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Canadian Ports Impacted By Pipeline Protesters Blocking Rail Lines

19/02/2020

The protests that have been blocking portions of the rail network in Canada are affecting port operations on both coasts.

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Port operator records $2 mil. increase in total revenue

19/02/2020

Arawak Port Development (APD) Limited saw a nearly $2 million increase in total revenue for the six months ending December

HOT PORT NEWS from GAC

18/02/2020

Light dues 2020/21
Tuesday, February 18, 2020, United Kingdom

Light dues rates for 2020/21 will not change and remain at

Protesters disrupt shipments in Brazil’s largest port -union

18/02/2020

SAO PAULO/RIO DE JANEIRO, Feb 17 – Brazilian truck drivers began protesting early on Monday at Latin America’s largest port

New Zealand ports see growth amid potential cargo shift

18/02/2020

New Zealand's ports have generally continued to experience growth in container volumes amid potential that all freight operations at the

Ukraine weekly seaport grain exports jump 55% to 1.17 mln T – APK-Inform

18/02/2020

Ukrainian grain exports from sea ports rose to 1.17 million tonnes in the week of Feb. 8-14 from 755,000 tonnes

Theochari: ‘Free ports can revitalise the UK’s forgotten coastal communities’

18/02/2020

Maritime UK Chair, Harry Theochari, writes for City AM about the government’s Free ports consultation.

Fuel with lower sulphur for shipping is available at major ports

18/02/2020

The enforcement of an International Maritime Organisation (IMO) ruling that fuel oil for ships should have a sulphur limit of

Panama Canal implements water tax on ships

18/02/2020

Ships passing through The Panama Canal began paying a water tax of up ro $10,000 on Saturday February 15 .

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DP World to Delist from Nasdaq Dubai

18/02/2020

DP World’s parent company Port and Free Zone World has offered to acquire the 19.55 per cent of DP World’s

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