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23/11/2022

Port entry for 7.50m draft vessels
23 Nov 2022, Mongla, Bangladesh

Mongla Port Authority may allow ships of 7.50m draft with

Centre Port Holdings Ltd The World’s First Tidal Energy Powered Deep Sea Container Terminal

23/11/2022

Centre Port Holdings Limited, a UK-based marine and renewable energy infrastructure developer, led by James Sutcliffe, who has today announced

Argus approves 12 US export terminals for inclusion of Midland WTI in North Sea crude assessment

23/11/2022

Global commodity price reporting agency Argus will include light sweet Midland WTI crude shipments in its assessment of North Sea

PortXchange and BigMile partner up to increase transparency of shipping emissions in port areas

23/11/2022

PortXchange Products B.V., one of the leading tech start-ups in the maritime domain for predictable and sustainable shipping, has announced

HOT PORT NEWS from GAC

23/11/2022

Additional tugboats for large sea-going vessels in the Scheur
22 Nov 2022, Rotterdam, Netherlands

Sea-going vessels with a length exceeding 140

A.P. Moller – Maersk adds Khazaen Dry Port to its global network of port calls

23/11/2022

A.P. Moller – Maersk (Maersk) has added Khazaen Dry port (KDP), part of Asyad Group, to its extensive ‘Port of

Port of Rotterdam Authority welcomes first users of the Container Exchange Route

23/11/2022

Rotterdam World Gateway (RWG), the Delta terminal of Hutchison Ports ECT Rotterdam (ECT) and Kramer Group will be the first

Oman gives go ahead for Masirah multipurpose port

23/11/2022

Oman to set up a multipurpose port in the Wilayat of Masirah, South Al Sharqiyah Governorate, covering an area of

Ports for People Launches Inaugural RePORT Cards for Shipping Ports

23/11/2022

Today, Pacific Environment’s Ports for People campaign launched a new initiative to assess port progress towards zero-emission shipping.The P4P RePORT

Additional tugboats for large sea-going vessels in the Scheur as crane vessel Neptune passes through

22/11/2022

From Saturday morning, 12 November, sea-going vessels with a length exceeding 140 metres will need to use a tugboat on

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