Panama Canal Cement Dispute Goes to Arbitration

Panama Canal Cement Dispute Goes to Arbitration

The Panama Canal Authority (ACP) and the consortium expanding the canal have separately sought international ...

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VIDEO: Jakarta Container Terminal Construction Update

Jakarta Container Terminal Construction Update

The NewPriok Container Terminal 1 in Indonesia’s capital Jakarta is gradually taking shape, as this video ...

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Readers’ Picks of the Week (9-13 of Mar)

Readers’ Picks

Viking Shiptech Introduces 80 Knot Ships Norwegian company Viking Shiptech has developed a new patent pending ...

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India Pushes for Coastal Shipping Development

India Promotes Coastal Shipping

India has approved a new scheme to support the country’s so-called major ports in developing the ...

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Prince Rupert Container Terminal Set for Expansion

Prince Rupert Container Terminal Set for Expansion

Maher Terminals Holding Corp., the operator of the Fairview Container Terminal at Canada’s Port of Prince ...

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Image of the Day: World’s Largest Cable Layer Takes to Water

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On 7th March, Jan De Nul launched the world’s largest multipurpose cable laying vessel named Isaac Newton. ...

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Scientists Warn Nicaragua Canal Could Turn Into Eco Disaster

Scientist Warn Nicaragua Canal Could Turn Into Eco Disaster

A consortium of 21 environmental scientists from North and South America has expressed strong concern about the ...

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Italy Eyes Suez Canal Investments

Italy Eyes Suez Canal Investments

A delegation of Italian entrepreneurs visited the Suez Canal to find out more about the investment opportunities in ...

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Foyne Port Expansion Underway

Foyne Port Expansion Underway

Ireland’s bulk port company Shannon Foynes Port Company (SFPC) has launched a EUR 50 million (USD 56.7m) capital ...

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Port of Houston Preps for East Asia Volume Boom

Port of Houston Preps for East Asia Volume Boom

The Port of Houston Authority has started several expansion projects to meet the expected increase in ...

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Tauranga Clearing Space for Bigger Ships

Port of Tauranga

New Zealand’s Port of Tauranga handled 426,512 TEUs, up 11.9% on the prior year, while total cargo volumes ...

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Ports of Auckland Preps for Rising Volumes

Ports of Auckland Preps for Rising Volumes

New Zealand’s Ports of Auckland reported NZD 28.9 million (USD 21.6m) net profit for six months ended ...

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Mariveles Dry Bulk Terminal Taking Shape

Mariveles Dry Bulk Terminal Taking Shape

Seasia Nectar Port Services Inc. (SNPSI), a joint venture between the UK’s Nectar Group and Seasia Logistic ...

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Interview: BC Ferries Pressing On with LNG Switch

Interview: BC Ferries LNG Switch on Track

The latest 0.1% Sulphur Directive effective January 1 has left the shipping industry with three possible choices on ...

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Decision on Elbe Dredging Urgent

Decision on Elbe Dredging Urgent

Court decision on the implementation of the widening and deepening of the navigation channel on the Lower and Outer ...

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Third Berth for London Gateway

The Secretary of State for Transport Patrick McLoughlin

DP World London Gateway has moved forward with the plans to construct a third berth at the UK’s new deep-sea hub ...

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WWF: Dumping at Great Barrier Reef Must Stop

WWF Pushes to Stop Dumping at Great Barrier Reef

The dumping of waste from port expansions within Australia’s Great Barrier Reef could cause severe damage ...

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New Lock Terneuzen Project Put in Motion

New Lock Terneuzen Project Put in Motion

Ghent Port Company has applauded the agreement to build New Lock Teurnzen signed between Belgium and the ...

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Port of Hamburg Earns More Despite Ukraine Turmoil

Port of Hamburg Earns More Despite Ukraine Turmoil

Germany’s Port of Hamburg reported an increase in revenue and operating result in the 2014 financial ...

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New York-New Jersey Stays Busiest East Coast Port

New York-New Jersey Stays Busiest East Coast Port

The Port of New York and New Jersey handled 3,342,286 cargo containers in 2014, an increase of 5.4 percent over the ...

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UWT to Get New Quay in Rotterdam

New Quay at Port of Rotterdam

Port of Rotterdam Authority drove the first pile for a new new quay in the Johan Frisohafen to be used by United ...

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Greenland’s Nuuk Harbour to Get New Container Terminal

Greenland's Nuuk Harbour to Get Container Terminal

Danish general infrastructure contractor Aarsleff has entered into an agreement with Sikuki Nuuk Harbour A/S about ...

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AAPA Disappointed with Proposed Port-Related Budget

AAPA Disappointed with Proposed Port-Related Budget

The American Association of Port Authorities (AAPA) is disappointment over the funding levels and programmatic ...

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Cosco Starts Piraeus Container Terminal Upgrade

Cosco Starts Piraeus Container Terminal Upgrade

China Ocean Shipping Company (Cosco) held the Inauguration of the Expansion of Pier III of COSCO Piraeus Container ...

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Port Saint John Sets Expansion Plan in Motion

Port Saint John Sets Expansion Plans in Motion

With the container volumes almost doubled since 2012, Canada’s Port Saint John will need a terminal upgrade ...

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DCT Gdansk Kicks Off Construction of Deepwater Berth

DCT Gdansk Kicks Off Construction of Deepwater Berth

DCT Gdansk, the operator of Poland’s largest container terminal, officially started the construction phase of a new ...

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Maersk Line, DB Schenker to Reduce CO2 Footprint

Maersk Line, DB Schenker to Reduce CO2 Footprint

Frankfurt-based transportation and logistics provider DB Schenker Logistics and Danish Maersk Line have signed a ...

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