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S.Africa’s port terminals still disrupted days after cyber-attack


South Africa’s state-owned logistics firm said Tuesday it was working to restore systems following a major cyber-attack last week that

The US shipping crisis is not going away as 33 cargo ships float off the coast of LA waiting to dock


A supply-chain crisis has been brewing off the coast of Southern California for many months as massive freighters wait for

ICTSI South Pacific starts bulk coffee operations


South Pacific International Container Terminal (SPICT) in Lae, Papua New Guinea recently handled its first delivery of coffee bags following

JWD to acquire 20% stake in ESCO, sealing partnership with PSA


JWD InfoLogistics PLC (JWD), specialized in ASEAN logistics and supply chain solutions, announces a major investment, when on July 23

Morocco to sell 35% stake in port operator Marsa Maroc to Groupe Tanger Med


The Moroccan government has agreed to sell 35% stake in terminal operator Marsa Maroc to Groupe Tanger Med, raising

5.48 billion

Egypt receives largest Mideast dredger for Suez Canal work


Egypt received on Tuesday Dredger Hussein Tantawi, the biggest and most modern dredger in the Middle East, said the head

PSA Welcomes Jwd As Strategic Supply Chain Partner In Esco


PSA Southeast Asia has reached an agreement with JWD InfoLogistics Public Company Limited (JWD) to sell an up-to-20% effective stake

Port of Savannah moves 5M TEUs


For the first time in its history, the Port of Savannah has moved 5.3 million twenty-foot equivalent container units, growing

Jump onboard with Pilbara Ports Authority vessel safety campaign


Pilbara Ports Authority has launched its annual Recreational Vessel Safety Campaign to remind recreational boat users about the importance of

S.Africa’s Transnet says will soon lift force majeure after cyberattack


South African state logistics firm Transnet said it would soon lift a force majeure for its container terminals that it

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