Sailcargo Returning to Basics to Tackle Emissions

Ceiba

Sailcargo goes back to the roots of shipbuilding industry.

North Sea Port 'Keeping Close Eye' on Brexit Developments

North Sea Port is keeping a close eye on developments related to Brexit.

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Small LNG Seagoing Ships to Be Loaded at Wilhelmshaven

FSRU

Wilhelmshaven LNG Terminal to enable the loading of small LNG seagoing vessels.

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Port of Los Angeles Sets New All-Time Cargo Record

The Port of Los Angeles moved more cargo in 2018 than any time in its 111-year history.

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Despite Automation, Qualified Transport Workers Still Needed

The introduction of automation in global transport will be evolutionary, rather than revolutionary.

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Panama-Flagged Ship Allides with Emden Sea Lock Structure

emden port

A Panama-flagged ship rammed into the dolphin structures of the Emden Sea Lock.

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BPA Urges Govt to Prevent Chaotic Withdrawal from the EU

Brexit

BPA urged the government to avoid disruption to free trade at the country's ports in case of No-Deal Brexit.

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Port of Oakland Volume at All-Time High in 2018

Containers

Port of Oakland's container volume reached 2.55 million TEU in 2018, an all-time high for the port.

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Volumes at PSA International Keep Rising in 2018

Containers

PSA International handled 81 million TEUs in 2018, a rise of 9.1% over 74.2 million TEUs reported in 2017.

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ABP Reassures Disruption Will Be Avoided in Case of No-Deal

Brexit

ABP reaffirmed its commitment to keep Britain trading with Europe and the rest of the world after Brexit.

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Singapore Maintains Good Maritime Performance in 2018

ships

Singapore wrapped up 2018 with stable maritime performance.

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Fincantieri, Partners to Innovate Port Facilities in Italy

Signing ceremony; CEOs of CDP, Fabrizio Palermo, of Fincantieri, Giuseppe Bono, and of Snam, Marco Alverà

Fincantieri, CDP and Snam to collaborate on port development and sustainable technology projects in Italy.

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Port of Virginia Sets New Volume Record in 2018

Port of Virginia

Port of Virginia delivered record container cargo volume with 2.85 million TEUs handled in 2018.

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Pilbara Ports: Lumsden Point Project Moves Forward

cargo-ship

Pilbara Ports short-list two companies interested in investing in a new general cargo facility.

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Port of Rotterdam: Computers Predicting Vessel Arrival Times

Port of Rotterdam

Rotterdam Port is investing in the development of an application for standardized data exchange on port calls.

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Sydney, Brisbane Dockers to Strike over New Workplace Deal

Seafarer

MUA: Hutchison Ports' workers in Sydney and Brisbane to start a series of work stoppages as of January 17.

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NY/NJ Port to Test 1st All-Electric Straddle Carrier in US

Port

The first all-electric straddle carrier in the US is to arrive at the Port of New York and New Jersey by the end of 2019.

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DP World Inks Acquisition Deal for Chilean Port Operator

DP World

DP World is to expand it footprint by buying a 71.3% stake in Chilean port operator, Puertos y Logistica.

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HMM Starts China India Express Service with Mumbai Call

Hyundai Merchant Marine vessel

Hyundai Merchant Marine launched its China India Express (CIX) service with the first regular service call in Mumbai.

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Hong Kong Opens Investigation into New Seaport Alliance

The Competition Commission investigates the recently created terminal operator alliance.

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ABP, Thor Shipping Ink New 10-Year Contract

ship

ABP announces a new agreement with Thor Shipping & Transport.

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Port of Virginia Receives Four Giant STS Cranes

The Port of Virginia welcomed four new STS cranes - the latest step in the USD 320 million expansion project. 

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Putin Inaugurates Russia’s 1st FSRU

Putin

Putin put into operation Kaliningrad's LNG regasification terminal.

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Container Terminal Operators Form Hong Kong Seaport Alliance

CHT, ACT, HIT and MTL have decided to collaborate together in order to better use their terminal assets.

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NRF: US Container Imports to Weaken in First Half of 2019

Imports at the major US retail container ports slow down after a rush to beat increased tariffs on goods from China.

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Port Canaveral's Cruise Terminal 3 Project Moving Ahead

The construction of Port Canaveral's Cruise Terminal 3 in Florida can now begin as a bidder has been selected.

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Good News and Bad News for Container Ports in 2019

Container handling

The global container terminal industry is expected to remain a very profitable business in 2019.

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Port of Oslo Gets New Onshore Power Supply Connection

Inauguration of new onshore power supply connection

Stena Line inaugurated a new onshore power supply connection in the Port of Oslo on January 8.

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