamax Cranes as well as 25 Kalmar Straddle Carriers as part of efforts to boost efficiency and container handling at the ports of Durban...
Jun 06, 2003
Demanding environmental and operating conditions will be overcome through the installation of Booyco Engineering air-conditioning systems on the new straddle carriers destined for operation at the port of Durban.
 
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