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Thermal, coking coal imports dip 28% to 46 mn tonnes in Apr-Aug: IPA


Hit by coronavirus-related disruptions, both thermal and coking coal imports at India’s 12 major ports dipped 27.93 per cent to

More New Straddles For The Durban Container Terminal


Another eight new electric straddle carriers have arrived at the Durban Container Terminal (DCT) Pier 2 fully assembled, completing the

LAUGFS Terminals Complex at Hambantota Port marks 100th ship call


M/V Gas Courage berthed at Laugfs’ LP Gas Storage and Transhipment Terminal Complex at Hambantota International Port.

LAUGFS Terminals Ltd celebrated

Shipping Corp’s Joshi given temporary charge of India Ports Global overseeing Chabahar port


The Shipping Ministry has entrusted Harjeet Kaur Joshi, chairperson and managing director of Shipping Corporation of India Ltd (SCI) with

Beirut Killer Blast


Who is responsible for the horrific Beirut Port blast will be formally decided in due course but already it is

World’s largest LNG bunkering vessel arrives in Rotterdam


Friday 18 September – saw the LNG bunkering vessel Gas Agility arrive at Holland Amerikakade near Cruiseport Rotterdam. It has

Unions seek overhaul of pact for DP World-run ICTT at Cochin Port


Years of resentment over what they call as a “one-sided deal” has spilled out into the open with port unions

72% increase in goods handling at King Abdullah Port


Amidst the challenges of COVID-19, King Abdullah Port has ensured uninterrupted services, playing an active role in facilitating the smooth

Qatar- Hamad Port is one of world’s largest green projects


Qatar’s gateway to the world — has won international identity as one of the largest green ports in the world.


Stressing The Importance


In the commercial shipping realm, one of the major disappointments (dare I say “scandal?”) tied to the COVID-19 pandemic has

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