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China Harbour project aims to turn Namibia bay into international logistics hub

12/09/2019

The handover ceremony of the Walvis Bay new container terminal project in Namibia, which was built by China Harbour and

Italy’s OLT LNG terminal sells all capacity for 2019/2020 gas year

12/09/2019

Italy’s offshore liquefied natural gas (LNG) Toscana (OLT) terminal said on Tuesday it had sold all available slots for the

KING 3.0: a user-friendly online tool for reserving berths for sea-going vessels

12/09/2019

The port of Rotterdam has once again stepped up efficiency with the introduction of KING 3.0, a new system for

‘Ports concessions buoyed shipping growth, revenue in 13 years’

12/09/2019

For the past 13 years, the ports concession deal struck by the Federal Government with the private Terminal Operators have

Port of Los Angeles: August Cargo Another Record Breaker

12/09/2019

For the fifth consecutive month, the Port of Los Angeles has set a new single-month cargo record. In August, the

Port Of Southampton And Government Launch Uk First Port Economic Partnership

12/09/2019

The Department for Transport (DfT), in partnership with ABP’s Port of Southampton, today launches the UK’s first Port Economic Partnership

HOT PORT NEWS from GAC

11/09/2019

Night time restriction for traffic transiting ferry crossing
Wednesday, September 11, 2019, Port Aransas, United States

Effective from today (11

Westports expects to handle record 10 mil TEUs of containers this year

11/09/2019

Westports Holdings Bhd is expecting to handle an all-time record of more than 10 million twenty-foot equivalent unit (TEUs) of

International regulation of ports – yes or no?

11/09/2019

Ports are essential for the global supply chain – but do they need more international regulation? High-level speakers engaged in

Port Report: Are Europe’s box ports gaining from the US-China trade war?

11/09/2019

Healthy container port throughput growth suggests Europe is – so far at least – avoiding the worst effects of the

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