PPA's New Floating Dock to Start Ops in November

Piraeus Port Authority (PPA) informed that its new floating dock for ships with carrying capacity of 80,000 tons is ...

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Spain: Workers Suspend Strikes as Companies Quit Anesco

The Spanish stevedoring unions have decided to shelve their strike plans for the rest of this month as a sign of ...

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UK’s Dependence on Shipping to Grow amid Brexit Talks

The UK’s attention is switching to the future role of its ports, harbours and seafarers, which is expected to ...

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NIMASA Chief: Nigeria Needs Maritime Transport Policy

Nigeria is in dire need of a maritime transport policy which will complement the existing national transport policy ...

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MSC Buys Remaining Stake in Brazil's Portonave

Swiss container shipping giant Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC) has taken full control at Brazil’s ...

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Port of Felixstowe Welcomes World's Largest Boxship

The 21,413 TEU OOCL Hong Kong made its maiden call at Hutchison Ports’ Port of Felixstowe on June 21. The ...

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Sweden Inaugurates Expanded Port of Kapellskäras

Sweden has completed a three-year refurbishment and expansion project at the country’s port of Kapellskäras ...

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SCPA Approves Largest Capital Plan to Date

The South Carolina Ports Authority (SCPA) board of directors adopted a 2018 fiscal year financial plan that ...

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IMO: Integrated Approach to Maritime Sector Needed for SD

Economic stability and sustainable development can be driven by an integrated approach to the maritime sector, ...

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Spotted: Caravel Visits Canaveral

Florida’s Port Canaveral welcomed Glovis Caravel, a huge roll-on/roll-off vessel, for the first time on June ...

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Maritime Industry Needs Better Data Sharing, Collaboration

The maritime industry and broader ocean supply chain are suffering from major and costly inefficiencies due to ...

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Port of Tauranga Marks Million-Container Milestone

Port of Tauranga set a new container throughput record of more than one million TEUs processed in a year – a first ...

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Minister: No Solution to Gulf Crisis until Bans Are Lifted

The Foreign Minister of Qatar Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al-Thani said that the Gulf crisis cannot be resolved ...

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SLNG Performs 1st Small Scale LNG Reload

Singapore LNG Corporation (SLNG) has performed its first small scale liquefied natural gas (LNG) gas-up/cool-down ...

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APM Terminals Gothenburg to Lay Off 160 Workers

APM Terminals Gothenburg has served a notice of termination to 160 staff members, out of a total of 450 employees, ...

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Ecuador's TPG Completes Extension Works

Terminal Portuario Guayaquil (TPG), a private port operated by SAAM, has put into operation an extended berth, new ...

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Abu Dhabi Ports Inks Concession Deal for Fujairah Port

Port developer and operator Abu Dhabi Ports has entered into a 35-year concession agreement to develop, manage and ...

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China's MSA to Conduct Special Inspection for Bulkers

The China Maritime Safety Administration (MSA) has launched a special inspection campaign for bulk carriers of ...

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Fuel-Oil Bunkering Operations Start at Qatari Ports

State-owned petroleum company Qatar Petroleum has launched a ship-to-ship fuel bunkering facility for all vessels ...

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No Follow-Up Strike at Some Terminals in Barcelona

Workers at some terminals in the port of Barcelona have not joined the follow-up strike called for Monday, June 19 ...

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Port of Oakland's Bond Ratings Up, Outlook Stable

The bond ratings and assigned ratings of California’s port of Oakland have been upgraded on an upcoming ...

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Port of Montreal's New Cruise Terminal Inaugurated

Image Courtesy: MPA The Montreal Port Authority (MPA) welcomed on June 10 Holland America Line’s MS Maasdam, ...

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USCG: Ferry Crashes into Jetty in Hyannis Harbor

At least five people were injured when a high-speed ferry hit a jetty while entering Hyannis Harbor, Massachusetts, ...

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Spain: USD 123 Mn Lost, 34 Ships Diverted amid Two-Day Strike

The latest round of dockworker strikes in Spain has cost the country EUR 110 million (USD 123 million), Spanish ...

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Philippine CG Takes Over Security Supervision of Ports

The Philippine Coast Guard has assumed control of the security supervision of all ports, and shipping operations in ...

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IDC: Two-Hour Work Stoppage Planned in All European Ports

Dockworkers in ports across Europe will stop work for two hours on June 29 in support of their Spanish colleagues ...

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