Sailings on Dover-Calais Route Partially Resumed

Sailings on Dover-Calais Route Partially Resumed

DFDS Seaways said that it has decided to resume sailings on its Dover-Calais route from 07:30 on Tuesday 28 July, ...

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Milaha Marks Growth Across the Board

Sheikh Ali Bin Jassim Bin Mohammad Al Thani

Qatar Navigation (Milaha) Q.S.C. delivered a net profit of QAR 651 million (around USD 179 million) for the first ...

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Port of Singapore Calls Bids for LNG Bunkering

Port of Singapore Calls Bids for LNG Bunkering

The Port of Singapore launched today its first Request for Proposal (RFP) for interested parties to apply for the ...

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Ports of Savannah and Brunswick Busier than Ever

Ports of Savannah and Brunswick Busier than Ever

U.S. port operator Georgia Ports Authority (GPA) moved a record 3.66 million twenty-foot equivalent container units ...

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Jensen-Designed LNG Articulated Tug-Barge Gets AIP

Jensen-Designed LNG Articulated Tug-Barge Gets Approval in Principle by ABS

US-based classification society American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) has granted an Approval in Principle to a ...

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Busan Port Wants More Transshipment Cargo

Busan Port Wants More Transhipment Cargo

South Korea’s Ministry of Ocean and Fisheries and the Busan Port Authority (BPA) have unveiled plans to turn ...

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Bulker Capsizes after Colliding with Tanker off Shanghai

Bulker Capsizes after Colliding with Tanker off Shanghai

A general cargo ship capsized after colliding with an oil tanker in Yangtze river off the Port of Shanghai last ...

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Venice Gets EU Funds to Build Mama Vessel Prototype

Venice Gets EU Funds to Build Mama Vessel Prototype

The European Union has granted EUR 9.7 million to Italy’s Port of Venice and Rimorchiatori Riuniti Panfido to ...

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Spotted: BPT Joins a Seven-Figure Club

BPT Joins a Seven-Figure Club

Santos-based container terminal Brasil Terminal Portuário (BTP) handled container number 1 million on its quay ...

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G6 Drops Four More Asia-Europe Sailings

G6 Drops Four More Asia-Europe Sailings

Six container lines forming the G6 Alliance have cancelled four more peak season Asia-Europe sailings in response ...

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First Cruise Ship Docks at Port of Teignmouth

The visit of the Hebridean Princess, the first cruise ship ever to call at the port of Teignmouth

ABP’s Port of Teignmouth marked a milestone on Thurdsay with the arrival of the first ever cruise ship at the ...

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Grup TCB Acquires Castellón Multipurpose Terminal

Terminal Polivalente Castellón1

Terminal designer and operator Grup TCB has signed the definitive acquisition of the Castellón Multipurpose ...

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ITF Opposes Extension of JICT Concession

Nova Hakim, JICT Union Chair, addresses workers at July protest

The International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF) has urged the Indonesian president to intervene over ...

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Port of Townsville Eyes Double Capacity

Port of Townsville

The Port of Townsville is investing AUD 55 million (about USD 44.12 million) to upgrade Berth 4 and double its ...

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Drewry: Carriers Keep Upwards Reliability Trend

Maersk

Container service reliability made another steady improvement in June with the aggregate on-time performance for ...

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New Shore Power Facilities at Port Metro Vancouver

Port Metro Vancouver

The Government of Canada and Port Metro Vancouver have allocated funding for the installation of shore power ...

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Dublin Port Marks Busiest Day Ever for Cruise Tourism

Dublin Port Marks Biggest Day Ever for Cruise Tourism

Dublin Port Company welcomed the arrival of four luxury cruise ships early this morning at Dublin Port, all within ...

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Carnival Raises Its Stakes in Barcelona

Carnival Raises Its Stakes in Barcelona

 Carnival Corporation & plc has inked a deal with the Port Authority of Barcelona to invest more than EUR 30 ...

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FMC Gives Green Light to Northwest Seaport Alliance

Port of Tacoma

The United States Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) has voted to allow the establishment of the Port of ...

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SL, Svitzer Strike Deal on Tug Outsourcing

smit

Tug operators Smit Lamnalco Towage (Australia) Pty Ltd. (SL) and Svitzer Australia (Svitzer) have entered into a ...

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Sanmar Delivers Tug Trio to Jordan’s LNG Terminal

Sanmar Delivers Tug Trio to Jordan's LNG Terminal

Turkish tug builder Sanmar Shipyards has delivered three more vessels to the Aqaba Port Marine Services Company ...

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Dredging NZ Fined over Worker Death

Dredging NZ Fined over Worker Death

Dredging NZ has been fined $79,500 and ordered to pay $42,000 in reparation after the death of a worker, crushed on ...

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BHP Billiton Injects USD 240m in Port Hedland

BHP Billiton Injects USD 240m in Port Hedland1

​ Australia-based mining giant BHP Billiton has assigned USD 240 million to purchase six additional tugs and ...

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DP World London Gateway Opens Logistics Hub

DP World London Gateway

The first distribution center at DP World London Gateway Logistics Park was officially opened on July 20th. The ...

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VIDEO: Four Barges Collide in Texas

Barges collision

On Monday, July 20th, two eastbound Kirby Inland Marine barges and two westbound Enterprise Marine Services barges ...

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BTZ Opts for Vlissingen for Its Bulk Operations

BTZ Opts for Vlissingen for Its Bulk Operations

Following talks with Zeeland Seaports Port Company, Bulk Terminal Zeeland B.V. (BTZ) signed a contract on 10 July ...

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Port Hedland Preps for Iron Ore Transport Growth

Port Hedland Preps for Rising Iron Ore Cargo Inflow

Australia’s largest bulk export port, Port Hedland, is set to receive a new marine control tower and ...

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