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COVID-19 and its India Impact: Issues, Green Shoots and Way Forward


The whole world has been brought to a standstill due to the outbreak of the deadly COVID19 pandemic. The economic impact of this has been largely disruptive with only those sectors categorized as essentialservices being permitted to undertake business operations

Ports see ‘longer battle’ ahead before volumes turn corner


U.S. ports have revised their initial outlook in March forecasting a quick “V-shaped” recovery in freight volumes and instead do

Investment In Italian Terminal Resumes


Work on a deep sea container terminal in Italy has resumed following easing of COVID-19 pandemic restrictions.

Yilport Holding is executing

China-Europe freight train delivers first batch of Russia’s frozen poultry meat


A batch of Russian frozen chicken sent by refrigerated containers on a China-Europe freight train reached southwest China’s Chongqing Municipality

First Container Vessel Deployed Under The ASEA Service Line Arrives


Business at the premier port of Mombasa has received a major boost following the arrival of the first container vessel

Pakistan begins Afghan transit trade via Gwadar port


Pakistan on Friday operationalised the Gwadar port for Afghan transit trade, with the first-ever cargo ship berthing at the seaport

Ghana’s ports among global best – West Blue CEO


The Chief Executive Officer of West Blue Consulting, Mr Mark Addo, has stated that the various port reforms rolled out

India: Ship managers plan to carry out crew change at foreign ports collapse


A plan by a group of ship managers and staffing companies to carry out crew change at overseas ports involving

Angola extends deadline of Port of Luanda terminal international tender


Angola has extended to June 30 the deadline for the submission of bids for the concession and operation of the

Auto exports at Shanghai port nearly doubled since April


Shanghai Customs said that its automobile exports saw a year-on-year increase of 97.4 percent from April 1 to May 25.


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