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More Focus Needed on Post-Brexit Possible Delays at Borders

The British Ports Association (BPA) said that more focus is needed on the likely impacts – such as delays at ...

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Port of Oakland Adds New Equipment to Cut Ship Emissions

Californian Port of Oakland has commissioned new equipment bolstering efforts to curb diesel emissions from ships. ...

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Australia Fines Adani for Abbot Point Pollution

Mining giant Adani has been fined for breaching pollution limits from its Abbot Point coal terminal in ...

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Port of Montreal Can Now Power Cruise Ships with Electricity

The Montreal Port Authority (MPA) has completed its shore power project allowing vessels that dock at the ...

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MPA Singapore Revokes Panoil's Bunker Craft Operator Licence

Bunkering company Panoil Petroleum will no longer be allowed to work as a bunker craft operator in the Port of ...

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Video: CSCL Jupiter Refloated off Antwerp

CSCL Jupiter, the 366-meter long containership which ran aground near Bath, the Netherlands on August 14, was ...

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Box Volumes Drive HHLA's Revenue Growth

German terminal operator Hamburger Hafen und Logistik AG (HHLA) saw a 12 percent rise in its container throughput ...

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Spotted: MV Lone Brings 12 Damen Ships to Rotterdam

Heavy lift vessel MV Lone, owned by heavy lift and project cargo transporter SAL Heavy Lift, arrived in the ...

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DP World, Suez Canal Zone Set Up JV

Dubai-based port and terminal operator DP World has agreed with the General Authority of Suez Canal Zone to form a ...

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Shell’s First LNG Bunker Ship Arrives in Rotterdam

Royal Dutch Shell’s first LNG bunker vessel named Cardissa has arrived in the port of Rotterdam to fuel ships ...

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GPA's Volumes on the Rise

The Georgia Ports Authority witnessed an increase in its volumes for the calendar year through July, which were up ...

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GPHA, IbisTek Ink Concession Deal for New Takoradi Terminal

The Ghana Ports and Harbours Authority (GPHA) has signed a concession agreement with compatriot firm IbisTek ...

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Volumes Continue Growing at Port of Los Angeles

The Port of Los Angeles’ container volumes climbed by 9.5 percent during the first seven months of the ...

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Whale Found Lodged on Princess Cruises Ship in Alaska

A deceased whale was found lodged on top of the bulbous bow on the cruise ship Grand Princess when the vessel ...

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MUA: Qube Ports Wharfies Fight Proposed Wage Cut

Wharf workers at Australia’s Qube Ports Newcastle have announced work bans against a company push to cut ...

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Australia Could Build New Gas Import Terminal at Crib Point

Australian energy company AGL has selected Crib Point, Western Port, in Victoria as the preferred site for the ...

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Ports America Denies Reports on Possible Sale

US terminal operator Ports America has denied rumors on a possible sale of the company to Turkish port operator ...

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Hansa Heavy Lift Ships 13 Modules to Australia

German shipping company Hansa Heavy Lift has transported 13 modules measuring over 147,124 cbm from China to ...

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NRF: Imports at Top US Container Ports to Hit New Records

August is expected to be the busiest month on record for imports at the US major retail container ports and 2017 is ...

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20,568 TEU Munich Maersk Makes Maiden Call at Hamburg

In today’s spotted, we bring you an image of Munich Maersk, which berthed at EUROGATE Container Terminal ...

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Mwani Qatar, Muntajat Ink MoU to Benefit from Port Services

Qatar Ports Management Company (Mwani Qatar) and Qatar Chemical and Petrochemical Marketing and Distribution ...

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Port of Oakland to Start Five-Year Record Run in 2018

Californian Port of Oakland is anticipating a five-year run of record cargo volume beginning in 2018. By 2022, the ...

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ICTSI's Gains Increase with More Volumes

Manila-based International Container Terminal Services, Inc. (ICTSI) has reported a rise in its earnings, as well ...

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Diversity Supports Growth at Marseille Fos

Despite a dip in oil volumes, cargo throughput at the Port of Marseille Fos in the first half of 2017 rose 2% on ...

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India to Start Ops at Iran's Chabahar Port by 2018

India is looking to start operations at the Chabahar Port in Iran by 2018, according to the country’s ...

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SAAM Posts Double-Digit Profit Growth

Chilean provider of port, logistics and towage services SAAM ended the first half of 2017 with a net income of USD ...

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