• A Bright Idea

    World Port Development - The unrelenting 24/7 nature of ports means operators work day and night to consistently load and off-load ships at rapid pace. A hive of activity with thousands upon thousands of working and moving parts - from human to machine - there are endless possibilities for accidents and disasters lurking around every corner. Moreover, the need to yield such…
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  • Nassau Container Port Partners with Bright Light Systems for LED Lighting Upgrade

    Bright Light Systems (BLS), the leading manufacturer of energy-efficient LED luminaires and wireless lighting controls for marine port terminals, will supply high-mast LED lighting along with the Bright Light Management System (BLMS) software to Nassau Container Port. The container terminal is located on Arawak Cay, just two miles west of Downtown Nassau at the mouth of Nassau…
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  • Seeing the Light

    Ports and terminals are increasingly switched on by the appeal of LED technology for both high masts and cranes. The container port and terminal industry makes its money through cargo movements, which means that some basic but essential needs – such as lighting – may barely register in the minds of managers. This creates a tricky situation for lighting companies. When a cost is almost out of…
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  • Georgia Terminal Opts For LEDs to Reduce Costs

    Georgia Ports Authority will install high-mast LED lighting along with the Bright Light Management System (BLMS) software at its Ocean Terminal facility.

    “This new computer-controlled LED system is a great solution, providing superior lighting while reducing our costs and shrinking GPA’s environmental footprint,” said Griff Lynch, executive director of the Georgia Ports Authority.…
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  • ICTSI Reveals All About Australia's Automated Terminal

    International Container Terminal Services’ (ICTSI) has released more details about its fully automated Victoria International Container Terminal (VICT) after the international container handling facility at the Port of Melbourne, Australia, was completed last year.

    The 35-hectare terminal has been built at a cost of nearly US$ 450 million to host the world's largest Neo-Panamax…
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