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  22 Aug 2017
Ghana Ports & Harbours Authority (GPHA) has announced that no layoffs are required for implementing paperless customs at national ports

  16 Aug 2017
Dutch oil major Shell has delivered a state-of-the-art LNG bunker vessel for fuelling ships to the Port of Rotterdam

  14 Aug 2017
Dry bulk charter rates are expected to improve from 2017 amid a narrowing supply-demand gap.

  09 Aug 2017
Qatar Ports Management Company (Mwani Qatar) has tentatively agreed to provide Hamad Port container loading services to a chemicals company.

  08 Aug 2017
Real Estate company Transwestern in an analysis of land prices has found US ports engaged in terminal expansion to handle larger ships from Asia tend to face knock-on land price effects

  08 Aug 2017
Britain has launched a consultation on implementing penalties of US$22 million for transport operators with weak cybersecurity falling victim to cyberattacks.

  08 Aug 2017
Pakistan’s oil importing facilities at Karachi Port and Port Qasim currently face congestion because of port constraints as well as traffic on roads and at sea

  07 Aug 2017
Stevedores employed by Seaonus, a tenant at the US port of Jacksonville, the 15th largest port in the country by container throughput, recently moved a 48 tonne generator.

  04 Aug 2017
Dutch ports handled higher container throughput over the decade 2007-16 than any other region, but the Southern ports of Spain, Portugal and Greece are rising rapidly

  03 Aug 2017
Three decision-making problems should be considered of critical importance to ensure efficient operation and use of dry bulk terminals, according to a newly published paper.

  03 Aug 2017
Abu Dhabi plans to lease 2.2 square kilometers within KIZAD to five Chinese companies from Jiangsu region

  02 Aug 2017
Repairs to Nigerian ports’ access roads has led vessels to queue to berth in Apapa and TinCan ports

  02 Aug 2017
CMA CGM has released footage of a towing exercise between its 16,020 TEU Marco Polo containership and two tugboats off the coast of Le Havre, a major port in northern France's Normandy region

  31 Jul 2017
Bangladesh’s Chittagong Port has plans for private operation in order to upgrade services that are hoped to bring an end to congestion, according to Financial Express.

  28 Jul 2017
The conflict between automation and labor unions in the port industry has been discussed by Dr. Eva Savelsberg, SVP, Logistics Division at INFORM GmbH

  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

  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