ALG Company, headquartered in Almaty, Kazakhstan, has taken a bold step towards optimizing their rail terminal capacity to meet the growing demands of the evolving trade landscape. In response to changing trade routes and the rerouting of cargo due to recent geopolitical developments, ALG has selected HPC, a renowned intermodal terminal specialist, to review their current terminal concept and conduct a feasibility study for its optimization and development.
Romanian IT company Critical Technologies SRL (consortium leader), German port consultancy HPC Hamburg Port Consulting, two Estonian maritime and shipping partners E.N. Shipping Services OÜ and Saaresalu OÜ have won an international tender for developing the specifications for design and implementation for the Port Community System for the Port of Constanta in Romania.
The U.S. Department of State, Export Control and Border Security (EXBS) program, in consultation with the MTA Maritime Transport Agency of Georgia (MTA) and Amentum, a premier leader in global engineering, project management and solution integration, has chosen the port specialist HPC Hamburg Port Consulting (HPC) as its trusted partner to perform comprehensive IT management services for establishing a National Maritime Single Window (NMSW).
HPC has supported CHI Cargo Handling International, one of the leading providers of air cargo logistics services at Frankfurt Airport, in the conversion of its truck fleet to climate-friendly propulsion with a feasibility study and the successful acquisition of funding.
Misurata Free Zone, the operator of the Port of Misurata in Libya, has officially signed a contract with HPC for procurement assistance and construction supervision of three state-of-the-art Ship-to-Shore Container Gantry Cranes (STS). The signing ceremony took place at the TOC Europe event held in Rotterdam, where global leaders and experts in port operations and logistics gathered.
HPC is pleased to announce that it has performed the technical due diligence for Hapag-Lloyd as a basis for investment in a share of J M Baxi Ports & Logistics Limited (JMBPL). The participation involves 12 port terminal & logistic facilities in India and enhances Hapag-Lloyd’s engagement in the terminal sector in attractive growth markets.
The municipality of Helgoland has commissioned HPC to carry out a concept study for the construction of a hydrogen bunker station on the deep-sea island. The study will require HPC to investigate the commercial and infrastructural suitability of the island as a potential location for H2 fuel supply for shipping traffic on the North Sea.
HPC was hired in 2022 by HGK Häfen und Güterverkehr Köln KG (HGK) to conduct a profitability analysis for the Cologne North intermodal traffic rail terminal. The analysis made a fundamental contribution to the now completed transfer of terminal operations to HUPAC SA.
HPC is to carry out a market analysis to guide a passenger shipping regeneration program at the Port of Scarborough on the Caribbean Island of Tobago. HPC will determine the drivers which should be initiated by the Government to stimulate the cruise business over the next twenty years.
HPC has been selected by the private investor Mimarine International to accomplish a pre-feasibility study for the development of an operable business concept for the Port N’diago, Mauritania. HPC will identify investment requirements for port operation, the connection by rail to the hinterland and for a dry port terminal.
HPC has put forward operational development design plans for the BILK intermodal terminal in Budapest.
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