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2018 a Year of Transformation for Port Operators

2018 could be a defining year for global ports industry, according to the international law firm Ince & Co, ...

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Report: Up to 500 Bulkers Stuck at Asian Major Coal Ports

Between 400 and 500 large dry bulk carriers are waiting to unload coal in Chinese waters.

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Westports' Full Year Volume Dwindles

Westports' full year volumes drop by between seven and twelve percent in 2017.

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India Working to Attract More Investors to Its Port Sector

India has made a step forward in enticing more investors to support the development of its port sector.

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Cargo Volumes at Montreal Port Reach All-Time High

Montreal Port Authority (MPA) reported another record year with close to 38 million tons of cargo handled in 2017.

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Spotted: Ottawa Express 1st Ship to Reach Montreal in 2018

Ottawa Express became the 1st ocean-going vessel to reach the Port of Montreal without a stopover in 2018.

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ICTSI Assigns USD 25 Mn for Expansion Projects

ICTSI has earmarked USD 25 million to finance domestic and foreign expansion projects in 2018.

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Shanghai Port Sets World Box Volume Record

Container throughput at China's Port of Shanghai surpassed 40 million TEUs in 2017.

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BPA’s Focus in 2018 Will Be Shaping of Brexit Talks

One of the key priorities of BPA in 2018 will be influencing the Brexit discussions.

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Top Interviews of 2017

Here are the top interviews in 2017.

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Editor's Picks of 2017

2017 Year in Review: Editor's picks of the year

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Top Images of the Year

Our picks for the top maritime images of 2017.

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COSCO to Ship Crude Oil for PetroChina

COSCO Shipping Energy Transportation signed a deal to transport crude oil for PetroChina.

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PPA Signs New Collective Labor Agreement

Piraeus Port Authority inks new Collective Labor Agreement with PPA personnel.

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Box Volumes at Busan Port Surpass 20 Mn TEU Mark in 2017

Busan Port recorded a container throughput of 20 million TEUs, the highest cargo volume in the port's history.

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Marubeni, PTT to Study LNG Bunkering at Thailand's Port

Marubeni, PTT started a joint feasibility study to launch LNG bunkering in Thailand's largest industrial port.

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Master's Failure Caused Celebrity Infinity Allision

Celebrity Infinity allided with a berth in Alaska due to master's failure, NTSB informed.

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Moody's Upgrades Rating Outlook at Port of Palm Beach

Moody's revised Palm Beach Port District's rating outlook to positive from stable.

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Galp Conducts 1st LNG Ship Refueling in Portugal

Galp completed at the Port of Funchal the first ever LNG vessel refueling carried out at a Portuguese port.

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Hapag-Lloyd, DB Schenker Launching Eco-Friendly Initiative

Hapag-Lloyd and DB Schenker have launched a project aimed at reducing sulfur oxide emissions in ports.

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Greece Sells Major Stake in Thessaloniki Port

Greece has signed a deal to sell a majority stake in Thessaloniki Port as part of its bailout plan.

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Antwerp Port to Manage West African Cotonou Port

Port of Antwerp International has been appointed to manage and modernize the Port of Cotonou in West Africa.

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UK's Reports Downplay Brexit Challenges for Ports Sector

Sectoral analyses compiled by the UK Government understate the challenges of Brexit for the ports sector.

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Aegean Marine to Start Physical Supply Operation in Kiel

Aegean Marine Petroleum Network will start a new physical supply operation on the Kiel Canal, Germany from January 2018.

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ASPA, APMT Approve USD 49.5 Mn Expansion of Port of Mobile

ASPA and APMT have announced a USD 49.5 million expansion of the container facility at the Port of Mobile.

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DFDS Closes Terminal in Esbjerg

Danish shipping and logistics company DFDS has decided to close its current terminal in Esbjerg, Denmark.

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Cargo Volumes On the Rise at World's Top Ports

Cargo throughput at major ports globally maintained an upward trend in the third quarter of this year.

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