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Hapag-Lloyd is also to sail on LNG


According to the industry publication Ship & Bunker, the Sajir will arrive in the port of Rotterdam this quarter. The

Covid-19: Cargo traffic at 12 Indian major ports falls for 9th month in December


Impacted by COVID-19 pandemic, India’s top 12 ports witnessed a considerable decline in cargo traffic for the ninth straight month

China: Major ports post positive 2020 results, reflecting rapid export expansion


Major Chinese ports had reported positive results in 2020, reflecting a rapid revival in the nation’s economic activities that was

Realizing shore power to achieve a zero emission port in 2050


With the European Green Deal, the European Commission aims to become the first climate neutral continent by 2050. The Port

HHLA PLT Italy starting on schedule


The announced acquisition by Hamburger Hafen und Logistik AG (HHLA) of 50.01 percent of the multi-function terminal Piattaforma Logistica Trieste

Large fire at Ireland’s Port of Cork brought under control


Firefighters have brought a large fire at the southern Irish port of Cork under control and no casualties were reported,

Essex Port replaces trucks with barges to deliver crops


A port has begun transporting thousands of tonnes of oil seed rape by barge rather than truck.

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Paradip Port Trust seeks bids for Western Dock terminal


Paradip Port Trust, India’s biggest state-owned cargo handler by volumes, has sought initial bids from private firms to build a

PPA sets fees for handling foreign empties at Manila, Batangas ports


The Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) has prescribed fees for the handling of foreign empty containers at the Manila South Harbor,

Mundra port to charge $20 per person for crew change from February


Mundra port in Gujarat and run by Adani Ports and Special Economic Zone Ltd (APSEZ) said it will levy a

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