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Israel-Hamas war: 10% of Ashdod Port staff recruited by Israeli army, first war-related surcharges announced

Israel's Ashdod Port, one of the largest ports of the country and a crucial asset for the national economy, is continuing to operate normally...

“If Israel does move by ground into Gaza, I would expect the unexpected,” says CEO of Dryad Global

Container shipping companies are currently continuing to maintain normal operations in the major box ports of Haifa and Ashdod in Israel, while the war...

Israel-Hamas war: Impact on shipping and port operations, potential risks

The conflict in Israel after attacks by Islamist group Hamas on towns close to Gaza has caused great concerns in the global community, while...

Maersk, Ashdod Port ink supply chain partnership deal

Ashdod Port Company in Israel has struck a deal with Maersk North America to work on supply chain logistics innovation potential. The partnership is expected...

Ashdod port deploys facial recognition technology

The biometrics technology provider Oosto has supplied the maritime logistics operator in the Israeli port of Ashdod, Group 207, with facial recognition technology for...
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The Port of Antwerp-Bruges said that despite the ongoing complexities in geopolitics and macroeconomics, its volume growth, primarily driven by a resurgence in container...

Port of Rotterdam achieves 10% CO2 emission reduction in 2023

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