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Peru plans massive port project
8 hours ago

Peru plans to construct a US$2.8 billion port complex located in Chancay, a small city 78km north of the country’s capital Lima

LA to sell-off bonds for debt refinancing
8 hours ago

The Los Angeles Harbour Department is selling around US$340 million of debt

Continental launches tyre-check system
8 hours ago

Continental Commercial Specialty Tyres has recently launched its new Conti Pressure Check system

ABB celebrates 125th anniversary
9 hours ago

On August 29 2014, global automation and power technology leader ABB celebrated its 125th anniversary in Finland

Venice plans mega-port
1 day ago

Venice Port Authority president Paolo Costa has recently announced plans to build a US$2.6-3.6 billion mega-port in Venice

Massive drug bust in Shanghai
1 day ago

Chinese police have seized US$6.5 million worth of cocaine at Shanghai port - one of the country’s biggest drug busts in recent years

Huge investment boost for Iran port
1 day ago

Negotiations are to be finalised with an investment of US$100 million from India for the upgrade of Chabahar port in Iran

WA government to sell-off port assets
4 days ago

Western Australia Premier Colin Barnett and treasurer Mike Nahan revealed the first three WA-owned assets to be sold

Navis steams into the Bahamas
4 days ago

Arawak Port Development is trail-blazing with new technology after it became the first Carribbean company to implement Navis

Duisburg terminal expansion enters new phase
4 days ago

Expansion of container terminals at Germany’s Duisburg port has entered a new stage as part of an overall growth strategy

Africa urged: expand or lose out
5 days ago

An urgent call to action given by Kenya to African governments to expand their ports to handle bigger ships

Liverpool2 unveils new opportunities
5 days ago

Peel Port’s US$498 million Liverpool2 deep water project will create 500 jobs when it officially opens in late 2015

Research to promote intermodal harmony
6 days ago

A research project is to be developed to improve connections between Dutch and German seaports and their hinterland

Canada benefits from US woes
6 days ago

Vessels are setting course for British Columbia, Canada, in order to avoid possible delays due to strikes at US West Coast ports

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