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Port & Logistics

A number of shipping lines have announced new services or the expansion of existing ones, linking Asia and the west and east coasts of South America, with post-panamax vessels.
Hong Kong's April container throughput predictably fell 12.2% from the year before to 1.7m teu, as the full effects of the more than month-long port workers strike kicked in. Month-on-month…
Tideworks Technology, a provider of terminal management and planning software solutions, has announced that California’s Port of Stockton will deploy Tideworks Technology’s terminal operating system (TOS) to manage its container-on-barge…
The Multimodal exhibition held in Birmingham recently provided the usual heady mix of gossip and giveaways at the UK’s NEC, with ports, shipping lines, logistics operators and others jostling for…
Bob Goldfield, ceo and overseer of the Dover Harbour Board’s (DHB) highly controversial privatisation plan, is resigning after 11 years in his post.
Braemar Shipping Services announced a 5% drop in profit year on year to £9.3m ($14.2m) despite revenues rising 7.7% to £143.8m in its results for the year ending 28 February…
Hong Kong-headquartered Wallem has opened two new offices in South Africa to provide ship agency and logistics services for all ports in the country.
Infrastructure developments at Pelabuhan Indonesia III's (Pelindo III) key East Java ports are continuing apace with the announcement of a plan this year to build a IDR2.5trn ($257m) automated container…
Glencore Xstrata has dropped plans for a coal export terminal at Balaclava Island in Queensland, Australia.
Malaysia-based MMC Corp has earmarked MYR2.02bn ($676.83m) to upgrade its ports in Johor in a bid to attract more shipping companies and to stay competitive.
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