With IMO 2020 on less than a month away the UK P&I Club has commented on the unique challenges the initiative presents regarding loss prevention.
The national public information platform for transport and logistics of the People’s Republic of China, LOGINK, has officially joined the International Port Community Systems Association (IPCSA).
The Georgia Ports Authority (GPA) is on track to exceed 4.6 million twenty-foot equivalent container units (TEUs) for the first time in a calendar year.
Unifeeder Group, owned by DP World, has acquired a 77% stake in the Feedertech Group, a Singapore-based feeder and shortsea operator, according to a 3 December announcement.
The city council of Rotterdam has adopted the revised ‘Port Vision’ which has a focus on the creation of economic and social value as well as realizing sustainable growth.
Port of Antwerp International (PAI), the APEC maritime training center and Nigerian Ports Authority signed a collaborative agreement to further expand Nigeria’s port development.
With the UK in full swing of general election campaigning two port interest groups, UK Major Ports Group (UKMPG) and the British Ports Association (BPA), have voiced their expectations and views of political offerings towards the UK’s maritime industry.
With the International Maritime Organisation’s (IMO) emission reduction approach on the horizon, vessel data analysis will prove key to enabling the industry to meet the new targets.
PD Ports, a major UK port operator, has concluded the first phase of a multi-million-pound steel handling facility at Groveport in partnership with All Steels Trading, the company announced on 28 November.
IKEA Transport & Logistics Services, the CMA CGM Group, and the GoodShipping Program have successfully completed the 2019 biofuel test programme on CMA CGM vessels, it was announced on 27 November.
Autonomous shipping is repeatedly touted as the future of the maritime industry and development of these technologies continues, a new report by Kennedys law firm has suggested that the adoption of fully automated shipping will take decades.
Ports America announced on 26 November a new president with the appointment of Peter Levesque who will assume the role in February 2020.