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APM Terminals and Toyota expand their partnership to Valencia

Gibraltar Stockholdings (TGS), a specialist distributor of Toyota vehicles and spare parts for humanitarian agencies, has extended its business with APM Terminals to ensure...

APM Terminals Valencia to increase capacity and efficiency with US$4 million investment

APM Terminals Valencia put into operation 11 new Terberg YT223 terminal tractors for container handling. In particular, they are new-generation vehicles, equipped with Cummins...

Real-time container tracking service launches at APM Terminals Valencia

APM Terminals has implemented a container tracking solution in the Port of Valencia in Spain. The service, called Track & Trace, enables customers to access...

APMT Valencia completes Navis TOS implementation

APM Terminals Valencia has successfully completed the implementation of Navis N4 as its new terminal operating system (TOS), which is expected to help the...

APM Terminals Valencia receives new RTG cranes

APM Terminals Valencia has recently acquired three new rubber tyred gantry (RTG) cranes with a lifting capacity of 60 tonnes and a stacking height...

APM Terminals Valencia gains EU security status

APM Terminals Valencia received the internationally recognised security status, Authorised Economic Operator for customs simplification (AEOC) from the European Union (EU) last month. The aim...
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