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India: Workers protest as government moves towards corporatisation of port trusts

20/02/2020

Thousands of port and dock workers at the dozen state-owned major ports are holding a day-long protest today (Thursday) against

Polish Gdańsk and Azerbaijan”s Alat ports to ink memorandum on cooperation deputy minister

20/02/2020

The project of the memorandum on cooperation between ports in Poland”s Gdańsk and Baku-Alat is ready and probably will be

US ports land more than $280 million in federal grants

20/02/2020

The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Maritime Administration (MARAD) has awarded more than $280 million in discretionary grant funding through the

DP World Improves Productivity and Service at UK Shipping Terminal with Panasonic TOUGHBOOK Devices

20/02/2020

“No terminal in the UK or Europe uses a mobile device with software as advanced that enables an operator to

Coronavirus impact: Containers from China languish at Indian ports on documentation woes

20/02/2020

Thousands of containers that arrived from China post outbreak of Coronavirus are stranded at various Indian ports as documents giving

Wuhan Coronavirus: its potential implications on the UK ports sector

20/02/2020

As the implications of the Wuhan Coronavirus become clear, ports and maritime law firm Hill Dickinson, an Associate Member of

Successful application of Wärtsilä Navi-Port highlights benefits of Just-in-Time sailing

20/02/2020

Yesterday, the technology group Wärtsilä, together with project partners Carnival Maritime and HVCC Hamburg Vessel Coordination Center (HVCC), announced they

Citi, Deutsche start talks to sell $9 bln Dubai port company debt – sources

20/02/2020

Citi C.N and Deutsche Bank DBKGn.DE have started talks with other banks to sell roughly $9 billion in debt Dubai

ESPO Publishes Its Position Paper On The European Green Deal Objectives In Ports

20/02/2020

Yesterday, ESPO has published its Position Paper on the European Green Deal objectives in ports.

The publication of this position paper

Seaborne cargo throughput increase in Port of Hamburg – and double-digit growth in seaport-hinterland rail transport

20/02/2020

With seaborne cargo throughput up by 1.1 percent at 136.6 million tons, Germany's largest universal port can report an excellent

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