Ukrainian Ports to Become Deeper and Greener

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USPA is making Ukrainian ports greener through a new concept.

South Korean Ports See 4.1 Pct More Volume in 2017

South Korean ports' handled 1.57 billion tons of cargo in 2017, 4.1 percent more than the year before.

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Saudi Arabia Closes Ports in Yemen

Saudi Arabia-led coalition, which is involved in Yemeni war, has decided to temporarily close all sea, air and land ...

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Port Ops Resume in Mumbai after Heavy Rains

All Mumbai ports and terminals are now returning to normal operations, following several days of heavy rains and ...

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New Ballast Water Initiative for Ships at Saudi Aramco Ports

Starting from August 16, 2017, all ships from international waters will be required to provide a ballast water ...

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Belgium, France Asked to Remove Tax Exemptions for Ports

The European Commission has asked Belgium and France to abolish the corporate tax exemptions granted to their ...

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Kalmar: Zero Accident Port is "a Mission Possible"

As the port industry strives to make the terminals of the future safe, cost efficient and fully automated, the ...

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PMO: USD 1 Trillion to Be Invested in Iranian Ports

Representatives of the Iranian Government have signed investment contracts with private entities worth USD 1 ...

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Stevedores’ Strikes Block Brazilian Ports

On March 15, Brazilian stevedores organized an industrial action which affected port operations at all ports in the ...

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Mississippi Port Duo Deepens Ties with Cuba

Mississippi’s ports of Pascagoula and Gulfport signed deals with Cuba on February 20, with an aim of ...

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China Abolishes Regulation on Garbage Disposal from Ships

China’s Ministry of Transportation (MOT) has decided to abolish the regulation which requires ocean-going ...

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BPA to Discuss Post-Brexit Vision for Ports with Gov't

The British Ports Association (BPA) is planning to launch discussions with the UK government in an effort to ...

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North European Ports to Make Cruise Industry Greener

Ten North European ports have joined forced to find solutions to make the growing cruise industry greener through a ...

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Shipowners Warned of Thefts in North China's Anchorages

Shipowners have been urged to implement additional security measures due to an increase in thefts aboard vessels ...

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DP World, CDPQ Join Forces to Invest in Ports and Terminals

Dubai-based port and terminal operator DP World and North America’s pension fund managers Caisse de dépôt et ...

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India's Minister of Shipping Calls for Use of IT in Port Ops

India’s Minister of Shipping, Road Transport and Highways, Nitin Gadkari, has released a report on ...

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Fitch: US Ports Exposed to Carriers Via Terminal Operators

US ports are exposed to shipping companies via terminal operators, which are often structured as joint ventures ...

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Ports Support North Sea, Baltic Sea Designation as NECA

The port authorities of Antwerp, Hamburg, Rotterdam, Le Havre and Bremen/Bremerhaven have voiced their support of ...

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South African Ports Selected for LNG-to-Power Projects

Two South African ports have been selected for the first phase of the LNG-to-Power IPP Procurement Programme, ...

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Ports of Ust-Luga and Kiel Ink Cooperation Deal

Russia’s commercial sea port of Ust-Luga and the German port of Kiel have signed a Memorandum of ...

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Traffic at USEC Ports Returned to Normal

Following Hurricane Hermine, the US Coast Guard opened all commercial ports on the country’s east coast on ...

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Traffic Stopped at USEC Ports Due to Hurricane Hermine

The US Coast Guard has halted maritime traffic at major seaports on the country’s east coast in response to ...

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