Americas

As a severe dry season hits Central America the Panama Canal Authority (ACP) has announced its fifth draught reduction for the new locks, effective 30 April 2019. 
Once in a while, a service provider engaged in projects with the maritime business actually brings real connections with its target market to its work. Take the NYC Maritime Hackathon…
The Port of Corpus Christi Commission has approved a 50-year-long- lease agreement with Lone Star Ports, LLC, a joint venture between the Carlyle Group and the Berry Group, to develop a  petroleum export terminal.
Terminal operator PSA International is appointing Peter Voser as its new chairman from 1 April as Fock Siew Wah stands down after 13 years in the post.
Fire damaged containers from the Yantian Express have been unloaded, but it remains unclear where the remaining undamaged cargo will be unloaded.
The 10th annual Maritime Employee Survey has revealed decreasing confidence in shipping industry job security as volatile market conditions continue to challenge the sector.
The Colombian government has signed a 30-year-concession-contract for the construction of the long-awaited new port on the Caribbean Sea, in Turbo, in the department of Antioquia.
Petrobras and Açu Petróleo, have signed a contract to carry out ship to ship operations at the company's Petroleum Terminal (T-OIL), located in the complex of Port of Açu.
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Capesize freight rates saw a general lack of physical activities in both the Asia Pacific and Atlantic market this week, with market concerns over cyclones brewing off the Australian coast.
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