Industry Sectors - Port Planning & Finance


Schneider: Long Beach My Favourite Navis Terminal Project

 11 Jan 2018

Chuck Schneider, VP and GM, EMEA, Navis, has shared his favourite port automation project: Long Beach Container Terminal

  Automation and Optimisation, Container Handling, Port Focus, Port Planning & Finance, Shipping, Terminal Focus


Port of Antwerp Scores Fifth Consecutive Year of Growth

 18 Jan 2018

The port of Antwerp has achieved a record freight volume for the fifth straight year in a row

  Container Handling, Port Focus, Port Planning & Finance, Shipping, Supply Chain, Terminal Focus


CMPort Smashes 100 Million TEU in 2017

 17 Jan 2018

Hong Kong-based shipping conglomerate China Merchants Port Holdings Company (CMPort) handled a total container throughput of 102.93 million TEU in its port businesses in 2017, the first time a Chinese enterprise has moved such volumes.

  Container Handling, Global Issues, Port Focus, Port Planning & Finance, Shipping


PSA Increases Global TEU by Nearly 10% in 2017

 16 Jan 2018

PSA International, a Singapore-headquartered terminal operator, handled 74.24 million TEU in 2017, an increase of 9.8% over 2016

  Port Focus, Port Planning & Finance, Shipping, Terminal Focus


APMT to Build $100 Million Bulk Terminal in Georgia

 16 Jan 2018

APM Terminals Poti and Poti New Terminals Consortium have agreed to invest US$ 100 million to build a new bulk cargo terminal

  Dry Bulk and Specialist Cargo Handling, Port Focus, Port Planning & Finance, Shipping, Terminal Focus



Port of Kiel Hits Seven Million Tonnes in 2017

 16 Jan 2018

Port of Kiel in Germany passed the seven million tonne mark for the first time in 2017, with a total of 7,407.376 tonnes loaded and unloaded.

  Container Handling, Dry Bulk and Specialist Cargo Handling, Environment and Sustainability, Global Issues, Port Focus, Port Planning & Finance, Shipping


Shipping Demand Soars In Shanghai

 16 Jan 2018

Shanghai International Port, the world's busiest container port, has reported rapid growth in net profits for 2017 due to an increase in trade growth which pushed up shipping demand.

  Global Issues, Port & Maritime Training, Port Focus, Port Planning & Finance, Shipping, Supply Chain


Port of Oakland Records Busiest Year

 15 Jan 2018

The Port of Oakland in the US has reported that 2017 was the busiest year in its 90-year history, handling a cargo volume of 2.42 million containers in a sign of the continued strengthening of the US economy.

  Container Handling, Global Issues, Port Focus, Port Planning & Finance, Shipping, Supply Chain


​Thai Port Prepares for LNG Bunkering

 15 Jan 2018

​Japan’s Marubeni Corporation and Thai state-owned SET-listed oil and gas company, PTT Public Company Limited (PTT) have announced they have embarked on a joint feasibility study on implementing LNG bunkering in Thailand’s Laem Chabang port, according to LNG World Shipping.

  Global Issues, Oil, Gas and Chemical Handling, Port Planning & Finance, Shipping, Supply Chain


Expansion Begins at UK’s Largest Port

 15 Jan 2018

A formal ground-breaking ceremony to mark the start of work on the latest phase of expansion at Hutchison Ports Port of Felixstowe has been completed

  Global Issues, Port Focus, Port Planning & Finance