TRAPAC

AcronymDefinition
TRAPACFleet Training Command, Pacific
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In January 2019, TraPac completed a two-year project to double its size from 66 acres to 123 acres, along with adding a third wharf for large container ships and adding three new ship-to-shore cranes.
The biggest share of international container volumes have consolidated down to OICT, TraPac and the Everport Terminal.
Every year, a total of 250 MOL Group-operated vessels including containerships calling at MOL's TRAPAC container terminal, as well as car carriers, tankers, and bulkers, navigate through the area covered by the speed standards.
The Port of Los Angeles' capital spending budget earmarks more than $380 million for container terminal and transportation upgrades, including more than $99 million at the TraPac container terminal for backland improvements to support future automation as well as construction of a facility to provide on-dock rail capabilities.
The massive project is also tied to the port's ongoing $350 million expansion of the China Shipping and TraPac terminals, while also providing deeper waterways leading to the Yusen/NYK, Evergreen and Yang Ming container terminals.
By offering a variety of hydraulic motors, which produce the same output but operate on different hydraulic flow, Tramac TraPac Compactors are easier to adapt to any existing plumbing, or match the requirements of other attachments to be run by the same machine.
The Los Angeles Board of Harbor Commissioners has approved construction contracts totaling more than $127 million for two major projects that advance modernization of the marine container terminal operated by longtime tenant TraPac, Inc.
TraPac has placed an order for 17 automated stacking cranes and 11 automated straddle carriers with Kalmar to be used at its fully-automated terminal in the Port of Los Angeles.
Due to the ongoing Occupy Oakland demonstrations, the TraPac terminal at the Port of Oakland was effectively shut down for several days last month.
By offering a variety of hydraulic motors, which produce the same output but operate on different hydraulic flow, TraPac Compactors are easier to adapt to any existing plumbing, or match the requirements of other attachments to be run by the same machine.
The Containership Company (TCC), a new Norwegian-based container line, has selected TraPac Container Terminal at the Port of Los Angeles as its U.S.
Lines (MOL) at the new 130-acre TraPac Container Terminal at Dames Point.