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ESPO award 2020: Jury puts the ports of Algeciras, Amsterdam, Lisbon and Puertos del Estado in final competition

18/09/2020

The projects of Algeciras Port Authority (Spain), Port of Amsterdam (the Netherlands), Port Authority of Lisbon (Portugal) and Puertos del

Bulk grain facility at CQ Inland Port processes first shipment paving way to lower freights cost for farmers

18/09/2020

The first 100 tonnes of chickpeas have christened a new $18.5 million bulk-grain handling facility at the CQ Inland Port

Freight forwarders facing the perfect storm of issues at the port of Felixstowe

18/09/2020

Freight forwarders that are now unable to restitute empty containers to the port of Felixstowe until September 23rd say it

Saudi Arabia’s ports record 12% hike in containers

18/09/2020

The Kingdom’s ports recorded a 12 percent increase in container handling operations during August as compared to the same period

East Coast Ports Get More Shipping Volumes as Trade Routes Change

17/09/2020

The trade rift with China and a boost in e-commerce are changing the way cargo comes into the U.S., with

Chris Grayling to advise ports operator in £100,000 role

17/09/2020

Ex-Transport Secretary Chris Grayling has landed a £100,000 job advising the owner of some of the UK’s top ports.

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Successes, failures, and challenges of North African ports from Morocco to the Horn of Africa

17/09/2020

Here I put together six posts I wrote on LinkedIn in the last days about the ports of North African

Kalmar to support DP World’s continuing expansion at Caucedo with new terminal tractors and empty container handlers

17/09/2020

Kalmar, part of Cargotec, has signed a deal with long-standing partner DP World for 12 Ottawa T2 terminal tractors and

Phase one of new Takoradi port terminal to be completed by Sept. 2021

17/09/2020

The first phase of the new multi-purpose on-dock container terminal at the Takoradi Port, which is being undertaken by wholly-owned

Germany offered to build LNG terminals to avert U.S. pipeline sanctions – Die Zeit

17/09/2020

Berlin offered to spend 1 billion euros ($1.2 billion) to build two liquid natural gas terminals in a bid to

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