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CMA CGM, GRR from India West Coast to Somalia

In a continued effort to provide its customers with reliable and efficient service, CMA CGM informs of the following General Rate Restoration: Effective April 1st, 2019 (B/L date): From India West Coast To Mogadishu, Somalia Quantum: USD 100/TEU All cargo dry, reefer, OOG and breakbulk  

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APL to apply charges in Lithuania

APL will apply the Terminal Handling Charge (THC), Destination Delivery Charge (DDC) and Monitoring Charge (MC) for the service scope stated below: Origin Receiving Charges (THC) Effective date: 15 April 2019 until further notice Origin: Lithuania Destination: All Destinations Equipment Type Currency 20′ 40′ 40H’ 45′ Dry EUR 105 105 105 105 Tank EUR 105 …

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Nuclear-powered container ship may deliver cargo to China

The Sevmorput container carrier, owned by Russia’s nuclear fleet authority, Atomflot, is the only nuclear-powered cargo vessel, which may be used to deliver export consignments from the Arkhangelsk port to China and to bring fish from the Far East to Russia’s European part, press service of the Arkhangelsk Region’s governor …

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Annual report of Port of Rotterdam

‘Our world is changing rapidly and profoundly. Global developments such as the energy and raw materials transition, digitisation and changing goods flows have far-reaching consequences for all our activities. Flexibility and adaptability are therefore required in the further development and renewal of the Rotterdam port and industrial area. To maintain …

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North Korea upgrades Nampho container terminal

A new crane installed at North Korea’s Nampho container terminal. That indicates continued infrastructure improvements to the area, despite a sanctions regime that should greatly restrict the volume of trade in either direction. The upgrade is one of a series of improvements in the area, which in recent years has seen new …

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MoU signed for Indonesian port development

Sungjee Construction Co. announced on March 15 that it has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Indonesian state-owned port company PT. Pelabuhan Indonesia 1 (Persero) for joint development of Tanjung Sauh Container Port. The project calls for building a container port on Batam Island in the southeastern part of Indonesia. The port is scheduled to …

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Kottayam to Kochi barge services receive positive responses

India‘s large inland waterways network has immense potential to be an alternative means of transportation The recently launched container barge service between Kottayam Port, ICD and Cochin Port through national waterways is getting encouraging responses from stakeholders. The terminal operator DP World Cochin said that the commencement of the barge …

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Yilport in talks for Long Beach container terminal

Turkey’s Yilport Holding AS is in advanced talks to buy a container terminal in Long Beach, California, a deal that would value the facility at close to $2 billion, people with knowledge of the matter said. The discussions between Yilport, backed by businessman Robert Yuksel Yildirim, and terminal owner Cosco Shipping Holdings Co. aren’t …

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Port of Koper keeps gaining Austrian boxes

The Austrian economy is interested in even closer cooperation with the northern Adriatic At the business meeting (March 19) held in Škocjanski zatok Nature Reserve near Koper, 26 Austrian companies active in the logistics, transport, IT and civil engineering sectors took part. Some of them were interested in expanding their …

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Port of Montreal to receive container handling capacity surge

The Montreal Port Authority (MPA) and LOGISTEC Corporation announce that Viau Terminal, which handles about 350,000 containers annually, will undergo a new construction phase to increase its handling capacity. This is its second phase, which continues and completes the most recent container terminal at the Port of Montreal. Its first …

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