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Rail services of Wilmington Port have resumed

Rail traffic at the Port of Wilmington has resumed following an embargo by Jacksonville, Florida-based CSX on traffic to Wilmington because of Hurricane Florence. The first...

Shahid Rajaee Port passed 1 million TEUs

TEHRAN- Over 1.07 million twenty-foot-equivalent units (TEUs) of commodities were loaded and unloaded at Shahid Rajaee Port, in south of Iran, during the first...

“Smart” Convoy driving tested in Rotterdam

The Port of Rotterdam will form the background for Experience Week Connected Transport in early October. During this week, 250 test journeys will take...

North Sea Port close to new annual record

North Sea Port has achieved a new record for the first nine months of this year. With 53 million tons of cargo being transshipped...

New fixed berths for barges in Rotterdam

The five new fixed berths for barges along the Maas end of Isle of Brienenoord are ‘good to go’. The project, a Port of Rotterdam...

Forth ports under new ownership

Forth Ports announces Arcus’ sale of its shares in the company to PSP Investments PSP Investments to increase its stake in Forth Ports in landmark transaction Forth Ports...

Port of Rotterdam explores autonomous navigation

It is not a question of whether but when autonomous navigation will be introduced. In order to prepare the Port of Rotterdam Authority for...

Lapena: “Empty containers not causing any congestion at MICP”

Empty containers staying at the container yard of the Manila International Container Port (MICP) are not causing any congestion, Customs Commissioner Isidro Lapeña said...

Port of Buenos Aires seeks logistics innovations

Representing the Ministry of Transportation, the General Administration of Ports SE - Puerto Buenos Aires participated in various meetings with the Ministry of Production,...

Three giant container cranes reached Auckland ports

Three giant new container cranes are soaring above Auckland after their arrival from China. The cranes, which stand 82.3 metres tall and weigh 2,100 tonnes,...

Hundreds of containers stucked at Dar es Salaam Port

A dispute over transit goods has left more than 300 containers stranded at Dar es Salaam Port causing congestion and inconvenience, The Citizen established...

New gate system to improve cargo movement

Improved productivity, cost savings, and environmentally smart. Those are just a few benefits of new state-of-the-art gate technology available at several container terminals in...
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