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Port Infrastructure & Development

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July/August 2018 Volume 8 Number 4

CONTENTS “Our overall strategy is to use the port’s signi? cant advantages of deep water, low tidal range, excellent breakwater shelter and proximity to the channel shipping lanes to attract customers that will build storage capacity on port land for dry and liquid bulk operations. This will support our goal of handling one million tonnes of cargo per year by 2023 and increasing our turnover.” – Bill Reeves,

CEO of Portland Port 10 Insights Managing the switch to low sulphur fuels By John LaRese 12 Tech File Reducing Human Error, Protecting the Environment By William P. Doyle 14 Op/Ed Public-Private Partnerships (P3s) By Mike Toohey 34 Port Logistics Intermarine UK Investment Boosts Portland Port Activities By Tom Mulligan 56 Technology Alphabet Soup By John Hathaway

Also in this Edition 8 | Editor’ s Note 62 | Statistics: U.S. Ports 64 | Intermodal Tech: Elme Spreader AB 64 | Advertiser’s Index

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