Growing Trade and Mega Ships Top Euro Ports Concern List

Growing Trade and Mega Ships Top Euro Ports Concern List

Growing and clustered traffic volumes, larger ships and the cost of subsequent adaptation of port and ...

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SCPA Eyes Seven-Figure Annual Box Volume

SCPA Eyes Seven-Figure Annual Box Volume

The US east coast port operator South Carolina Ports Authority (SCPA) has handled nearly 15 percent more pier ...

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DP World Brisbane Orders Two Kalmar Auto Stacking Cranes

DP World Brisbane Orders Two Kalmar Auto Stacking Cranes

Dubai-based port operator DP World has ordered two new Kalmar automatic stacking cranes (ASCs) for its ...

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DP World Says No to Audit in India

DP World Says No to Audit in India

Dubai-headquartered port and terminal operator DP World has refused a request by India’s Ministry of Shipping ...

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No Solution in Sight for Dockers’ Strike at Callao Port

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The dockers’ strike at Callao port in Peru has been underway for over a week now and based on the current ...

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British Columbia Opens Door to USD 36 Billion LNG Facility

British Columbia Opens Door to USD 36 Billion LNG Facility

The government of British Columbia and a consortium of companies led by Malaysia’s Petroliam Nasional Bhd ...

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Ethiopia to Use Port Sudan as Oil Imports Hub

Ethiopia to Use Port Sudan as Oil Imports Hub

Ethiopia and Sudan have penned a deal that will pave the way for using Port Sudan for transporting oil to ...

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PMA Ratifies Five-Year Contract with ILWU

PMA Ratifies Five-Year Contract with ILWU

The members of the US Pacific Maritime Association (PMA) have voted to ratify a new five-year contract with the ...

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Norwegian Dawn Cleared to Leave Bermuda

Norwegian Dawn Cleared to Leave Bermuda

Norwegian Cruise Line’s cruise ship Norwegian Dawn was cleared to depart Bermuda after inspections showed ...

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APL Bolsters America Links

APL Bolsters America Links

Container carrier APL, a wholly owned subsidiary of Singapore-based Neptune Orient Lines, is introducing a new ...

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English Channel Ferry Saga Continues

English Channel Ferry Saga Continues

UK Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) will seek permission to appeal following last week’s Court of Appeal ...

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Port Otago Making Room for Giant Boxships

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New Zealand’s Port Otago has set its sights on next generation containerships  and plans to make room for ...

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Port of Houston Makes It Rain

Port of Houston Makes It Rain

The US Port of Houston reported a record monthly revenue in April, spurred on by a 23 percent spike in total cargo ...

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UASC Launches Agency in Jordan

UASC Launches Agency in Jordan

Middle Eastern container line United Arab Shipping Company (UASC) has established a wholly UASC-operated agency in ...

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Port of Antwerp Rewards Green Ships

Port of Antwerp Rewards Green Ships

Belgium’s port of Antwerp will grant a discount of up to 30% in port dues to seagoing ships that use ...

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CMA CGM Starts Two Asia-Northern Europe Services

CMA CGM Starts Two Asia-Northern Europe Services

French container line CMA CGM is launching two new weekly services between Asia and Northern Europe, the Rotterdam ...

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Puget Sound Ports Steady

Puget Sound Ports Steady

Container volumes at the US West Coast Ports of Seattle and Tacoma stabilized in April, growing 1 percent year to ...

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Protests Intensify at Port of Seattle

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About 200 protesters gathered on Monday at the Port of Seattle marching their way to the Terminal 5 where ...

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Pelindo I Starts Port and Terminal Development Projects

Pelindo I Starts Port and Terminal Development Projects

Indonesia’s state-owned port operator PT Pelabuhan Indonesia I (Pelindo I) plans to spend Rb 18 trillion (USD ...

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Port of Hamburg’s Seaborne Cargo Volumes Flat

Port of Hamburg's Seaborne Cargo Volumes Flat

Germany’s Port of Hamburg handled 35.6 million tons of various seaborne cargo in the first quarter of 2015, ...

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Imports Boost April Container Volumes at Port of Long Beach

Imports Boost April Container Volumes at Port of Long Beach

Container cargo flow through Southern California’s Port of Long Beach increased 7.9 percent in April compared ...

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Carnival Starts Alaska Cruise Season

Carnival Starts Alaska Cruise Season

Miami-based Carnival Cruise Line has kicked off its 2015 Alaska cruise season with Carnival Legend departing from ...

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Port of Savannah April Container Volumes Jump 25.8 Percent

Port of Savannah's April Container Volumes Jump 25.8%

The US Port of Savannah container volumes increased by 25.8 percent in April, with a total volume of 335,337 ...

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MOL Joins 2M on Asia-ECSA Trade

MOL Joins 2M on Asia-ECSA Trade

Two of the world’s largest container carriers – Denmark’s Maersk Line and Swiss-based ...

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Singapore Asks Iran to Investigate Alpine Eternity Incident

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The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) has requested the Iranian maritime authorities to investigate ...

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US Coast Guard Detains Faulty Bulker in Astoria

US Coast Guard Detains Faulty Bulker in Astoria

The US Coast Guard detained the Panamanian-flagged bulk carrier Ikan Sudip, after significant environmental and ...

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Transatlantic Trade Buoyant on Westbound Growth

Transatlantic Buoyant on Westbound Trade Growth

For years the sleeping dog of container trades, the Transatlantic is now waking up as strong westbound traffic is ...

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