European and UAE Terminals Boost DP World’s Volumes

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Dubai-based port operator DP World Limited handled 61.7 million TEU across its global portfolio of container ...

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FEPORT: Container Weighing Rules Need Clarity

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Within less than six months, new SOLAS container weighing rules will come into force and there is still a lack of ...

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NWSA Sees Ninth Straight Month of Growth

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The Northwest Seaport Alliance, a marine cargo operating partnership of the ports of Seattle and Tacoma, saw ...

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HHLA Sees 11.8 Pct Drop in Container Volumes

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German terminal operator Hamburger Hafen und Logistik AG (HHLA) has recorded a 11.8 percent drop in container ...

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New Container Weighing Rules Explained

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The amendments to the SOLAS (Safety of Life at Sea) Convention on the new container weighing regulations due to ...

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First Triple-E Docks at Jebel Ali Port

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Global marine terminals operator DP World’s flagship Jebel Ali Port has received its first Triple-E vessel, the ...

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Port of Houston Expects Rise in Container Volumes

Port of Houston Expects Rise in Container Volumes

The Port of Houston Authority said that it projects an increase of its total revenues by 2 percent next year with a ...

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Container Volumes Jump at Georgia Ports

A vessel is loaded and unloaded at the Georgia Ports Authority Garden City Terminal near Savannah, Ga.

U.S. East Coast port operator Georgia Ports Authority has reported a 6.2 percent increase in container volumes, up ...

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Port of Singapore Marks 8th Month of Container Volume Dips

Port of Singapore Marks 8th Month of Container Volume Dips

The Port of Singapore, the world’s second busiest port just behind China’s Port of Shanghai, has marked ...

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October Container Volumes Slide in Los Angeles

Container Volumes Slide in Los Angeles

The Port of Los Angeles has seen 1.5 percent less containers in October 2015, totaling in 704,588 TEUs, compared to ...

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Triton, TAL to Create Container Lessor Giant

Triton, TAL Create Largest Freight Container Lessor

US-based Triton Container International Limited and TAL International Group, Inc. entered a merger agreement ...

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Container Lines in for Three Years of Overcapacity Pain

Container Shipping in for Three Years of Overcapacity Pain

Slowing global trade and a bloated orderbook of large vessel capacity mean that container shipping is set for ...

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Radioactive Container Found at Ashdod Port

Radioactive Container Found at Ashdod Port

Port workers at the Israeli Port of Ashdod were evacuated Monday after emergency teams discovered radiation ...

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COSCO Pacific Bolsters Quarterly Profit by Fifth

COSCO Pacific Bolsters Quarterly Profit by Fifth

The Hong Kong-headquartered COSCO Pacific handled 16.5 million TEUs throughout its container terminals in the first ...

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Shanghai Port Improves January Container Stats

Shanghai Port Improves January Container Stats

China’s Shanghai port, a global leader in annual container volumes handled, has increased its January ...

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Eurogate: Giant Boxships Bring Record Volumes

Eurogate Giant Boxships Bring Record Volumes

Germany’s terminal operator Eurogate Group increased its container handling volumes Europe-wide in 2014 by ...

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Abu Dhabi Ports Marks Double-Digit Growth

Abu Dhabi Ports Marks Double-Digit Growth

Abu Dhabi Ports handled more cargo last year than ever before, with the number of containers handled through ...

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New Container Pool to Improve Euro Links

New Container Pool to Improve Euro Links

Zeebrugge-headquartered European Containers (ECS) and Finnish cargo carrier Containerships have agreed to enter ...

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2M Links Gothenburg with Japan

2M Links Gothenburg with Japan

Sweden’s Port of Gothenburg has acquired a new deep sea service to Japan through the newly formed 2M Alliance ...

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China Favours Rotterdam Port

China Favours Rotterdam Port

In 2014, Rotterdam became the first European port to handle more than 3 million TEUs (20-foot container units) ...

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Added Capacity Pushes Costamare Further into Black

Added Capacity Pushes Costamare Further into Black

Athens-based ocean container carrier Costamare ended 2014 with USD 115.1 million net income, USD 13 million more ...

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