Ukrainian Ports to Become Deeper and Greener

USPA

USPA is making Ukrainian ports greener through a new concept.

USPA Takes Next Step in Azov Sea Ports Development Plan

Ukrainian port

USPA has taken the next step in its development plans for the ports of Mariupol and Berdiansk in the Azov Sea.

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Suitors Launch Their Bidding for Long Beach Terminal

COSCO, OOCL

Bids start to pour in for COSCO Shipping Holdings' sale of the Long Beach Container Terminal.

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Petronas Puts LNG Bunkering High on Agenda

Kairos

Petronas has set sights on tapping into the potential of burgeoning LNG bunkering market.

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MSC, Port of Valencia Trial IoT Network

MSC containership

MSC has teamed up with the Port of Valencia on a pilot Internet-of-Things (IoT) project, led by Traxens.

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Port of Baltimore a Step Closer to Hosting Larger Ships

Shipping

Port of Baltimore gets fund to deepen second container berth to 50 feet in order to accommodate larger vessels.

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GPA Expects to Reach Highest Yearly Volumes Ever

Georgia Ports Authority, Garden City Terminal

Georgia Ports Authority is on track to reach 4.36 million TEUs in 2018, its highest volumes ever in a calendar year.

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LNG Carrier Loads 1st Corpus Christi Commissioning Cargo

Maria Energy

LNG carrier Maria Energy loaded the first commissioning cargo of LNG from the Corpus Christi liquefaction facility.

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Security Risk to Vessels Visiting Jose Terminal on the Rise

tanker Venezuela

Security related incidents experienced by vessels visiting Jose Terminal, in Venezuela, have been on the rise.

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Panama Canal Signs Dry Cargo Deal with Brazilian Port

Panama Canal Administrator Jorge L. Quijano

Panama Canal, Port of Itaqui agree to promote shipment of grains and other cargoes to markets in Asia.

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COSCO, Abu Dhabi Ports Open New Terminal at Khalifa Port

Cosco vessel

COSCO Shipping Ports and Abu Dhabi Ports inaugurated today CSP Abu Dhabi Terminal at Khalifa Port.

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Ports Need to Be Climate Change Proofed Urgently

Port of Hamburg

Ports and coastal infrastructure need to be prepared urgently for the projected impacts of the climate change.

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ITF Dockers Start Fight for Safety after JICT Incident

Dockworker

ITF Dockers agreed to aggressively work on improving safety after an incident involving chemicals at the JICT.

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Port of Tallinn to Reward Emission-Reducing Ships

Cruise Ships at Port of Tallinn

Port of Tallinn is to reward emission-reducing ships with an 8% discount on tonnage fees starting in 2019.

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ACCC: NSW Ports' Deeds Are Anti-Competitive and Illegal

Port of Newcastle - Container Terminal concept illustration

ACCC has taken legal action against NSW Ports for allegedly making anti-competitive and illegal deals.

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NRF: US Imports Reach 2 Mn Containers in a Single Month

Containers

Imports at US container ports reached 2 million containers as retailers rushed to beat the now-postponed tariffs.

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Rotterdam Port: IAPH LNG Audit Tool Found to Be Efficient

The IAPH audit tool has proven to be useful when granting LNG bunkering licenses at ports.

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NCLH to Construct New Pier at Alaska's Icy Strait Point

Norwegian Bliss

NCL signed a partnership deal to develop a second cruise pier in Icy Strait Point in Hoonah, Alaska.

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Ukrainian Ports Aim to Become Deeper and Greener

USPA

USPA is joining the trend of making the country's ports greener through a new concept.

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Royal Caribbean to Build New Cruise Terminal at Galveston

Port of Galveston

The Port of Galveston, Royal Caribbean Cruisesto develop and operate a new cruise terminal. 

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Barcelona Joins the Fight for Med-ECA

Port of Barcelona

The Barcelona City Council has backed the initiative of establishing an Emission Control Area in the Mediterranean.

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EU Gives Green Light for DP World's Unifeeder Takeover

Unifeeder vessel

EU has approved DP World's acquisition of Denmark-based Unifeeder Group.

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Moving Boxes at High Speed through a Tube - A Reality?

HHLA

HHLA and HTT to develop a system for moving containers at high speed through a tube to and from Hamburg Port.

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Carnival to Operate Santa Cruz de Tenerife Cruise Terminal

Carnival

Carnival Corporation to operate the Canary Islands' and Mid Atlantic's newest cruise terminal.

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Puget Sound Terminal 18 Surpasses 1 Mn TEU Mark

containers

SSA Marine’s Terminal 18 surpassed 1 million TEUs in yearly container volume last week.

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Vancouver Port Completes Shore Power Project

vancouver

The Vancouver Fraser Port Authority completed a shore power project aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

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Harris: U.S. Will Be Favored as LNG Bunkering Hub

Jonathan Harris; Senior Business Development Manager Puget LNG

Puget LNG's Jonathan Harris believes U.S. will be favored as an LNG bunkering hub in the future.

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NYK, MLC to Form Holding Company in December

nyk-line

NYK, MLC to establish a joint holding company in December and merge port and transportation businesses in April.

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