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Panama deal likely to “finally scupper” Nicaragua canal: Chinese state media


China’s $1bn project to build a new deepwater port by the Panama Canal, which began days before Panama finally cut

The Port of Helsinki promotes the use of LNG – safety manual for bunkering published


Liquefied natural gas, or LNG for short, is becoming an increasingly popular marine fuel, largely due to the fact that

Maher Terminals welcomes 10,000 TEUs ZIM ANTWERP


10,000 TEUs ZIM ANTWERP passed under the elevated Bayonne Bridge in New York, the first of such size to call

The Port of Esbjerg explores the possibility of expanding with 975.000 m2 towards 2030


The Port of Esbjerg expects increased activity towards 2030, both within existing and new business areas. Within the next few

Welcome to the Booming Texas Port at Heart of U.S. Oil Sales


Late last month, an oil tanker that measures three football fields long and six stories high moved slowly through the

Toll moves ahead with Dampier acquisition


Logistics company Toll is completing the purchase of the Dampier Supply Base in Western Australia from MMA Offshore. The purchase

BI to hire personnel to guard seaports


The Bureau of Immigration will hire new personnel to man rebel-infested seaports and stations in Mindanao to help thwart the

GPHA inaugurates committee on port funding


The Ghana Ports and Harbours Authority (GPHA) has rolled out a strategy to look for alternative and more sustainable ways

Gov’t Seeks to Further Cut Dwell Time at Ports in Q4


The government seeks to cut dwell time at the country’s ports to less than two days from the current 2.9

South Asia Gateway Terminal Completes Implementation Of N4 Terminal System


Navis announced that South Asia Gateway Terminal (SAGT) in the Port of Colombo, has successfully gone live with Navis’ N4

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