It Took Us 2 Years to Be Taken Seriously

xChange representatives reveal challenges faced during launching of their startup and plans ahead.

NC Ports Closed Until Wednesday

USCG

North Carolina ports of Wilmington and Morehead City will remain closed through September 19.

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Poten: Tankers in the Eye of the Storm?

tanker

Hurricane aftermaths have led to an upswing in rates due to a lack of available tonnage.

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Buckeye Terminal Fully Operational after Diesel Spill

Buckeye Terminal

The Buckeye Terminal is now fully operational following a diesel oil spill which happened on September 6.

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Port Authorities Join Forces in Climate Action Program

Port of Los Angeles

Seven leading port authorities are joining forces to address the issue of global warming.

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DP World Will Continue Defending Its Rights in DCT

DP World

DP World said it will pursue all legal means to defend its rights as shareholder and concessionaire in DCT.

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MUA Raises Concerns over Workplace Safety at VICT Terminal

Port

MUA has raised concerns over safe working conditions at the Victoria International Container Terminal (VICT).

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Global Ports Signs Concession Deal for Croatian Cruise Port

Cruise port

Global Ports Holding has signed a 20-year concession for the Gazenica cruise port in Zadar, Croatia.

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Rostock to Supply First AIDA Ships with Shore Power in 2020

(from left) Rostock's Lord Mayor Roland Methling, AIDA President Felix Eichhorn, Prime Minister Manuela Schwesig and Rostock's port chief Jens Aurel Scharner signed an agreement to promote environmentally friendly cruise tourism in Rostock.

AIDA Cruises, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania sign deal to build a shore power plant for cruise ships in Rostock.

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Buckeye Terminal's Dock Opens for Fuel Transfers after Spill

US Coast Guard

Buckeye Terminal's dock able to resume petroleum operations as oil spill clean up continues.

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Port of Long Beach Gets USD 50 Mn for Zero Emissions Project

Port of Long Beach

Port of Long Beach gets preliminary approval for a USD 50 million grant for its zero emissions project.

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Transnet Ready to Start DCT Berth Deepening Project

DCT

TNPA has moved closer to the berth deepening project at Durban Container Terminal (DCT).

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Djibouti Nationalizes All PDSA Shares in Doraleh Terminal

Doraleh Container Terminal

Djibouti has decided to nationalize, with immediate effect, all PDSA shares in the Doraleh Container Terminal (DCT).

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xChange: It Took Us About 2 Years to Be Taken Seriously

xChange: Saving money and the environment by cutting the number of empty containers shipped.

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USCG: Spill Suspends Fuel Transfers at Buckeye Terminal

USCG

All fuel transfers have been suspended at Buckeye Terminal following a diesel fuel spill.

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CHEC Pens Construction Deal for Tema LNG Terminal

GHANA FLAG

China Harbour Engineering Company inks deal for the construction of an LNG terminal in Tema

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Dubai Gets Court Injunction on DCT Contract Termination

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The High Court of England & Wales has granted Dubai an injunction on DCT contract termination.

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NYK to Combine Port and Harbor Transportation Businesses

NYK Line containership

NYK and Mitsubishi Logistics Corporation to form a joint holding company.

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Canaveral Port Authority Board Okays Agreement with Carnival

bulker

Carnival’s new 180,000-ton ship will homeport at Port Canaveral’s new Cruise Terminal 3.

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Port Emissions Down at POLB as Throughput Rises

Long Beach

Another San Pedro Bay port maintained lower levels of emissions even though its container traffic rose in 2017. 

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Carnival Horizon Allides with Dock in Manhattan

Cruise ship

A cruise ship operated by Carnival allided with Pier 90 at the Manhattan Cruise Terminal, damaging the structure. 

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COSCO Shipping Ports Continues Growth Momentum

Port

COSCO Shipping Ports delivered a strong throughput in H1 2018, due to enhanced synergies with Ocean Alliance. 

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Several Bids In for Port of Newcastle's Container Terminal

Newcastle Container Terminal concept illustration

The world's largest coal export port is on track with its plans to diversify.

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Port of Oakland Makes Its Shore Cranes Big Ship Ready

Port of Oakland cranes

Four ship-to-shore cranes at the busiest terminal at the Port of Oakland are 27 feet (8.2 meters) taller.

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Qatar, Iran Looking to Boost Shipping Ties

Qterminals, Hamad, Qatar

PMO: Qatar is interested in boosting trade relations with Iran.

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Los Angeles Port Sets New Record for Cutting NOx Emissions

Port of Los Angeles

The Port of Los Angeles set new record lows for emissions reductions in 2017.

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US Ports Urge Gov't to Consider Bad Impact of Trade Tariffs

Port

Tariffs on Chinese products and retaliatory responses to cover 8.4% of trade through US ports by value.

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Sale of Rotterdam Terminal Affects Odfjell's Earnings

odfjell

Norway's Odfjell SE suffered a net loss of USD 120 million in the second quarter of this year.

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