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Industry Sectors:Port & Logistics

Port & Logistics

Singapore LNG Corporation (SLNG) has completed its first vessel cool-down service on one of MISC's LNG vessel, expanding the portfolio of services available at the new LNG terminal complex in…
A Hong Kong container terminal executive has pointed to China's continuing cabotage policy as being beneficial to the port and ensuring that it remains a key player in the market.
The G6 alliance is to pull eight Asia-Europe sailings over the winter in response to an anticipated fall in demand.
Brazil’s national development bank BNDES is preparing new credit lines to help support upcoming port sector projects expected to be worth $21.8bn.
Penang's North Butterworth Container Terminal (NBCT) expects a gradual pick-up in intra-Asia and US trade to raise container throughput in 2013 by 5% from the 1.16m teu seen last year,…
North-South rates are "haemorrhaging" under the increased tonnage displaced from the major Asia-Europe trades, according to a Drewry report.
With DP World’s London Gateway gearing up to accept its first MOL vessel on 7 November, it appears there is still no obvious end to disagreements with organised labour in…
APM Zeebrugge has seen its first call by a China Shipping Container Lines vessel following a recent signing agreement by China Shipping Container Terminals for a 24% holding in the port.
Portland harbour off the British south coast is closing in on its ambitions to develop a major ship repair facility close to one of the world’s busiest shipping lanes.
Accenture Indonesia managing director Cho Soo-ho is the latest business leader to warn that the country urgently needs to improve efficiency at its major ports in the face of increased…
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