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9 August 2016

South Carolina: Big-Ship Ready

Two post-Panamax cranes have been delivered to the Port of SSouth Carolina Ports Authority (SCPA), indicating its big- ship readiness

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9 August 2016

Top Ports at Risk of Disaster

The ports most at risk from being affected by natural disasters have been revealed in a report by the RMS, the world’s leading catastrophe risk management firm

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9 August 2016

Ship Sinks in South China Sea Clash

The Chinese ship Guo Shun 21 has collided into the Vietnamese cargo vessel, Rhanh Dat 01 col, which has caused the Vietnamese ship to sink 120 miles off Vũng Tàu

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9 August 2016

ACP Lock Arms in $100m Dispute

A US$100 million complaint has been dismissed by a dispute resolution board for the cost overruns by the consortium that built the expanded Panama Canal’s third set of locks

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8 August 2016

Ports of Auckland in Huge Automation Plan

Ports of Auckland (POAL) will shortly start work to partially automate its container terminal and will be the first New Zealand port and only the third straddle carrier terminal in the world to automate

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8 August 2016

Panama Chief Confident With New Canal

On August 4 2016, the Panama Canal Administrator addressed representatives from shipping to mark the first month of the expansion opening

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8 August 2016

Infographic: Port Focus: Port of Dalian

An infographic released by creative shipping agency Tuscor Lloyds shows the largest multi-purpose port in Northeastern China, the Port of Dalian

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8 August 2016

Alliances to Spark Transshipment Slump?

Throughput at the world’s largest transhipment hubs is stalling; the cause of their decline is varied but the new mega-alliances provide opportunities as well as risks

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8 August 2016

OOCL in Mega H1 Loss

Orient Overseas International Limited (OOIL) and its subsidiaries has announced a loss attributable to equity holders, after tax and non-controlling interests, of US$56.7 million for the six-month period

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8 August 2016

Feature: Cyber Insecurity

With the growth of reliance on information technology in ports comes the growth of the threat of infiltration of these systems

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