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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Euro Container Growth to Stall

Euro Container Growth to Slow

European container ports are unlikely to be able to maintain the strong growth rates of the past three decades, ...

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Term of the Day: Chassis

Chassis

Chassis is a term that refers to a rectangular steel frame, supported by springs and wheeled axles constructed to ...

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Port of Hamburg Earns More Despite Ukraine Turmoil

Port of Hamburg Earns More Despite Ukraine Turmoil

Germany’s Port of Hamburg reported an increase in revenue and operating result in the 2014 financial ...

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New York-New Jersey Stays Busiest East Coast Port

New York-New Jersey Stays Busiest East Coast Port

The Port of New York and New Jersey handled 3,342,286 cargo containers in 2014, an increase of 5.4 percent over the ...

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Term of the Day: Container Freight Station (CFS)

CFS

A Container Freight Station or CFS is a shipping dock where a cargo is loaded into, or unloaded from containers. ...

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UWT to Get New Quay in Rotterdam

New Quay at Port of Rotterdam

Port of Rotterdam Authority drove the first pile for a new new quay in the Johan Frisohafen to be used by United ...

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Greenland’s Nuuk Harbour to Get New Container Terminal

Greenland's Nuuk Harbour to Get Container Terminal

Danish general infrastructure contractor Aarsleff has entered into an agreement with Sikuki Nuuk Harbour A/S about ...

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DP World’s Volume Growth Beats Expectations

DP World's Volume Growth Beats Expectations

DP World Limited’s gross container volumes grew by 8.9% on reported basis and 8.0% on a like-for-like basis ...

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Navios Container Shipping Sector Pays Dividends

Navios Container Shipping Sector Pays Dividends

Monaco-based owner and operator of dry bulk and container vessels Navios Maritime Partners reported USD 74.9 ...

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Economic Boom Puts Pressure on India’s Ports

Economic Boom Puts Pressure on India's Ports

India’s economic growth looks set to surpass China’s for the first time in 2016, lending support to both east and ...

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Dublin Port Ready for Bigger Container Ships

Dublin Port Ready for Bigger Container Ships

Dublin Port Company has officially opened its newly completed Alexandra Quay Container Terminal following a EUR 35 ...

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Flinders Adds Lifting Power to Adelaide Terminal

Flinders Adds Lifting Power to Adelaide Terminal

South Australia’s container terminal operator, Flinders Adelaide Container Terminal, has added two new ...

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OOCL Compensates Lower TEU Revenue with Volume

OOCL Compensates Lower TEU Revenue with Volume

Hong Kong-headquartered ocean carrier Oriental Overseas Container Lines (OOCL) handled 5,585,516 TEUs in 2014, an ...

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Image of the Day: MSC Oscar All Lubed Up

MSC Oscar;  Image source: LUKOIL

LUKOIL has begun supplies of cylinder oils of a new generation to MSC OSCAR, the world’s largest container ship. ...

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Asian Terminals Inc Reaches Seven Digit TEU Throughput

Asian Terminals Inc Reaches Seven Digit TEU Throughput

International cargoes handled by the Philippines’ Batangas Container Terminal (BCT) increased by as much as ...

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ILWU Shuts Down Portland Container Terminal

ILWU Shuts Down Portland Container Terminal

Dockworkers at the Port of Portland shut down the Terminal 6, the port’s only container terminal for twelve ...

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Sohar’s Container Throughput Surges

sohar

Container throughput at Oman’s SOHAR Port and Freezone grew 58 percent in 2014 mostly due to the relocation ...

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