Tags: port equipment manufacturers association
PEMA to host webinar examining ports' bulk handling challenges post Covid-19
PEMA to host webinar exploring ports' bulk handling challenges post Covid-19.
PEMA provides key insights for STS crane operators
PEMA publishes information paper that provides practical guidance on the safe and efficient operation of STS cranes in the age of “mega” container ships.
PEMA to host webinar exploring realities facing ports and terminals post Covid-19
PEMA is to host a webinar entitled The Day After Covid-19: Expectations, Experiences, and Views, which will include presentations from three leading experts from the global ports and terminals sector followed by a deep-dive Q&A session.
PEMA publishes brownfield automation information paper
PEMA publishes key insights into automating container cranes at brownfield sites in its latest information paper which is designed to help port operators improve safety, efficiency and sustainability.
PEMA, ICHCA and TT Club publish collision prevention paper
In their latest initiative to improve safety, reduce equipment damage and minimize disruption at the world's ports and terminals, PEMA, ICHCA and TT Club have released an information paper detailing the growing number of non-contact, state-of-the-art collision prevention technologies.
PEMA, ICHCA and TT Club publish updated container crane safety recommendations
The Port Equipment Manufacturers Association (PEMA), the International Cargo Handling Coordination Association (ICHCA) and international transport and logistics insurers TT Club have published updated safety recommendations for quay container cranes.
PEMA Announces 7th ANNUAL STUDENT CHALLENGE theme question
The Port Equipment Manufacturers Association announces the PEMA Student Challenge theme question for 2019: ”Exploring the drivers behind change: Defining the port of the future.”
PEMA launches its new Membership Initiative - Disruptive or Highly Innovative Port Technologies 2019
20 March 2019, PEMA – The Port Equipment Manufacturing Association is pleased to announce the launch of its new initiative “Disruptive or highly innovative technologies for the port industry”. The goal of the initiative is to foster bilateral interaction between PEMA and its members to showcase/present innovations that might prove to be widely unknown among industry stakeholders.
PEMA welcomes three new members at start of 2017
The Port Equipment Manufacturers Association (PEMA) continues to expand its membership – which passed the 100 member mark in 2016 – with the addition of three new member companies: port equipment manufacturers Bedeschi S.p.A, Velodyne LiDAR Inc. and Samson Materials Handling Ltd.
PEMA focuses on electrification, environment, and state of the art technologies at 2016 Members Meeting
The Port Equipment Manufacturers Association (PEMA) recently held its annual Members Meeting in Long Beach, California, during which delegates discussed key issues such as electrification, environmental management, and advanced technologies, and how the global ports and terminals industry can best apply developments in these areas to meet future challenges.
PEMA welcomes two new members
The Port Equipment Manufacturers Association (PEMA) continues to expand its membership – which recently passed 100 – with the addition of two new member companies: port equipment manufacturers TEC Containers and Ace World Companies.
PEMA unveils new appointments to operational committees
The Port Equipment Manufacturers Association (PEMA) has recently appointed new Officers to its committees, to help maintain the drive of the Association to provide independent information and thought leadership on key issues in the global ports and shipping industries.
Normandy Business School wins PEMA Student Challenge at TOC Europe 2016
Students from Normandy Business School were chosen as the winners of the 4th PEMA Student Challenge, held by the Port Equipment Manufacturers Association on 16 June at TOC Europe 2016 in Hamburg, Germany.
PEMA and the future of container weighing
The Port Equipment Manufacturers Association, (PEMA), the global industry body for port equipment and technology, has, through its Safety & Environment Committee, and together with ICHCA International, other NGOs and regulatory bodies, taken a pro-active role in the debate surrounding the upcoming legislation on container weighing due to enter into force on July 1, 2016.
PEMA welcomes seven new members
More major suppliers of port cranes, handling equipment and automation technology join leading global industry organisation.
PEMA to host 11th Technology Forum and 3rd Student Challenge at TOC Europe 2015
Port Equipment Manufacturers Association (PEMA), the global industry body for port equipment and technology, returns to TOC Europe with a live industry debate forum and 3rd Student Challenge.
PEMA publishes information paper on tyre selection and maintenance
PEMA has published a new information paper entitled ‘Tyre Selection and Maintenance in Ports and Terminals.’
Kranunion, Paceco Corp and Römer Fördertechnik confirmed as latest members of PEMA
Leading crane and safety technology manufacturers join global industry trade body for port equipment and technology.
PEMA celebrates 10th anniversary at TOC Europe with new industry standard, Forum and Student Challenge
Port Equipment Manufacturers Association marks 10th anniversary with launch of new software interface standard, live industry debate forum and 2nd Student Challenge at TOC Europe 2014.
PEMA makes appointments to its environment and technology committees
The Port Equipment Manufacturers Association (PEMA) has appointed a new Chair and Vice Chairs to its environment and technology committees, two of the three PEMA bodies that drive the association’s work in providing independent information about key issues to the global ports and shipping industries.