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2019: A record-year for Houston Port

Port Houston’s Barbours Cut and Bayport Terminals continue to grow, and gate transactions – which track the number of containers delivered or picked up...

SCR marks record freight loading

Over 117.16 million tonnes recorded before end of fiscal year 2018-19 South Central Railway has recorded the highest ever freight loading of 117.16 million tonnes (MTs) surpassing...

US Ports record: 2 million containers in a single month

Imports at the nation’s major retail container ports have set another new record, reaching 2 million containers in a single month for the first...

Port of Gdansk climbs in Baltic Ports ranking

The transshipment volume at the Port of Gdansk keeps increasing. Thanks to the result for the first half of the year, Gdansk's port managed...

Port of NY and NJ produces historic month

This year has been one of the best on record for the Port of New York and New Jersey. October set a new all-time...

Record results for Cosco’s terminal in Piraeus

Cosco's container terminal subsidiary at the Piraeus Port Authority (PPA), managed by the parent company, posted another record over the Jan-Oct 2018 period, edging...

Teesport achieves an all-time record

PD Ports has announced an all-time record in container volumes handled at Teesport. This new record comes at a time when the Department for International...

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...

Mombasa port breaks cargo-handling record

The Port of Mombasa is edging closer towards attaining 48 hours’ turnaround time for bigger vessels and enhancing its competitiveness following consistent record productivity performances recorded...

The best month in Savannah’s history

The Port of Savannah moved more container cargo in October than any other month in its history, with 413,800 twenty-foot equivalent container units crossing...
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The growing threat that lurks below the waterline

A recent study published by I-Tech AB proved that barnacle fouling is a big headache for the global fleet, even before the Covid-19 forced...

Crew kidnapped off the coast of Benin

Five crew members including the Captain have been kidnapped from a Pacific International Lines (PIL) vessel 150 miles southwest of Cotonou Benin. The attack occurred...

Reduced costs boost STC profits

As Covid-19 continues to disrupt markets around the world, ocean carriers are reducing capacity and sailing speeds. With sailing options reduced, especially on Asia-Europe...

Foolhardy forecasts and trading places

Even as some 21 states postpone the roll back on plans to ease their lockdown regimes and the International Maritime Fund (IMF) has revised...