Tuesday, February 7, 2023

Canada: the port of Halifax exceeds the limit of 600,000 TEU per year for the first time in 2022 – Nation World News

Editorial by Portalportuario.cl

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halifax harbor Surpassed the annual throughput threshold of 600,000 TEU for the first time in 2022, reaching 601,700 20-foot equivalent units moved through containerized cargo terminals. Halifax, PSA Halifax Atlantic Hub and PSA Halifax Fairview Cove.

“In 2022, PSA Halifax, CN and the Halifax Port Authority have worked together in a collaborative and meaningful way, and the increased throughput volume is a positive result of that collaboration. In 2022, we began using the joint operations center for containerized cargo operations and this certainly helped find new efficiencies and keep cargo flowing without vessel berthing delays during a second year of continued supply chain disruptions. Supplies,” said the captain. Alan Gray, President and CEO of the Halifax Port Authority.

The Port of Halifax regularly handles the largest containerized cargo ships calling at any Canadian port, reaching 400 meters in overall length with a cargo capacity of over 16,000 TEUs.

For its part, two will arrive in 2023 Grass Superpost-Panamax (SPPX) PSA Halifax Atlantic Hub, new yard management equipment, and a continuation of various infrastructure projects that will improve efficiency and sustainability, and increase yard management space.

The Port of Halifax can accommodate a large amount of containerized cargo, bulk cargo, and project cargo.


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