Friday, 18 April 2014 | 13:37
  • Home
  • Shipping News
  • Port News
View by:

Oman: Ports sector set for stronger growth

On the back of higher volume of container throughput, the Sultanate’s ports sector is expected to see robust growth in 2014. “Aided by construction of a port

More development at Port Qasim urged

The Federation of Pakistan Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FPCCI) has said that weak infrastructure, energy and security are major issues which prevent

Ashdod Port's revenue down 2.4% in 2013

Ashdod Port Company Ltd. posted a net profit of NIS 176 million in 2013, up 31.6% compared to 2012. Revenue was NIS 1.08 billion, down 2.4%, compared to

Pelindo I secures 70-year right to operate Belawan port

State-owned port operator PT Pelabuhan Indonesia I (Pelindo I) has secured a 70-year concession to operate the Belawan International

Vizag handles highest iron ore among major ports

Despite slipping to the fifth position from the third slot, Visakhapatnam Port has handled highest iron ore among all the 12 major ports

Exploring potential of Pangaon inland container terminal

The Chittagong Port Authority (CPA) and the Bangladesh Inland Water Transport Authority (BIWTA) jointly built the Pangaon Container

‘Lekki Deep Seaport begins cargo operations in 2017’

Barring any unforeseen circumstances either on the part of the Federal and Lagos State Governments or the concessionaire, the

China Harbour Engineering gain Jamaican port development

Bejing-based construction company, China Harbour Engineering (CHE) has successfully signed a preliminary agreement with

Gwadar to be a glittering port

Minister for Defence Production Rana Tanvir Hussain has made a welcome statement that a state of the art big shipyard to build heavy commercial and naval vessels will be

Jubail port plans projects worth $671m

The Kingdom has launched 31 development projects worth SR2.518 billion ($671.5 million) at the Jubail Commercial Port. The projects have the support

Stealth tactics

Criticism that ports have been slower to adopt security profiling systems and technology is to some extent unfair or misdirected, according to industry sources. Cargo volumes are so

Deloitte calls for integrated approach to develop Indian ports

With award of new port projects gaining pace, consultancy firm Deloitte called for an urgent need on a holistic approach

Salalah port: strategic location for vital logistic operation in Oman

Salalah Port enjoys a strategic location near the global shipping lines connecting East and West, which makes the port one

Mott MacDonald wins Gdansk design role

Global engineering consultancy firm, Mott MacDonald, has successfully gained a project to carry out

‘Port business is expected to boom in 2014’

Tony Anakebe, renowned maritime industry analyst, is the managing director of Gold-Link Investment Limited, a

Sri Lanka vehicle transshipment business gathers speed: port agency

Vehicle transshipments through Sri Lanka's Hambantota port in the South of the country has picked up with

Port handles record throughput during the year

Registering a growth rate of 1.35 per cent despite global cues, V O Chidambaranar port, one of the fastest

Private terminals pull down JN port traffic in fiscal 2014

Cargo volume at Jawaharlal Nehru Port fell by 3.32 per cent in the last fiscal, mainly due to labour troubles and

Firms propose $550m trade centre, dry port investment in Ogun

A group of foreign and local investors, including Hull Blyth Nigeria has proposed to locate a Trade Centre and

St Lawrence Seaway opens for 2014 season

Inchcape Shipping Services (ISS) is advising that the St. Lawrence Seaway has now opened for its 2014 season at St. Lambert by accepting the first
... 6 7 8 9 10  ...