Politics News

  16 Jan 2019
The International Transport Workers’ Federation and World Maritime University have announced the launch of a flagship report on automation

  16 Jan 2019
Port remains the world’s busiest for 13th year in a row

  16 Jan 2019
EU urges clarity as May’s deal is roundly rejected

  14 Jan 2019
As Brexit approaches, the UK’s leading port operator Associated British Ports has announced that it will invest additional funds to boost facilities at the Port of Hull

  14 Jan 2019
Traffic spikes by six million TEU in two years

  11 Jan 2019
Body says tariffs and tensions will stem growth in 2019

  10 Jan 2019
Operator bids to increase volume through trade corridor

  10 Jan 2019
Project will see Tokyo rival China for economic influence

  09 Jan 2019
Details of talks to be released soon

  09 Jan 2019
Experts say industry to remain solid and profitable

  09 Jan 2019
Emerging economies defy tariff fears to drive growth

  08 Jan 2019
China’s national carrier hosts ceremony to launch route

  08 Jan 2019
The US Environmental Protection Agency has awarded US$2.4 million to the Port of Baltimore, in order to repower marine engines and upgrade the equipment used for moving cargo

  08 Jan 2019
Gulf of Oman terminal deal marks milestone for New Delhi

  07 Jan 2019
Eight provinces and regions, in the west of China, have signed a framework agreement to collaborate on the building of a new international land-sea trade corridor

  07 Jan 2019
Richard Ballantyne, Chief Executive of the British Ports Association (BPA), has outlined the group’s key priorities for 2019

  04 Jan 2019
Contecon Guayaquil SA, an Ecuadorian terminal operated by International Container Terminal Services Inc, has become the first South American port to receive carbon-neutral certification

  02 Jan 2019
Initiative will bring MSC and Grimaldi together

  02 Jan 2019
Announcement follows reopening of Jordan-Syria border

  20 Dec 2018
A new study, conducted by Erasmus University Rotterdam, has revealed that 6.2% of the Netherlands’ added value is because of the Port of Rotterdam