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21 January 2015

Violent Protests Rock Nhava Sheva

Operations at the Port of Nhava Sheva are returning to normal after violent protests by container trailer drivers led to the closure of the gates

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21 January 2015

Chancellor Pledges Oil Boost

UK Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne has stated that he intends to take further measures in an attempt to revitalise Scotland’s ailing North Sea Oil industry

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21 January 2015

Concerns Over Nicaragua Canal Surface

Concerns have arisen regarding the proposed Nicaragua Canal project which revolve around the struggle the canal may countenance in locating private investors

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20 January 2015

Rotterdam in Era of Big Growth

At the Port of Rotterdam, Europe’s largest port, box traffic increased by 5.8% in 2014, afters years of chasing its top rivals in the Le Havre-Hamburg group of ports

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20 January 2015

Suez Choose Navis, TBA Lend Hand

Suez Canal Container Terminal has recently migrated to Navis N4, and TBA offered key insight in the implementation

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19 January 2015

Hapag-Lloyd in Debt-Reduction Drive

Hapag-Lloyd has recently announced that it aims to focus on profitability and to integrate its merger shipping company CSAV before proceeding with an initial public offering

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