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MPA and Partners Sign Agreements for 3D Printing Facility and Applications in Maritime Sector


The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) signed two Memoranda of Understanding (MoU) for Additive Manufacturing (AM), also known

‘APM Terminals Invests US$110M in the Port’


The managing director (MD) of APM Terminals Liberia, George G. Adjei, said the company has invested US$110 million as part

Arrival of COSCO container ship heralds new era for Port of Liverpool


The arrival on the River Mersey Wednesday of a container ship from China’s COSCO, could evolve into a permanent call

Securitas installing cameras in the Port of Rotterdam


The Port of Rotterdam Authority (PoR) signed a contract with Securitas Technology BV for the installation of 227 cameras in

Following port privatisation plans, foreign companies can apply for Saudi port shipping agent licences


Foreign shipping agencies will soon have the right to operate independently at Saudi Arabian ports rather than work with a

New BRI ocean cargo route rides wave of success


More goods are being transported to Europe, thanks to the 21st Century Maritime Silk Road and dedicated rail networks. Jiang

Cyprus: Strike to be held at ports next week


Port workers in Limassol and Larnaca have announced a 24-hour strike for next week after talks on renewing their collective

Standard Chartered leads green loan for DP World


Port operator DP World has repriced and extended the maturity of a $2 billion (Dh7.34 billion) ‘green’ loan comprising conventional

Kalmar: The $17 billion market opportunity


What if in the future the world’s biggest container handling company didn’t even touch physical containers?

The ongoing convergence of key disruptive technologies such as AI, the IoT, machine learning, augmented reality and blockchain is expected to lead to an autonomous

Port community advocates the continuation of Port Community Systems


On Thursday 8 November, the European Parliaments Committee on Transport will discuss the proposal for a European Maritime Single Window

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