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Port & Logistics

The Port of Rotterdam is seeing calls from the world's largest containership, bulker and oil tanker today, in what the port has dubbed the “week of the giants”.  
Berthing of vessels at ports along the Suez Canal could be hampered once again by a 1900 – 0600 hrs daily curfew ordered by Egypt’s interim military government.    
Hong Kong-based firm HK Nicaragua Canal Development Investment, and its local arm HKND, the concessionaire for the development, construction and operation of Nicaragua's $40bn interoceanic canal has hired two international…
The port of Singapore saw its container handling volumes hit the highest this year in July with throughput at 2.95m teu, according to preliminary estimates by Maritime and Port Authority…
Just as the dogs line up at the pound’s kennel fence barking “Pick Me, Pick Me” with the anxiety of salvation, the container ports around the globe are jostling fiercely…
Shanghai, the world's busiest container port, handled a higher number of boxes in July both year-on-year and month-on-month.
Brazil's government is expecting BRL3bn ($1.3bn) in new investments from the leasing of facilities at its ports in the states of Para and Santos, Sao Paulo, according to government officials.
Five Yemeni soldiers and one guard, guarding the Balhaf LNG terminal in the Shabwa province of Yemen, were killed yesterday by suspected Al-Qaeda militants.
A third terminal for exports of LNG out of the US Gulf is now closer to reality. The US Department of Energy (DOE) gave an initial okay to gas exports…
PSA International’s Panama container terminal is getting additional land for expansion.
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