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Port & Logistics

The Japanese shipping market is seeing a rise in port calls as import demand rises, according to Wilhelmsen Ship Services (WSS).
Classification society DNV GL believes the first deepsea LNG powered vessels will ply routes between the US and Europe in the fairly near future.
An analysis by The United Nation Economic Commission on Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) paints an "alarming" picture of strikes in the regional port sector in its February 2014…
South Korea’s main seaport Busan is aiming to move 18.2m teu of containers this year, a modest increase of 3% from a throughput of 17.7m teu recorded in 2013, according…
Honoured with the Seatrade Lifetime Achievement Award at the 7th Seatrade Asia Awards was Patrick Phoon, president of the Singapore Shipping Association and deputy managing director of Evergreen Shipping Agency…
MOL is to initiate new east and west-coast car carrier services between Mexico and ports within the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA).  
Leaders of the maritime industry have called for greater collaboration and consolidation in Asia to tackle the challenges of vessel overcapacity, talent shortages and environmental sustainability.
Top among the key drivers of LNG bunkering from the perspective of ports is demand from shipowners.
Dutch-based dredging company Van Oord has been awarded a $68.5m contract for dredging and maintenance work for the western access channel to the port of Surabaya in Indonesia by Pelindo…
A major new shipyard, is to be constructed by Saudi Arabia and an international shipbuilding joint-venture partner as part of a major port expansion set to be completed in 2018-19,…
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