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Asian groups seek to acquire Brazilian terminals

Three Asian groups are interested in acquiring two container terminals up for sale by Brazilian private port operator Wilson Sons, Brazilian newspaper Valor Economico...

Cecafé: Brazilian coffee exports hike

Brazil shipped 3.45 million 60-kg bags of green coffee in October, up 33 percent from a year earlier, boosted by a record crop, exporters...

Brazilian terminals to use XVELA cloud

XVELA announced that Tecon Rio Grande and Tecon Salvador, Brazilian container terminals and subsidiaries of Wilson Sons Group, will work with XVELA as early...

Lack of space contains the exports’ rise of Brazilian coffee

Brazilian coffee exporters shipped 2.73 million 60-kg bags of coffee abroad in September, 27 percent more than a year earlier, but a lack of...

Augmented reality in APM Terminals Brazil

Using augmented reality to train workers may seem like a science fiction, but for employees at APM Terminals Brazil, it's a reality. For Global Safety...

Chinese investment to pick up Parangua

Since China Merchants Port (CMP) set up shop in Paranagua, things have picked up in this small southern Brazilian city of 151,000 residents. In February,...

Chaos in Brazil (Financial Times)

Confusion at ports at time when exporters should be enjoying a boom Chaos in Brazil`s logistics sectors that started with a truckers’ strike this year...

Brazil, Import of Glyphosate

We would like to inform you that the IBAMA (Environment Brazilian Authority) released an official statement about the import of Glyphosate. According to their instruction,...
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SC Ports halts operations due to software issue

South Carolina Ports (SC Ports) has announced delays at its terminals and inland port operations, including gates, due to technical issues. SC Ports said it...

Port Houston records double digit container growth

Port Houston continues to exceed last year’s container volumes and is up 12% through April with 1,394,094 TEUs. In April, 324,177 TEUs moved through the...

Booming May rates mask the looming capacity bomb

Massive increases in container shipping rates since 2 May are the consequence of Asian port congestion, US import demand, reduced Asia to Europe capacity...

Maersk and Kotahi enter second decade of New Zealand export freight partnership

Maersk and Kotahi, New Zealand’s largest container manager, have signed a second long-term freight agreement to December 2034. "An ongoing freight partnership, with Maersk, will...