Port Technology reported earlier this week that Octopi by Navis, experts in TOS technology, will be holding a webinar on August 14, 2019 exploring how small and medium terminals can improve their operations and boost performance.
The world’s largest containership, the MSC Gulsun, has traveled through the expanded Suez Canal for the first time in an event that the Suez Canal Authority said demonstrates the waterway’s readiness to accommodate future generations of ultra-large vessels.
APM Terminals Yucatán has announced a massive investment plan to expand and modernize the Progreso container terminal at the Port of Progreso, Mexico, to support trade growth in the region.
A fire broke out on the containership APL Le Havre approximately 40 miles off the coast of Gujarat, India, according to national reports that cite the Indian Coast Guard.
Hapag Lloyd, the fifth biggest container line in the world by market share, saw its revenue rise to USD $6.9 billion in the first half of the year 2019, according to its annual financial results.
The Port of Shanghai has been named the world’s best connected port in the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) report.
Authorities in the UK have seized almost USD$50 million of heroin hidden in a container at the Port of Felixstowe in one of the biggest drug busts the country has seen. According to multiple reports, which cite the National Crime Agency (NCA), the 400kg haul was discovered hidden under towels and bathrobes when Border Force […]
Japanese shipping company Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL) has announced that it has joined the Carbon Capture & Reuse (CCR) Study Group and launched the Cross-industrial Working Group Related to Zero Emission Alternative Ship Fuels project.
Internet of Things (IoT) expert Loginno has announced the launch of an innovation research facility for smart containers together with industry partners.
Octopi by Navis, experts in TOS technology, has announced it will host a webinar which will explore how small and medium terminals can improve their operations, cut costs and increase overall performance.
The Port of Hamburg, Germany’s largest universal port, saw its inland and hinterland cargo traffic grow by 12.1% - 2.57 million tons – in the first quarter of 2019, according to its latest financial results.
COSCO, the third biggest container shipping line in the world, has signed a framework purchasing agreement with MacGregor, part of Cargotec, for MacGregor’s spare parts and service of equipment to be installed on its fleet operating worldwide.