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Rolls-Royce is to build a new $36.5m offshore construction and testing facility in Duque de Caxias, in the state of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

APM Terminals handled a total of 36.3m teu last year, representing 3% growth in volumes over 2012.

Brazil Port Secretariat (SEP) plans to launch port concessions tenders in the states of Sao Paulo and Para worth around a total of $2.2bn in March.  

Shipbuilding for the offshore industry is undergoing a number of changes, according to speakers at the Annual Offshore Support Journal Conference.

DP World handled consolidated volumes of 26m teu in 2013, a 3.8% decrease over the previous total of 27.1m in 2012, despite record volumes handled in the UAE.

President Raul Castro and his Brazilian counterpart Dilma Rousseff inaugurated Monday the first phase of the container terminal at the port of Mariel, Cuba’s largest current infrastructure project, funded by Brazil.

MODEC, Mitsui OSK Line (MOL), Mitsui & Co and Marubeni have agreed to invest in an FPSO for a MODEC promoted project in Brazil.

BW Offshore has signed a letter of intent (LOI) to take a 30% stake in a Brazilian oil field.

Navios South American Logistics has signed a 20 year deal with Vale for the storage and transshipment of iron ore and commodities.

Vard Holdings has announced a third-quarter profit of NOK58m ($9.7m), representing a slender return to profit compared to its dismal second quarter.

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