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New Indonesian terminal set to transform south-east Asian shipping

27/04/2017

Indonesia is poised to finally take a premier position on global trade flows following the recent opening of the New

Huge maritime training centre to open in Rotterdam

27/04/2017

Before the end of the year, the most advanced – and indeed one of the largest – maritime training centres

Chinese ports cruise on sustainable routes

27/04/2017

On top of fast business growth at the start of this year, Chinese ports aim to become greener and more

Singapore’s Port Hub Plan: Smooth Sailing Ahead? – Analysis

27/04/2017

Overcapacity and low oil prices have driven freight rates to unprofitable levels, increasing the shipping industry’s pressure to consolidate.

CP, the Vancouver Fraser Port Authority, the Montreal Port Authority and terminal operators celebrate partnership, commi

27/04/2017

Canadian Pacific (CP), and senior officials from the Vancouver Fraser Port Authority, the Montreal Port Authority, Global Container Terminals Canada,

India Nips at China’s Heels in Race to Collect Lanka Port Assets

27/04/2017

India is looking to invest in a colonial-era Sri Lankan oil-storage facility as it seeks to further its naval interests

Fitch: Grant Cuts May Raise US Port Leverage, Delay Capex

27/04/2017

Proposed cuts to an existing grant program would force US ports to choose between issuing debt to keep capital improvements on schedule, thus raising their leverage positions, or delaying capital programs to allow cash from operations to accumulate, Fitch Ratings

Mohammad praises Abu Dhabi Ports’ achievements

27/04/2017

His Highness Shaikh Mohammad Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Abu Dhabi Crown Prince and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed

‘Doing away with cabotage policy will reduce shipping costs’

27/04/2017

The abolition of the cabotage policy will lower shipping costs and do away with double handling and stimulate more trade

Ctg Port will buy equipment to cope with surging demand

27/04/2017

Faced with substantial growth in cargo, container and ships, the Chittagong Port is struggling to cope with the increased demand,

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