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2018 is record year for Port of Antwerp

With a 6th year record, growth in all cargo types and a recent wave of investments, 2018 will be a ‘grand cru’ year for the Port of Antwerp. The confirmation of the port’s attractiveness and the consolidation of its position as a global player and the largest integrated European chemical …

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All-time record year for Haifa Port

Following the Port Reform Agreement that was signed on December 2018 – Haifa port Company, the operator of all current terminals in Haifa Port, reports a total throughput of 26,264,000 Tonne and 1,464,000 TEUs in 2018. Mendi Zaltzman, CEO: “To be the leader in both throughput and efficiency is not …

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Visionary investments drive POLB’s success

For the first time in its 108-year history, the Port of Long Beach in 2018 surpassed 8 million twenty-foot equivalent units, as cargo grew more than 7 percent to set a record for a second consecutive year, Executive Director Mario Cordero announced Wednesday at the annual State of the Port …

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NWSA finishes 2018 on strong note

The Northwest Seaport Alliance’s total monthly container volumes for December reached 349,055 twenty-foot equivalent units (TEUs), a 11.6 percent increase over the same month last year. Total import volumes were up 20.2 percent at 159,550 TEUs, compared to December 2017, as shippers continued to send cargo in anticipation of higher …

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Port of Zeebrugge sees higher container volume

In total, the port of Zeebrugge handled over 40 million tonnes of goods in 2018. In comparison to the result of 2017 this means a rise of 8 percent. This increase is mostly due to the volumes in roll-on/roll-off traffics and liquid natural gas, two very important sectors for the …

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Riga Port raises cargo turnover

The Freeport of Riga handled 36.4 million tons of various cargo in 2018, which was an 8.2 percent increase against a year before, the port’s statistics show. Growth was recorded in nearly all segments of cargo, except for oil products, which fell 27.6 percent, as well as chemical and metal …

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Port of Oakland sees its busiest Peak Season

October imports set record; total cargo volume up 3.9 percent for year The Port of Oakland had its busiest peak season ever for imports during the past three months. The Port said on Nov. 16 that it handled the equivalent of 250,686 loaded 20-foot import containers from August through October, …

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Gujarat private ports record traffic growth

Private ports in Gujarat have reported a healthy growth of 16 per cent in cargo handling for the first seven months (April-October 2018) of the fiscal. At 113 million tonnes of cargo handling for the period, the share of private ports in the overall cargo handling at all non-major ports …

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Port of NY & NJ hit a monthly record

Overview The Port of New York and New Jersey hit a monthly record in September. Total volume for September 2018 was 603,034 TEUs (341,676 lifts) versus 573,458 TEUs (327,045 lifts) in September 2017, a 5.2% increase. Import loads (TEUs) were up by 5.7% in September 2018 vs. September 2017 and …

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Port of Hueneme hits an all-time record

Cargo imports and exports hit an all-time high at the Port of Hueneme for FY2018 with 1.6 million tons of cargo moving through the Port. This represents an 8.1% increase over last year’s performance of 1.48 million cargo tons. The previous cargo record was set in FY2015 with 1.56 million …

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