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Vopak and BlackRock’s GEPIF successfully completed the acquisition of three industrial terminals from Dow on the U.S. Gu


Royal Vopak and BlackRock’s Global Energy & Power Infrastructure Fund (GEPIF) successfully completed the earlier announced acquisition of three industrial

Joint flyer campaign during national Brexit Action Day


Tuesday, 1 December is Brexit Action Day. On this day in Dutch ports, flyers will be handed out to HGV

New crane heralds a change on Townsville’s horizon


Move over Sugar Shaker, there is a new giant in town.

Assembly of the first ship-to-shore crane purchased by the Port

Egypt’s November Suez Canal revenue at $488.1 million: statement


Egypt’s revenues from the Suez Canal rose 2.4% year-on-year to $488.1 million in November, the head of the canal authority

FEPORT: About the added value of consultations


Very often when people in the capitals criticize “Brussels”, the legislative machinery, the “pseudo” lack of transparency preceding the elaboration

Indian Port volumes yet to fully recovery, says Ind-Ra


India’s port volumes are yet to recover fully from the Covid-19 pandemic-induced trends such as shortage of containers amid a

Fairview-Ridley Connector Corridor Construction Over 75 Percent Complete


The Prince Rupert Port Authority (PRPA) announced today the Fairview-Ridley Connector Corridor is now over 75 percent complete.

The Fairview-Ridley Connector

Sailors’ Society welcomes new Southampton port chaplain


International maritime welfare charity Sailors' Society has announced the appointment of Revd Frans Sahetapy as its Southampton port chaplain.

Frans, who

Port pro of the month: Victor Schoenmakers (NL)


ESPO is sitting this month with Mr. Victor Schoenmakers. Beginning of this year, the Port of Rotterdam said goodbye to

Being the port of now helps solve retailers’ future problems


One constant drives the supply chain, whether there’s a pandemic or simply bad weather: Businesses solve for risk in order

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