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Port of Rotterdam and DHG reveal new warehouse complex plans

Rotterdam-based real estate investor and developer DHG and the Port of Rotterdam Authority have signed a contract for the allocation of 30hectares on Maasvlakte...

Continuing strike challenges Port of Lisbon

Hapag-Lloyd has announced that the Lisbon Stevedores Union has staged a strike that includes a full stoppage in Lisbon port, which it says will...

Port of Antwerp summarises COVID-19 situation

Port of Antwerp has noted the serious consequences of Coronavirus, which has led to around 20% fewer sailings from China, with a global effect...

Coronavirus hits major California ports

California's ports have been challenged by the outbreak of the coronavirus and the lingering effects of the trade dispute with China according to the...

Aqaba Container Terminal sees improved performance

APM Terminals says Aqaba Container Terminal (ACT), a gateway to Jordan and beyond, showed strong resilience in 2019 in the face of challenging local...

Konecranes to enhance Antwerp and Terneuzen

Two new cranes are scheduled to be delivered to Benelux ports in the course of this year boosting throughput at the facilities, following the...

January rail volume rises at Port of New York & New Jersey

Rail volume surged in January at the Port of New York and New Jersey, setting an all-time monthly record, according to Port of New...

APM Terminals Moín reviews first year of operations

The Moín Container Terminal (MCT), located in Costa Rica and operated by APM Terminals, serviced more than 1,100 ships, around 1.2 million TEU and...

SC Ports reports strong cargo volumes in February

South Caroliner Ports Authority (SCPA) saw steady container volumes in early 2020 and recorded the highest February ever for both cargo volumes and rail...

Port of Vancouver achieves 2nd highest container volume in 2019

Vancouver's Fraser Port Authority said that container throughput had increased marginally following the release its 2019 year-end statistics for cargo moving through the Port...

Port of Cochin upgrades Wärtsilä equipment

Wärtsilä will upgrade its Vessel Traffic Management System (VTMS) installed in the Indian port of Cochin by the end of July 2020. The system was...

Auckland proceeds with automation master plan

The Ports of Auckland (POAL) is in the midst of delivering 30-year master plan, a major investment programme which will increase capacity, efficiency and...
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Inactive container ships at all-time high

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Operations at key Shanghai port back to pre-COVID-19 levels

Throughput at Shanghai's Yangshan Deepwater Port, China's single largest container processing facility, is nearing pre-COVID-19 levels. Yangshan Port said that in the last week, it...

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