Port Governance News

  27 Jul 2017
A family-owned business which has been trading used cranes for decades says European manufacturer-maintained port cranes are like gold dust for Middle Eastern and Asian ports.

  27 Jul 2017
Tallinn Port in Estonia has showcased a ‘globally unique’ EU-funded blockchain logistics platform that may supplant email to speed moving cargo between terminals.

  27 Jul 2017
The Philippine city of Davao has axed plans for the Mega Harbor project on environmental grounds despite legal repercussions, according to ABS CBN News.

  27 Jul 2017
A recent paper from the Center for Advanced Infrastructure Technology (CAIT) at the University of Mississippi provides insight into how ports can prepare for tsunamis and rising seas.

  26 Jul 2017
China's biggest automated cargo wharf is on course to start trial operation in Shanghai by end of 2017

  26 Jul 2017
Sri Lanka's cabinet has approved a controversial agreement regarding the Chinese-owned Port of Hambantota

  25 Jul 2017
Port of Savannah Garden City Terminal on the US East Coast has plans to amp up crane capacity to service 14,000 TEU vessels

  25 Jul 2017
Dubai Criminal Court has heard a former manager of Port Operator DP World asked two companies for around US$1.3 in bribes in exchanged for major construction project deals

  24 Jul 2017
TT Club, a provider of insurance and related risk management services, has revealed that government authorities may be under-equipped to enforce SOLAS VGM rules and protect the safety of ships and workers both on board and ashore when handling...

  24 Jul 2017
Four additional Yangtze River Delta Ports have entered the global top 100 in just 20 years

  24 Jul 2017
London’s Port Authority (PLA) jointly with other public bodies in the UK has commissioned three studies, one involving shore-side power, to help ports meet air quality standards

  24 Jul 2017
Singapore’s Port Authority alongside its national aviation authority has acquired a US$6.1 million satellite.

  24 Jul 2017
GCT Global Container Terminals (GCT), an operator of four Green Marine certified terminals in two principal North American ports, has appointed Doron Grosman as President and Chief Executive Officer to replace Stephen Edwards, who served in the...

  21 Jul 2017
Nigeria’s Director General for its Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) is improving an online portal as one of the measures needed to allow African ports to compete with Europe

  21 Jul 2017
Estonia-based trade body, the Baltic Ports Organization (BPO) has voiced concerns over a report supporting differentiated port infrastructure published by the European Commission.

  20 Jul 2017
State-agency-administered New Orleans Port has announced that its CEO Brandy Christian has been appointed to a US government board advising on rail transport ahead of an acquisition.

  20 Jul 2017
RAM Rating Services expects Malaysian port developments to stay on track and container and cargo figures at key ports to remain healthy this year, in line with the gradual global economic recovery, according to information reported by The Star...

  19 Jul 2017
Spanish port and logistics operator Noatum has commissioned a giant crane as the latest step in its US$115 million project to overhaul craneage at Valencia container terminal for mega ships.

  19 Jul 2017
Indian private operator Essar Bulk Terminal Ltd (EBTL) will be investing US$85 million to increase cargo handling capacity at Hazira Port

  18 Jul 2017
New York and New Jersey Port has welcomed a New Panamax-sized containership OOCL Berlin after it slipped under the recently elevated Bayonne Bridge on July 17, 2017