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Port & Logistics

Port and logistics executives were waxing very positive this week. In the normally gridlocked and dysfunctional Washington, D.C. environment, President Barack Obama actually signed a group of bills into law-…
Venezuela’s state-owned giant oil company, Petroleos de Venezuela (PDVSA), has begun to renovate its tug fleet with a 10-vessel order with the Netherlands-based Damen Shipyards Group, passing from a strategy…
NYK Group has acquired a 30% stake in Consorcio de Servicios Internacionales S.A. (CSI) Group, a car logistics company in Mexico.  
The countdown has begun but shippers are not waiting. Negotiations between West Coast dockworkers and the Pacific Maritime Association are in progress in the face of a 1 July expiration…
TT Club, transport and logistics insurance provider, has urged port operators to focus more on safety as the club’s data has shown that 68% of the insurance claims came from…
David Cameron, prime minister of the UK, announced further investment at the Port of Liverpool during a visit to the construction site for new deepwater container terminal Liverpool2.
The second shipment of four rolling gates for the Panama Canal expansion’s third set of locks, arrived in waters of the waterway in the Atlantic province of Colon, aboard the…
Swedegas and Vopak LNG Holding have been granted an environmental permit for an LNG terminal in Gothenburg by the County Administrative Board in Västra Götaland.
APM Terminals' (APMT) low operating margin compared to its competitors is not due to lower port tariffs for Maersk Line, the terminal operator has told Alphaliner.
A set of five Wärtsilä dual-fuel engines will power the world’s first LNG-fuelled icebreaker, under construction at Arctech Helsinki Shipyard in Finland.
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