Computational Fluid Dynamics

Over just the past fifteen years, the use of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) has become mainstream in ship design.

Spotted: Savannah Welcomes Four Giant Cranes

The Georgia Ports Authority welcomed the arrival of four massive ship-to-shore cranes at the Port of ...

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APM Terminals Quetzal Open for Business

Container terminal operator APM Terminals inaugurated its new terminal Quetzal in Guatemala on November 21. APM ...

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Global Container Volumes Grow by 7.7% in Third Quarter

Port volumes recorded a 7.7% rise in aggregate throughput in the quarter ended September 30, growing at their ...

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Trafigura Confirms Plans for Pakistan's Second LNG Terminal

Commodity trading and logistics company Trafigura has confirmed plans to develop a second LNG import terminal ...

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Venepandi Warns Ships of Incidents during Inspections

During the mandatory antidrug underwater inspections in Venezuela prior to sailing, an increasing number of alleged ...

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Singapore Charges Bunker Supplier, Staff with Cheating

Singapore’s bunkering company, and three of its executives, have been charged with cheating and criminal ...

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China's Tariff Reduction Is Credit Negative for SIPG

China’s announced cut in the handling tariff for import and export containers is credit negative for Shanghai ...

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Port of Hamburg to Profit from CETA Free Trade Agreement

Germany’s Port of Hamburg is set to profit from the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) between ...

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Ships Arriving from Crimea Can No Longer Visit Turkish Ports

The Turkish government has issued a decision prohibiting ships arriving from or calling at Crimea and its ports ...

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Acorus Banned from Paris MoU Region for the 2nd Time

The Paris MoU organization detained a general cargo vessel in Piraeus, Greece, on November 10. As explained, the ...

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Beijing Discovers Anti-Trust Violations at Several Ports

A two-month investigation launched in April this year by China’s National Development and Reform Commission ...

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MPA: North Korean Ships Cannot Bunker in Singapore

The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) has informed the shipping community that Singaporean ships may ...

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Bulker's 1st Officer Blamed for Collision at Port of Brake

The first officer of Mount Hope, a bulk carrier which collided with a pier at the German Port of Brake on November ...

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US Court: ILWU Guilty of Labor Violations

The International Longshore and Warehouse Union (ILWU) has been found guilty of violating U.S. federal labor laws ...

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Vietnam Transshipment Operations Kick Off

On November 12, 2017, the Babycape Richard Oldendorff arrived at the Go Gia buoys in South Vietnam with the largest ...

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Storm Causes Congestion Issues at Vietnam's Port

Vietnam’s port of Qui Nhon is experiencing severe congestion as a storm in the area caused a number of ...

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Portland Reviving Container Shipping Business

After over a year and a half, Port of Portland’s Terminal 6 in Oregon will get a container shipping service ...

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HHLA's Container Volumes Up by 10.8 Pct

German terminal operator Hamburger Hafen und Logistik AG (HHLA) recorded a growth of 10.8 percent in container ...

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Hutchison Ports Wins Concession for Ahmed Bin Rashid Port

Hong Kong-based port operator Hutchison Ports has been awarded a concession to operate Ahmed Bin Rashid Port in Umm ...

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Westports' Nine-Month Container Volumes Down

Malaysian port operator Westports Holdings Berhad saw its container volumes drop in the nine-month period ended ...

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Houthis to Target Ships Off Yemen If Ports Don't Reopen?

The closure of Yemeni ports by the Saudi-led coalition is heating up tensions in the region as Houthi movement ...

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Body of Final Missing JBB De Rong 19 Crew Member Found

The body of the last missing crew member of dredger JBB de Rong 19 has been recovered two months after the fatal ...

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NRF: US Container Ports to Witness Flat November Imports

After months of record-setting volume ahead of the holiday season, imports at major US container ports should be ...

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Indonesian Port Worker Crushed to Death at ICTSI Terminal

An Indonesian port worker was killed on the job at the International Container Terminal Services Inc (ICTSI) ...

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Yemen’s Port of Aden Exempt from Port Closure

The Port of Aden has been excluded from the temporary closure of all sea, air and land ports in Yemen imposed ...

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Gallery: Southampton Hosts 20,568 TEU Maersk Newbuild

Image Courtesy: ABP Southampton ABP Southampton welcomed the 20,568 TEU newbuilding Milan Maersk on November 7, the ...

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ICTSI’s Net Income Edges Up

Philippine terminal operator International Container Terminal Services (ICTSI) saw a 5 percent rise in net income ...

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