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18/12/2018

Installation of floating sea barrier off Sentosa
Tuesday, December 18, 2018, Singapore

The working period for the installation of a

Newcastle container terminal’s challenges: fighting the “fee” and getting the containers off the wharf.

18/12/2018

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission’s decision to challenge allegedly “illegal and anti-competitive” arrangements used to “prevent or hinder” any

Buenos Aires invests $2 billion to renew its port

18/12/2018

The port of Buenos Aires, the principal maritime port of Argentina, has unveiled a modernization plan, with an investment of

Port Integration Shifts Inland. How Can the Walls Be Broken?

18/12/2018

A wave of port integration is spreading from coastal provinces inland along the Yangtze River.

The latest event occurred on December

Dubai’s DP World seeks to quash India antitrust probe over Mumbai port – court filing

18/12/2018

Dubai’s DP World has approached an Indian court to quash an antitrust investigation recently ordered into its alleged anti-competitive behavior

Shell Oman signs agreement with Port of Duqm to develop fuel bunkering facilities

18/12/2018

Shell Oman Marketing Company SAOG, the leading downstream fuel marketing company in the Sultanate, signed an agreement with Port of Duqm Company SAOC (PDC) to develop fuel bunkering facilities and services. The agreement was signed by Dr. Mohammed Mahmood Al

Unique Joint Venture Between DP World And SMS Group To Revolutionise Global Port Logistics

18/12/2018

An international joint-venture formed by global trade enabler DP World and industrial engineering specialists SMS group will revolutionize the way

Gammon’s stalled box terminal at Mumbai port headed for termination

18/12/2018

Mumbai Port Trust is set to scrap a contract awarded to a unit of the financially struggling Gammon Group for

Newcastle container terminal transport links must be sustainable

18/12/2018

If Australia has lived off the sheep’s back then Newcastle, in particular its port, has thrived courtesy of the region’s

Port disruption looms; new system to cost taxpayers $180m

18/12/2018

Clearing and export of goods through the country’s seaports is expected to suffer greatly beginning January 1, 2019, when the

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