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STRONGEST APRIL ON RECORD AT PORT OF LONG BEACH

13/05/2021

DEMAND DRIVEN BY ONLINE SPENDING, RETAILERS RESTOCKING SHELVES

An ongoing cargo boom largely driven by online purchases lifted the

SC Ports handles record cargo volumes in April

13/05/2021

South Carolina Ports had a record April for cargo handled at the Port of Charleston, following an all-time cargo record

Suez Canal expansion plans lift dredging firm Boskalis

13/05/2021

Shares in Dutch marine services provider Boskalis BOSN.AS jumped on Wednesday, a day after the Suez Canal unveiled a project

Cavotec to accelerate focus on cleantech – will invest 20 million euro to solidify leading position in expected multibil

13/05/2021

The fast-growing market for electrification and automation of ports around the world is estimated to be worth several billion euros

Indian port operations grapple with state lockdowns, strict health checks

13/05/2021

India’s shipping ports are struggling amid a manpower shortage and reduced working arising from varied stages of pandemic-related lockdowns across

Cavotec SA – Interim report January – March 2021

13/05/2021

Strong order backlog and revenue in “New Cavotec”

On 5 March 2021, we communicated a decision to focus our resources and

Maritime Companies Committed to Nurturing Young Talents Despite COVID-19 Challenges

13/05/2021

21 maritime companies will host 30 undergraduates from local institutes of higher learning under the 12-week Global Internship Award (GIA)[1]

HOT PORT NEWS from GAC

12/05/2021

Transition to carbon neutral by 2030
Wednesday, May 12, 2021, Panama Canal, Panama

The Panama Canal [has] launched its process of

Saudi ports cargo volumes up 8 percent in April

12/05/2021

Saudi ports handled more than 609,000 containers during April, up more than 8.25 percent from a year earlier.
Ports overseen

Brexit: Export issues ‘easing at Irish ports’

12/05/2021

Post-Brexit difficulties in getting British exports through Irish ports have eased but complexities remain, Irish officials say.

Senior civil servants from

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