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Two of the world's biggest container shipping lines have urged national governments to do more to solve the crew changeover crisis, after 12 countries pledged to help seafarers return home
 
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Westports has launched the world's first Remote Physical Check System during a visit by Malaysia's transport minister Dr. Wee Ka Siong to Westports Malaysia Sdn Bhd

Adani Ports has announced that the first export of containerised goods between India and Bangladesh using solely inland waterways has been completed

With the closing of the UK Government’s consultation on Freeports on 13 July the British Ports Association has reaffirmed its commitment to a model that works for ports across the UK

Singapore is once again the world's premier maritime hub after topping the Xinhua-Baltic International Shipping Centre Development (ISCD) index

Eleven projects have been awarded a total of £1.5 million by UK Maritime as part of the Technology and Innovation UK Maritime Call

Container terminals are feeling the pressure from ultra large container ships (ULCS) calls during the COVID-19 crisis as the current situation sees them arrive laden with cargo

Speaking exclusively with Port Technology International, Kasper Krog, Head of Intercontinental Rail at A.P. Moller – Maersk, looks beyond the port and to the railways as an integral part of the supply chain

Speaking to Port Technology International, Roger Clasquin, Chief Commercial Officer, RAK Ports, described the needs of a modern port specializing in break bulk, the effects of COVID-19 on the port and what the future holds for the location
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