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DPW and Port of Prince Rupert Take Next Expansion Step

The Port of Prince Rupert and DP World have agreed on terms of a project development plan that outlines the next phase of expansion...

ILWU will observe a stop work meeting on June 21, 2018

PierPass Inc. has been notified that the International Longshore and Warehouse Union (ILWU) will observe a special stop work meeting for union business on...

CMPort completes its acquisition of the Port of Newcastle in Australia

On 14 June 2018, China Merchants Port Holdings Company Limited (“CMPort” or “the Company”) completes its acquisition of the Port of Newcastle, the largest...

‘Cool port’ barge service speeds up distribution from Rotterdam

The logistics surrounding the Port of Rotterdam are daunting. Eight deep sea terminals; 600 barges with 150 different owners; some 150,000 shippers from across...

South Carolina Ports Authority Announces Record May Container Volume

Today South Carolina Ports Authority announced 197,437 twenty-foot equivalent container units (TEUs) handled last month, a record for the month of May and the...

Port of Antwerp seeks to double rail volume with Railport Antwerpen

Railport Antwerp, a joint initiative by Antwerp Port Authority, the Left Bank Development Corporation and the industry associations Essenscia Vlaanderen and VOKA-Alfaport, is to...

Antwerp blockchain pilot pioneers with secure and efficient document workflow

The Antwerp Port Authority and the Antwerp blockchain start-up T-Mining have developed a solution to make document flows safer and more efficient. Documents, such...

Port of Felixstowe service disruption to all shipping lines

Please be advised that the Port of Felixstowe's (PoF) service to all associated shipping lines has been significantly delayed, due to the implementation of...

Long Beach Record May Lifts Cargo Volume

The Port of Long Beach had the busiest May in its 107-year history, as dockworkers handled 687,427 twenty-foot equivalent units (TEUs) of containerized cargo,...

APM Terminals offers new gateway to Iraq

New pre-arrival clearance protocols and reduced terminal handling charges for containers in transit, mean that Jordan’s deep-water Aqaba Container Terminal (ACT), located on the...

Djibouti’s many international investment projects set a new pace for economic emergence

Djibouti's many international investment projects set a new pace for economic emergence Djibouti hopes to reach a rapid and equitable solution that is in accordance...

Seattle Harbor Deepening Project Receives Corps Leadership Approval

SEATTLE — The Seattle Harbor Navigation Improvement Project is eligible for congressional authorization following U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Commanding General Lt. Gen. Todd...
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Kuehne + Nagel has entered into a definitive agreement to sell a major part of its United Kingdom contract logistics portfolio to XPO Logistics. The...

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Inactive container ships at all-time high

The number of unemployed container ships is now at an all-time high, due to the COVID-19 outbreak and the delay in scrubber installations at...

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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