The Port of Melbourne (PoM) and Victoria International Container Terminal (VICT) welcome the container vessel Soroe Maersk, the longest vessel to call at the port. Maersk deployed the Soroe Maersk to Sydney and Melbourne to load empty containers that need to be repositioned back to Asia where there…
Victoria International Container Terminal (VICT) has again received praise for its ACC wash bay, a purpose-built facility for the washing of the terminal’s automatic container carriers and other portable port equipment. The 2020 Daily Cargo News (DCN) Shipping & Maritime Industry Awards conferr…
Manila North Harbor Port (NorthPort), the Philippine’s domestic gateway that links the country’s capital with the rest of the archipelago via passenger and inter-island container transport, is the winner of the annual 2020 Chairman’s Cup. In what has been a tough past year for the global economy, N…
International Container Terminal Services, Inc. (ICTSI) has again been recognized as one of the elite Asian companies that has shown all-around excellence in environmental, social, and corporate governance (ESG) by Hong Kong-based financial magazine The Asset. ICTSI received high marks in financial…
The OOCL Rotterdam (capable of accommodating 8,063 TEU, 323m LOA and 42.8m BEAM) on the North East Asia A3 Central Service has set a new record within the Port of Melbourne and Australia for the highest container exchange in one single call – a total of 6,516 containers equating to 11,037 TEUs. The…
The ANL operated CMA CGM Ural with a nominal capacity of 10,622 TEU has broken another record at the Port of Melbourne with the highest TEU exchange in one call. On 22nd September the CMA CGM Ural berthed at Victoria International Container Terminal (VICT) and completed an exchange of 8094 TEU surpa…
Victoria International Container Terminal reached out to survivors of the massive bushfires in Victoria with a donation of 42 empty containers.   Thousands of families and wildlife were displaced by multiple fires that raged across large areas in Victoria from December last year up to March.  Prior…
As global trade continues to reel from the effects of COVID-19, the Port of Melbourne (PoM) sees signs of optimism with the arrival of CMA CGM Ural–the largest capacity container vessel to dock in Melbourne. The 299-meter long vessel made its maiden call to PoM in June 25, and was handled by Victor…
Victoria International Container Terminal (VICT), the Australian unit of International Container Terminal Services, Inc. (ICTSI) at the Port of Melbourne, has been recognized by the world’s oldest maritime publication, Lloyd’s List, for excellence in port management and infrastructure at the recent…
The 8063TEU capacity OOCL Seoul alongside at Victoria International Container Terminal (VICT), Port of Melbourne, Australia. The vessel’s arrival signals Melbourne’s growing ability to match the performance of its peers, Sydney and Brisbane, to accept the larger capacity vessels now being introduced…