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Port of Rotterdam partners with TOC Worldwide

Port of Rotterdam, Europe’s leading port, has signed a global partner deal with TOC Worldwide, organiser of the global TOC portfolio of

NAWAH Partners with Iraq on Major Project to Expand Modernization of Historic Port of Basra

NAWAH Port Management (NPM), a business unit of North America Western Asia Holdings, announced today

Ports Regulator: Expectations from Stakeholders

The recent appointment of the Nigerian Shippers Council (NSC) as Ports Economic Regulator comes with so

Dighi Port simultaneously handles steel & coal vessels

After commissioning the longest single linear quay length of 650 meter by a non-major port in Maharashtra,

Ust-Luga Oil terminal set to expand with fourth complex

The fourth start-up complex of the Ust-Luga Oil sea terminal, formerly known as Rosneftbunker, at port Ust-Luga

Argentina's transport and ports general strike costs $1.3bn

Argentina’s one-day general strike Thursday April 10 that paralysed transport services and ports cost $1.3bn in losses according


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COUNTRY: United Arab Emirates
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Barcelona expected to be P3 ‘loser’

The P3 alliance may have a profound impact on how Spanish container ports develop in the near future.

Ports record 33.2pc rise in cargo handling

The quantity of cargo unloaded and loaded at the Sultan Qaboos and Salalah Ports stood at 2,480,000

Abu Dhabi ports expect year-end spike in traffic as projects boom

State-owned Abu Dhabi Ports Co (ADPC) expects a surge in shipping traffic towards the end of this year as

Industrial Labour Strike Actions Loom at Australia's Port Hedland

Millions of tonne of iron ore shipped from Port Hedland stand to face delays after 2 more applications

Ports sector to get US$10bn boost

Sri Lanka is planning to invest US$ 10 billion to develop its ports sector in the years leading to 2020, the

Abu Dhabi Free Port Welcomes Biggest Heavy Lift Cargo Ever

Abu Dhabi Ports Company (ADPC) has welcomed the largest and longest heavy lift cargo load it has ever handled in the

Nigeria: Seaports Cargo Throughput For 2013 Shows Lull In Importation

The volume of cargo imported and exported through the Nigerian seaports in 2013 stood at 76,886,997 million metric

“Everything is Possible at the Port of Antwerp”

In the 2013 Annual Report we start by looking back over the past year. 2013 was indeed a good year for the port of Antwerp, in which we set a new record with a total

Taking the cyber highway

Ronald Paul, chief operating officer of the Port of Rotterdam, has publicly called for the port to become “the centre of the logistics internet”. But what exactly does he

Panama Canal expansion draws bigger customers, and criticism

This year marks the 100th anniversary of the Panama Canal, one of the busiest waterways in the world. A massive building

How Green Is Your Port?

The Environmental Protection Agency plans to develop a new program to recognize ports for their sustainability efforts, which could ultimately influence multinational corporations' shipping

Libya's port deal no risk-free return to steady oil output

Libya may have averted a state collapse by striking a deal with eastern rebels to reopen occupied oil ports, but technical delays
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