Port & Logistics

Oslo: Norwegian Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg has promoted the Baltic Sea as a new pilot area for LNG-fuelled shipping.
President Obama’s efforts to revitalise America’s infrastructure brought him into the maritime realm with a visit to the Port of Miami, a top cruise port that is set to bolster…
Hanoi- The construction of deepwater Lach Huyen terminal, in Haiphong will begin this month, Vietnam Prime Minister Nguyen Tam Dung announced this week.
Savannah: Georgia Port has been allocated $50m in funds for dredging  by the state legislature as it gears up for the expansion of the Panama Canal.
Associated British Ports’ (ABP) announcement of a £100m ($151.9m) investment in facilities at Immingham, Hull and Goole to handle wood pellet shipments for Drax Power Station highlights the opportunities to…
Geneva: Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC) is selling a 35% stake in its global terminals business for $1.93bn.
Hong Kong: Four container terminals at Hong Kong's port operated by Hongkong International Terminals (HIT) and Cosco Pacific have been hit by strikes over the Easter weekend with average berthing…
Singapore: Singapore's PSA improved its 2012 results with a stronger net profit and higher container handling volume amid challenging economic conditions.
San Antonio: Chilean fruit exporters could lose $50m as more workers join a strike at the port of Angamos.
Batam: Ending a period of uncertainty, the Batam Free Trade Zone Management Agency (BP FTZ) is reported to be handing over the management of three ports in Batam to PT…
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