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Rolls-Royce, ABP and Svitzer Partner Up on New Port Techs

Southampton

The companies will focus on digitization and Ship Intelligence solutions.

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China Seeks Feedback on Use of LNG as Marine Fuel

The Chinese Transport Ministry calls for feedback on the advancement of the use of LNG as marine fuel.

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US Sanctions on Iran to Affect Greek Owners

Tanker

Greek owners are most likely to be affected by the upcoming US sanctions on Iranian ports, shipping and energy sectors.

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Port of Antwerp Hit by Fire

Fire erupts at nickel ore warehouse at Port of Antwerp, Belgium.

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Tanker Damages Dock at Ploce Port, Croatia

Ploce Port

A tanker loaded with oil rammed into a dock in the Croatian Port of Ploce, causing significant damage.

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NRF: US Imports Set Records ahead of New Tariffs

Containers

US imports have set a number of records ahead of new tariffs on products from China.

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Bow Jubail Oil Spill Clean-Up to Last until Mid-2019

Bow Jubail oil spill

Port of Rotterdam: The cleanup of Bow Jubail HFO spill is expected to last until the middle of 2019.

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Trafigura Wants to Build VLCC Terminal in Texas Gulf

Trafigura's Texas Gulf Terminals looking to build a new offshore deep water terminal in the Gulf of Texas.

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Moody's Upgrades DP World's Ratings, Outlook Stable

Operations at DP World Jebel Ali

DP World's long-term issuer rating has been upgraded to Baa1 from Baa2, Moody’s rating agency said.

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Terminal Start-Up Costs Put Pressure on ICTSI's Income

Manila International Container Terminal

ICTSI's net income dropped in 1H 2018 due to the start-up costs of new terminals in Papua New Guinea and Australia.

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Hudaydah Port Interruptions Would Be Catastrophic

Yemeni flag

UN: Keeping Hudaydah and Saleef ports critical for Yemen.

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Djibouti Gov't Rejects London Court Doraleh Decision

Container terminal

Djibouti has refused the decision of the London Court which declared seizure of DCT from DP World as illegal.

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BPA Calls for Action as "No Deal" Brexit Is Now Likely

Brexit

BPA called for renewed emphasis on cross border trade facilitation amid a likely 'no deal' Brexit outcome.

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Yilport Gets Nod for Italian Terminal Concession

Port

Yilport Holding has moved closer to its concession of the container terminal at Italy's Port of Taranto.

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Readers' Picks of the Week

Word Maritime News

Here are the most read stories from the previous week.

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Newcastle Port Wants to Diversify, Eyes Container Terminal

Newcastle

Australian Port of Newcastle is ready to diversify by building a container terminal.

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CK Hutchison: Trade Disputes May Affect Port Business in H2

Port

CK Hutchison expects trade conflicts to impact its port business in the second half of the year.

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DP World Says London Court Ruled against Djibouti

gavel

DP World: Court found that Djibouti’s concession termination for Doraleh Container Terminal was illegal.

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Drewry: Container Port Utilisation Levels Set to Rise

Container terminal

Drewry: Average utilisation levels are expected to rise markedly across almost all regions of the world by 2022.

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Port of Amsterdam Doubles ESI Discounts on Port Dues

AMSTERDAM PORT

The Port of Amsterdam will offer double discounts on port dues to ships that have ESI certificate and use LNG as fuel.

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COSCO Shipping Lines Back to Normal after Cyber Attack

cyber

COSCO Shipping Lines says its network applications in the Americas have been totally recovered after cyber attack.

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Port of Corpus Christi Collects USD 216 Mn from Bond Sale

Port of Corpus Christi

The Port of Corpus Christi has raised USD 216.2 million from the sale of Senior Lien Revenue Bonds.

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EU, US Agree to Hold Off Further Tariffs, Boost LNG Trade

Trump, Juncker

Junker and Trump agreed to work toward zero tariffs and boost trade relations, mainly of soybeans and LNG.

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Anti-Corruption Project in Nigeria Improves Port Calls

Shipping

Danish Shipping: An anti-corruption project for ports has been completed in Nigeria with positive outcomes.

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Port of Rotterdam’s H1 Throughput Down 2.2 Pct

Port of Rotterdam

The port reported a throughput of 232.8 million tonnes, a drop of 2.2 percent in total throughput year-on-year.

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Terminals in Europe, Australia Boost DP World's Performance

Containers

DP World delivers encouraging results driven by performance of container terminals in Europe and Asia.

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Cochin Port Inks Work Order for New Cruise Terminal

Cruise ships

India's Cochin Port is to construct a new cruise terminal with a capacity to handle 5,000 visitors by February 2020.

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