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Port & Logistics

Dutch company Vopak and Swedish gas firm Swedegas are to establish a new LNG terminal at the Port of Gothenburg, supplying LNG to both shipping and industry.
The Port of Rotterdam has selected an oil industry veteran,  Allard Castelein, currently vice president of Royal Dutch Shell’s environment division as its new ceo. Castelein will replace outgoing ceo Hans Smits.
Penang port is the subject of a proposal to implement a ro-ro vessel project to boost regional trade.
A North Korean ship carrying "suspected missile sophisticated equipment" was held at the port of Cristobal, in Panama.
Cargotec subsidiary MacGregor is to acquire Germany’s Hatlapa Group, in an agreement worth $209m.
APL, ANL and Hanjin Shipping are to form a joint weekly service calling at ports throughout Asia, Australia and New Zealand.
Maersk Line’s first Triple-E container ship the Maersk McKinney Moller made its maiden call at Busan port on Monday.
The Chilean port of Valparaíso is expected to double in capacity by 2017, following a $350m investment from Spanish company OHL Concesiones.
Transportation is intertwined with energy and patterns of consumption and trade are dynamic, with early July offering two vivid examples: the Canadian oil train tragedy and plans for a floating…
Keppel Logistics has taken a 60% stake in a port operating and development company in the river port of Foshan, China.
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