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


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


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


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


“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


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


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


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


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


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


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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