Ports, terminals and the vessels that carry the world’s goods are critical to the global economy, as is the wave of smart technologies that allow them to answer ever-growing consumer and trade demands.
The Georgia Ports Authority (GPA) has said expansions and new business accounted for nearly US$5 billion in investment and 12,000 new jobs in the fiscal year 2019, the centerpiece of which are plans to double annual capacity at the Garden City Terminal to 11 million TEU.
The Panama Canal and the Port of Rotterdam have signed a Memorandum-of-Understanding (MoU) to promote international trade between Europe and the West Coast of South America.
OneWeb, the world’s largest satellite communications network, has today announced the details of its Arctic high-speed, low-latency internet service in an effort to bring seamless connectivity to the world’s most remote areas.
China decision to file an official complaint with the World Trade Organisation (WTO) over new tariffs from the United States (U.S.) on Chinese products is mostly a symbolic attempt to gain "moral high ground by supporting the international trading system amid the ongoing trade war", said South China Morning Post quoting analysts.
The Port of Montreal has announced an investment of approximately US$27.7 million, to be split 50/50 between itself and the Canadian government, in the latest round of funding to be injected into the country’s maritime, transport and logistics sector.
A.P. Moller – Maersk (Maersk), the biggest shipping carrier in the world by market share) has announced a 17% increase in earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortization (EBITDA).
The new Lamu Port in Kenya took a big step towards completion yesterday with the announcement that its first of 22 berths is finished.
The Canadian government has announced an investment of approximately US$35 million for the Port of Nanaimo to make significant infrastructure improvements and expansions at its Duke Point facilities. According to a statement, the investment was announced by Marc Garneau, Canada’s Minister of Transport, following months of work with the Port of Nanaimo team, which included […]
The Ports of Sines and Algarve Authority (PSAA) has announced that the Portuguese government has approved the concession of the Vasco de Gama Terminal and the expansion of Terminal XXI, as the country works towards its Horizon 2026 initiative.