Portia’s partners at TMT Ports in Yangon, Myanmar, have been busy training again. The Operations Department management have developed and successfully delivered training on vessel cell locations which was validated by an examination.
As part of TMT and Portia’s Corporate Social Responsibility programme, TMT ports Operations and HR Department made donations to the Kay Mar Yar Ma Nun School.
TMT and Portia continued their schedule of on-going training when 43 people attended the TMT Ports Security Section ISPS Access Control Training Course.
On 20th April 2017 Portia’s partner in the Khalifa Bin Salman Port in Bahrain, MMETCo presented a MIME act with the theme of “24/7 Safe” as part of APMT’s celebration of Global Safety Day. The topics covered included: 1. Early Morning life of employees • Start your day healthy and with positive thoughts 2. Toolbox […]
The Portia team is working with QPMC Mwani to deliver a high-level Concept of Operations for Hamad Port, the new world-class mega-port development in Qatar. Portia is advising on operations and management strategy, making recommendations that will assist the development of this cutting-edge new facility in line with international best-practice, ensuring high levels of customer […]
Portia and Peel Ports were delighted to host a trade delegation from Myanmar to the Port of Liverpool yesterday. The Delegation is in the UK as part of a week long-trade mission and was headed by U Win Khant, Permanent Secretary at the Ministry of Transport and also included Banyar Aung from KTSL, Portia’s partner […]
“Keep Clean Go Green” – that was the message from MMETCo’s Stevedoring Division. Portia’s local partner put together a team of managers and employees to clean up a local beach as part of their “Environment Awareness Day” initiative. Very well done to all who took part and keep up the good work.
The final 6 CRMGs have now arrived at T2. After overseeing their build, commissioning and loading over in Nantong, Portia’s Senior Engineer Richard Cheetham snr was on the quay edge to welcome them to Liverpool. ABB are now well into the automation commissioning phase for the first 6 cranes along with the remote control stations […]