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    At EUROGATE Container Terminal Hamburg (CTH) 7056 container movements were provided on the container ship "Al-Nefud" between Tuesday, February 7, and Thursday, February 9.

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    Last June, NTB, North Sea Terminal Bremerhaven, ordered three new container gantries from Liebherr Container Cranes in Ireland. In December 2016, NTB exercised an option on another three cranes.

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    Effective from 1 March, Armin Hüser will succeed Johannes Stelten as Operations Manager at EUROGATE Container Terminal Wilhelmshaven (CTW).

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    In 2016, the Lower Saxony seaports toured a number of Germany’s most important regions. Under the motto “Hafen trifft Festland” (Port Meets Mainland), port representatives informed audiences in Nuremberg, Cologne, Bielefeld and Dresden about the capabilities of the ports. The next edition of event series will be held in Dortmund.

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    The technicians and engineers from EUROGATE Technical Services, in close cooperation with the facility’s crane operators, have fitted out the 305 container cranes located in the Hamburg terminal with LED lamps. As a result, the energy consumption of the cranes has been dramatically reduced.

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    After around 40 years of service for the BLG Logistics Group and EUROGATE, 22 years of which as Chairman of BLG and almost 17 years at the head of EUROGATE, Emanuel Schiffer (65) is retiring at the end of this year.

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    In the late evening of 6th of December 2016, MV Dettifoss of Icelandic shipping line Eimskip called at EUROGATE Container Terminal Bremerhaven. 

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    Emanuel Schiffer, together with Thomas Eckelmann Chairman of the EUROGATE Group Management Board, is due to retire on 31 December 2016. He will be succeeded by Michael Blach, currently responsible on the Management Board of BLG Logistics Group for the Automotive segment. Michael Blach will take up his new role as of 1 January 2017.

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    After six years at venues outside Germany, the international “Cool Logistics Global Conference” returned to Germany on 27 and 28 September. This year for the first time, reefer goods experts from around the world met up in Bremen. On two days, they discussed the latest trends and developments in “cool chain logistics”. 

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    On 24 September 2016 the “World of Logistics” job fair, organised by VIA BREMEN, took place for the fifth time at the BLG-Forum in Bremen, Germany.

    At the end of their school career, young people often ask themselves the question: What can I do with my degree?

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    EUROGATE practices sustainable business activities. This is not only a matter of corporate responsibility. It is also a key quality characteristic. 

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    The import regulations of numerous countries stipulate that certain containers may only be deployed when they have been fumigated in advance. This affects containers, for instance, in which trunk wood has been transported.

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    The first nine of 18 nacelles for offshore wind power stations from Senvion GmbH have arrived at the south end of the Bremerhaven Container Terminal. They are an important component for the construction of the NORDERGRÜNDE wind farm off the east coast of Germany’s Wangerooge island.

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    High-tech comes to the customs office at the Bremerhaven container terminal: at six workstations each equipped with three monitors, customs officers will soon be able to screen containers 24 hours a day and seven days a week thanks to the “terminal mobile X-ray unit” project developed and implemented in cooperation with EUROGATE.

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    Getting to grips with container weight

    As of 1 July 2016, verification of the gross weight of a packed export container will be required before a container is loaded aboard a ship. In the following, EUROGATE has put together everything you need to take into consideration to ensure that in the future no container is left on the quayside.

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    The IT landscape at the Container Terminal Wilhelmshaven combines the tried-and-tested with the innovative. The Port Community System has been in use in Bremerhaven for a number of years; the terminal operating system is offered as a standard product by the world market leader.

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    How much energy is actually consumed by office lighting? How much electricity do telephones, monitors and computers use? And where and how can we save energy in a way that is meaningful?

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    Some of them were over 30 years old, no longer able to meet today’s requirements in the field of container transport and unsellable on the market: three container gantries operated by EUROGATE Container Terminal Bremerhaven (CTB) and one from MSC Gate.

