Port & Logistics

Out on the River Thames, guests of Bennett’s Barges were reminded by their host: beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Chris Livett, managing director of Bennett’s, seventh generation…
The Port of Rotterdam Authority introduced the first version of its new digital application Pronto, which it claims can help the some 30,000 vessels calling the port every year to…
Hutchison Ports is continuing to invest in its main terminal southern Europe terminal Barcelona Europe South Terminal (BEST), with an order with Kone Cranes for another six Automatic Stacking Cranes…
Who would run a stevedoring company these days? It was relatively simple, once – you organised a lot of labour and ordered up new barrows when the old ones got…
COSCO Shipping Ports (CSP) is tying up with powerful partners to develop a terminal extended services and port supply chain platform.
Associated British Ports (ABP) facilities in Hull and Goole are trialling a scheme to reduce plastic pollution in the ocean with a trial scheme to trial recycling plastic waste in…
Russia has suspended the handling of dangerous goods and bunkering at the Port of St Petersburg over a two month period around the FIFA World Cup.
The Sri Lanka Ports Authority (SLPA), which operates the island’s state-run ports, continues to make inroads into the transhipment market, improving five places to 13th in the Drewry Port Connectivity…
The Capesize market was hard hit after force majeure was being declared in Guinea this week. The declaration had increased the supply of vessels across the Asia-Pacific and Atlantic basins,…
Following a major restructuring of its business AP Moller – Maersk was $220m in the red in Q1 for its continuing operations while discontinued operations racked up a healthy $2.98bn…
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