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Valencia: Goods and container traffic grew in March by 12.96% and 9.22% respectively


March has recorded an increase of 12.96% in freight traffic and an increase of 9.22% in the movement of containers

Singapore fuel oil inventories at 4-month peak as net imports jump


A jump in net import volumes helped lift Singapore residual fuel oil inventories to their highest in more than four

CLSA gives ‘Outperform’ rating for Adani Ports despite the Yangon container terminal controversy


Brokerage firm CLSA has an ‘Outperform’ rating for Adani Ports. As per the brokerage, because of the Yangon container terminal

Ship Logjam at California Ports Is Easing After March Import Deluge


A monthslong logjam of cargo ships at Southern California’s ports appears to be easing even as imports continue to flood

Fugro’s vulnerability assessment informs Port of San Francisco’s safe and sustainable future


Fugro has completed a geotechnical site characterisation, earthquake hazard and geotechnical vulnerability assessment for the Port of San Francisco’s multi-year,

In Double Digits: Port Of Sines Grows 10% In Total And 16% In Containers


The first three months of 2021 showed that the Port of Sines maintains the growth trajectory presented at the end

VCT sets ship productivity record for a Maersk vessel


Visakha Container Terminal (VCT) has set a new ship productivity record of 110 moves per hour while handling the CHX

Stranded containers, jammed ports presage price rises in Israel


According to Dun & Bradstreet, imports of clothing and electrical goods are especially vulnerable to supply chain disruption.

Bicycles, exercise bikes,

Dealing with giant vessels: Fees on extremely large vessels can be exponentially hiked


After blocking the Suez Canal for more than a week and hugely disrupting the movement of goods by sea, the

New Industry Trends Report uncovers shifting priorities after COVID


AntwerpXL, the award-winning event dedicated to breakbulk, heavy lift and project cargo, has released its first Trends Report ahead of

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