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    EUROGATE’s wind turbines in Hamburg and Bremerhaven between them produced sufficient energy in 2015 to supply around 4,600 two-person households with power for a whole year.

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    Container vessels are becoming bigger and bigger. In order to accommodate mega carriers of the new generation, EUROGATE Technical Services has extended a number of the booms on its Bremerhaven gantry cranes.

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    Last year in October 2015 nine used straddle carriers of the brand Kalmar were loaded on to the freighter "BBC Bangkok" at the EUROGATE Container Terminal Hamburg. The straddle carriers were shipped to a new feeder terminal in Le Verdon near Bordeaux / France.

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    SWOP in Hamburg and Container Freight Station (CFS) in Bremerhaven stuff and strip containers, collect and store, plan and consult and offer tailor-made packing solutions. Both service providers have an invaluable advantage in that they are located directly on site at the container terminals.

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    EUROGATE Intermodal (EGIM) currently handles the daily transshipment of containers in Hamburg's port with the help of around 35 independent operators who have their own vehicles.

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    EUROGATE Technical Services Hamburg has developed a rail grinding machine with which it is possible to grind container gantry trolley rails. The device is mobile and can therefore be used at any of the Group’s terminals

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    It has in the meantime become something of a tradition: once a year, EUROGATE Container Terminal Wilhelmshaven organises the Safety Day. The idea is to raise employee awareness for the issue of occupational safety.

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    Twice a year, the ADAC air rescue service of the German automobile association and its crews – made up of pilots, on-board engineers, emergency doctors and paramedics – are required to practice rescuing people in different situations from the air.

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    Training is a high priority at EUROGATE. After all, specialist knowledge relating to container cranes, straddle carriers and other specialised equipment cannot be simply bought at the market.

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    We are happy to look back on that week, when for five days everything at the Bremerhaven quayside was focused on tall ships.

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    On the 2nd of August 2015, MSC Mediterranean Shipping Company celebrated the christening of MSC Zoe, the latest in the series of the company’s mega- container ships, on her maiden call at the EUROGATE Container Terminal Hamburg.

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    Last week, the “Freiwillige Feuerwehr Rüstringen” (“Rüstringen Voluntary Fire Service”) and the “Johanniter” (“St. John’s Ambulance Brigade”) practiced rescuing a person from the driver’s cab of a straddle carrier at our terminal site in Wilhelmshaven.

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    It’s a small haven of paradise in the heart of Bremerhaven’s Leherheide district: “Thieles Garten” art and sculpture park, created in the 20th century.

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    For three weeks, from 7 to 26 June, the “Pacific Osprey” was berthed at the southern tip of CT 1 in Bremerhaven. The dedicated vessel belonging to the Danish Swire Blue Ocean line is one of the largest installation vessels (160 metres long and 49 metres wide) in the world.

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    It’s in his blood. His grandfather and his parents ran a haulage company and even as a youngster, Aaron Spandehra knew that later he wanted to do something in the field of transport and logistics.

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    It was a royal welcome for the world’s largest container ship. 250 invited guests, including Lower Saxony’s Minister for Economics, Olaf Lies, and several dozen media representatives, welcomed the MSC Oscar on its maiden port call at the EUROGATE container terminal in Wilhelmshaven.

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    Mr Friza, the second wind turbine at a EUROGATE container terminal was officially opened on 21 January 2015. This time in Bremerhaven. What kind of challenges did this project entail?

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    Over the Easter and May Day holiday 2014, EUROGATE Container Terminal Wilhelmshaven handled several off-schedule port calls by container liners. This was an opportunity for the rail forwarding services at the Rail Terminal Wilhelmshaven to prove their potential.

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    "Blue Port Hamburg" is the name of the light project created by artist Michael Batz, which bathes Hamburg's port in blue light every two years.

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    Instead of throwing returnable bottles into the rubbish, the employees of Eurogate Technical Services in Wilhelmshaven collected their tins and bottles for a year in aid of the Wilhelmshaven-Friesland-Harlingerland parents’ association for children with cancer.

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