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Hull Blyth plans $50m dry port in Ogun to boost economy, create jobs

10/04/2014
Hull Blyth Nigeria, a shipping and cargo services company, has concluded arrangements to locate a $50 million

Jebel Ali to boost capacity by 27%

10/04/2014
Dubai’s leading port Jebel Ali plans to boost its annual container ships handling capacity by 27 per cent this

PPA tightening security across ports ahead of Lenten break

10/04/2014
The Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) has tightened security across the country's ports with the exodus of

Sacyr has two months to find $290 million

09/04/2014
The agreement reached on February 27 between the construction consortium GUPC and the ACP is working towards unlocking the third set of locks on the Panama

Libya not in full control of re-opened eastern port

09/04/2014
Libya's oil protection force is not in full control of the Zueitina port as some militiamen are still at the facility following a deal to end their blockade

General strike warning for Argentinian ports

09/04/2014
Inchcape Shipping Services (ISS) is advising of a potential general strike in Argentina tomorrow (Thursday) from 00:00hrs to 24:00hrs. The union-backed

HOT PORT NEWS from GAC

09/04/2014
DATE: April 09, 2014
COUNTRY: United States
PORT: Delaware River
Pyrotechnic exercise

Libya's NOC keeps force majeure in place at eastern oil ports

09/04/2014
Libya's National Oil Corp (NOC) has yet to lift force majeure at the eastern ports of Zueitina and Hariga

Azeri oil shipping from Turkish Ceyhan port still reaches 6.86 million tons in 2014

09/04/2014
The State Oil Company of Azerbaijan (SOCAR) has announced the latest statistic data on Azeri oil

KPA delays adjustment of port tarrifs

09/04/2014
The Kenya Ports Authority ( KPA) has delayed the adjustment of new tariffs following protests by port users.

Peel Ports to sparkle at international maritime event

09/04/2014
Peel Ports has been announced as a Diamond Sponsor for the forthcoming Maritime, Logistics and Energy (MLE) thematic within the

Port of Tyne’s £180m expansion gets go ahead

09/04/2014
APPROVAL for a £180m expansion of the Port of Tyne in South Shields has been granted. Members of South Tyneside Council’s planning committee yesterday

Port Hedland strike risk: Tugboats pull their weight

09/04/2014
The risk of strikes at Port Hedland has escalated, with two more unions representing tugboat workers seeking permission for a ballot of

European ports to be tested by mega-alliances

09/04/2014
Terminal operators in Europe will soon face new pressures from mega-alliances, but have yet to show that their hinterland cargo can be delivered efficiently under the conditions envisaged. The FMC’s recent approval of the P3 alliance suggests that its services will become reality in all three proposed East-West routes by the middle of the year. Whatever shippers think of the

India must accelerate port development: experts

09/04/2014
India must accelerate development of its deep sea ports to catch up with its rapidly growing foreign trade, experts attending a maritime

UAE's Jebel Ali port plans ship capacity hike amid petrochemicals surge

09/04/2014
The UAE's Jebel Ali port plans to boost its annual container ships handling capacity by 27% this year with the launch of a new terminal to

Busan port aims to move 18.2m teu of box volumes in 2014

09/04/2014
South Korea’s main seaport Busan is aiming to move 18.2m teu of containers this year, a modest increase of 3% from a throughput

Port of Milford Haven reveals dip in profit and turnover

09/04/2014
Profits fell by more than £2.5m at the Port of Milford Haven in 2013.

Union dispute slows work at vital western port to a crawl

08/04/2014
At first glance, operations at the Port of Portland might look normal. Trucks come and go. Containers are loaded and unloaded.

HOT PORT NEWS from GAC

08/04/2014
DATE: April 08, 2014
COUNTRY: South Africa
PORT: Cape Town
Tug & tow operation
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