Heysehaven Welcomes First Offshore Vessel

Heysehaven Welcomes First Offshore Vessel

The first offshore ship arrived at the new Franklin Offshore quay on the Heysehaven, at the Port of Rotterdam on Tuesday 28 October, marking the semi-official reinstatement of  Heysehaven as an offshore port.  The first ...

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European Ports to Promote Female Employment

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The European Sectoral Social Dialogue on Ports ratified two joint papers dealing with “Recommendations on Women’s ...

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Costa Rica Proposes Investments to Settle Concession Dispute

Costa Rica Proposes Investments to Settle Concession Dispute

Costa Rica’s labor ministry presented a proposal to invest around USD 260 million in Port of Limón and further USD ...

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ITF Condemns Costa Rican Police Brutality against Strikers

ITF Condemns Costa Rican Police Brutality against Strikers

The International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF) has strongly condemned the actions of the Costa Rican ...

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Delays Increasing at Californian Twin Ports

Port of Los Angeles

Worsening port congestion in Californian ports prompted by rising container volumes have forced rising number of ...

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Shipping Considerably Impacted by Ebola Outbreak

Shipping Considerably Impacted by Ebola Outbreak

Despite IMO’s recommendation to keep maritime business as usual in Ebola-affected areas players from the ...

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Caution Advised for Shipment of Sierra Leone’s Iron Ore

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Booming mining industry that lead to an upswing of iron ore exports from Sierra Leone may be impacted by the Ebola ...

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Two Containerships Ablaze in Port Klang

Two Containerships Ablaze in Port Klang

A fire broke out  on Tuesday night in Port Klang, Malaysia after two containerships brushed against each other in ...

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First Q-Max Unloading LNG at Dubai Terminal

First Q-Max to Unload LNG at Dubai Terminal

Qatargas Operating Company Limited (Qatargas) has for the first time delivered LNG on-board a Q-Max Vessel to the ...

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Gallery: Independence on Display in Klaipeda

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Liquefied natural gas (LNG) storage vessel Independence, built for the Klaipeda LNG terminal, was officially ...

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Khalifa Port Container Terminal Volumes Exceed Projections

Khalifa Port Container Terminal Volumes Exceed Projections

Abu Dhabi Terminals (ADT), manager and operator of Khalifa Port Container Terminal, has handled 2 million TEU ...

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Wave Break Island Cruise Terminal Feasible

Wave Break Island Cruise Terminal Feasible

A cruise ship terminal located on the eastern side of Australia’s Wave Break Island could be open in 2018 as ...

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New Investments Boost DP World’s Volumes

New Investments Boost DP World's Volumes

DP World Limited handled 44.8 million TEUs (twenty-foot equivalent units) across its global portfolio of container ...

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North P&I Club: Charterparties Should Include ...

Charterparties Should Include Ebola-Specific Clauses

The 180 million GT North P&I Club is advising shipowner members to incorporate Ebola-specific clauses in their ...

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Hanjin Joins South Africa Services

Hanjin Joins South Africa Services

Hanjin Shipping is expanding its service network in South Africa by participating in the existing SF1 (South ...

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IMO: Business as Usual in Ebola Affected Areas

Business as Usual in Ebola Affected Areas

There should be no general ban on international travel or trade due to the Ebola virus disease outbreak in West ...

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Lithuanian LNG Terminal Welcomes Independence

LNG storage vessel Independence

The welcoming ceremony for the liquefied natural gas (LNG) storage vessel Independence, built for the Klaipeda LNG ...

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Zayed Port Cruise Season Kicks Off

Zayed Port Cruise Season Kicks Off

The MS Rotterdam is the first cruise ship to call on Abu Dhabi Ports Company’s (ADPC) Zayed Port in the new season ...

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JAXPORT Preps for Bigger Ships

JAXPORT Preps for Bigger Ships

The U.S. port of Jacksonville (JAXPORT) has finalized a USD 37.6 million contract to purchase three new 100-gauge ...

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Nine Kalmar Electric Cranes for Piraeus Container Terminal

Nine Kalmar Electric Cranes for Piraeus Container Terminal

Kalmar, part of Cargotec, has signed a repeat order for nine all-electric rubber-tyred gantry cranes (RTGs) with ...

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Readers’ Picks of the Week (20-24th of October)

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Clyde and Co: Ships with Fatigued Crew Unseaworthy If a ship’s crew doesn’t receive enough rest while trying to ...

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Port of Rotterdam Marks Slight Increase in Volumes

Rotterdam Port Marks Slight Increase in Volumes

Over the last three quarters, the port of Rotterdam handled 0.3% more cargo than the same period last year, the ...

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Costa Rican Police Storm Port Limón

Costa Rican Police Storm Port Limón

Costa Rican police entered the Port of Limón ten hours after the Japdeva Workers’ Union (Sintrajap) started a ...

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Construction of Amsterdam Sea Locks Needs Speeding Up

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Amsterdam mayor has requested from the City Council to approve EUR 105 million (USD 132 mill) in funding for ...

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New Bulk Cargo Terminal for Novorossiysk Port

New Bulk Cargo Terminal for Novorossiysk Port

Novorossiysk Commercial Sea Port Group (NCSP) has entered into an agreement with Metalloinvest to construct a ...

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