CEO and Managing Director of DP World Europe and Russia, Rashid Abdulla, reviews the new landscape of global trade
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Cargotec has announced that it will collaborate on joint projects with seven start-up organizations as a result of the Rainmaking Trade & Transport Impact Programme
Konecranes, a provider of smart port solutions, has revealed that its 2,000th Gottwald Mobile Harbour Crane has been inaugurated, following a ceremony at the Port of Cartagena
Major shipping lines, such as CMA CGM, Evergreen and Yang Ming, have joined other leading carriers as part of the Digital Container Shipping Association
GCT Global Container Terminals has announced that it will invest $160 million to densify and modernize its Vanterm container terminal
The Prince Rupert Port Authority has announced plans to create up to 7 million TEU of additional capacity through the development of new terminals
Kalmar has agreed a deal with Dublin Ferryport Terminals, Ireland, to extend the AutoRTG system at the terminal with two new AutoRTG cranes
A video has emerged of a small cargo ship engulfed in flames at Sharjah’s Port Khalid, UAE, on May 8, 2019
Real Time Business Solutions, a provider of terminal operating systems and digital services, has announced that it is introducing “automation in the cloud”
Rajant Corporation, experts in creating wireless technologies, have hailed the growth of drones and unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) but warned that networks will have to become more “ubiquitous” if they are to drive their potential productivity, safety and cost improvements.
Hutchison Ports has celebrated its 50th anniversary by announcing that it has become the world’s first port operator to achieve a cumulative global throughput of 1.3 billion TEU
COSCO, the world’s third-biggest container carrier by market share, is considering making a bid for Singapore’s Pacific International Lines (PIL) as it looks to expand its presence in emerging economies, according to the Wall Street Journal (WSJ).