Irish Shipping Improving

Port of Dublin

Irish shipping and port activity rose by 7% in the fourth quarter of 2014 when compared to the corresponding period ...

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Manila Port Congestion Woes Are Over

Manila Port Congestion Woes Are Over

The congestion at the port of Manila has been resolved and port operations have been completely normalized, the ...

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India Pushes for Corporatization of Its Ports

Port of Gujarat

India is encouraging corporatization of its twelve state-backed ports as it strives for revitalization of its ...

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Tugs Free Grounded Maersk Garonne

Tugs Free Grounded Maersk Garonne

The container ship Maersk Garonne, which ran aground while entering the Fremantle Inner Harbour on ...

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FPS Service Links Rotterdam with St. Petersburg

FPS Service Links Rotterdam with St. Petersburg

The Rotterdam-based neutral consolidator FPS Famous Pacific Shipping has launched a new, weekly ocean LCL ...

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Australian Police Finds Meth in Container with Toys

Australian Police Finds Meth in Container with Kids Toys

The Australian Federal Police (AFP) and Australian Customs and Border Protection Service (ACBPS) have seized more ...

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Readers’ Picks of the Week (23-27 of Feb)

Readers’ Picks

Chief Engineer Jailed for Using Magic Hose Noly Torato Vidad, the Chief Engineer of the car carrier Selene Leader, ...

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Port of LA, Long Beach Cooperation Cleared

Port of LA, Long Beach Cooperation Cleared

The Federal Maritime Commission has approved an amendment to the Los Angeles and Long Beach Port Infrastructure and ...

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Port of LA Container Volumes Take a Hit

Port of LA Container Volumes Take a Hit

Container volumes at the Port of Los Angeles decreased 22.7 percent in January compared to the same month last ...

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Munkebo Maersk Becomes Biggest Ship to Sail on the Thames

Maersk Munkebo Becomes Biggest Ship to Sail on the Thames

The 18,300 TEU Triple E container ship Munkebo Maersk became the largest ship to ever sail up the River Thames as ...

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Lysblink Seaways Towed to Scallastle Bay

Lysblink Seaways Towed to Scallastle Bay

The DFDS cargo ship Lysblink Seaways arrived last night at the sheltered Scallastle Bay in the Sound of Mull after ...

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Busan Port Eyes 20 Million TEU Mark

Busan Port Eyes 20 Million TEU Mark

South Korea’s Busan Port handled all-time high 18.678 million TEUs in 2014, and once eight additional berths ...

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The Dutch Moving Most Maritime Cargo in EU

Port of Rotterdam

The Netherlands remained the largest maritime freight transport country in Europe in 2013, while Rotterdam, ...

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US Rep. Hahn: PMA Actions Call for Federal Investigation

PMA Actions Call for Federal Investigation

The US Congresswoman Janice Hahn, the representative of California’s 44th District, has called for an ...

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MSC Launches Australia-North Europe Service

MSC Launches Australia-North Europe Service

Switzerland-based Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC), world’s second largest seaborne containerised cargo ...

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TSA Carriers Call for Rate Hike

TSA Carriers Call for Rate Hike to Repair US West Coast Networks1

Member carriers in the Transpacific Stabilization Agreement (TSA) say that overall freight revenues must rise as a ...

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Swedish, Finnish Ports Target EU Funding

Port of Turku, Finland

Five Swedish and Finnish ports have this week submitted applications for EU funding within the 2014 CEF Transport ...

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Foyne Port Expansion Underway

Foyne Port Expansion Underway

Ireland’s bulk port company Shannon Foynes Port Company (SFPC) has launched a EUR 50 million (USD 56.7m) capital ...

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Los Angeles, Long Beach Ports Forge Ties

Port of Los Angeles

The US West Coast ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach plan to boost collaboration on a series of initiatives ...

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Port of Houston Preps for East Asia Volume Boom

Port of Houston Preps for East Asia Volume Boom

The Port of Houston Authority has started several expansion projects to meet the expected increase in ...

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Skuld Issues Stowaway Warning

Skuld Issues Stowaway Warning

South Africa’s Port of Cape Town has recently started classifying unauthorised persons found on board ships ...

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Manila Port Utilization Improving, Congestion Impact Lingers

manilla

Utilization level at Manila South Harbor (MSH) and the Manila International Container Terminal (MICT) are coming ...

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Queensland Ports Reeling from Cyclone Marcia

Queensland Ports Reeling from Cyclone Marcia

In the past few days, Central Queensland ports have been assessing the impact of the Category 2 Tropical Cyclone ...

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BigLift's Workers Injured in Crane Incident

BigLift's Happy Buccaneer

Two crew members of BigLift’s Happy Buccaneer heavy lift vessel were seriously injured on Monday ...

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King Edward Powerless in Bosporus

King Edward Powerless in Bosporus

The Marshall Islands-flagged King Edward lost power in the Bosporus strait and was carried dangerously close to the ...

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Construction of Lamu Port Kicks Off Next Month

Construction of Lamu Port Kicks Off Next Month

Construction of the Lamu port which is part of the Lamu Port Southern Sudan-Ethiopia Transport Corridor project ...

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Singapore to Bolster Its Maritime Sector

Port of Singapore

The Singapore government has set forth measures aimed at strengthening the competitiveness of its maritime sector ...

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