Port & Logistics

Malaysia's Port Klang may build its third terminal in the next five to six years to accommodate increasing demand, Port Klang Authority (PKA) chairman Teh Kim Poo was quoted as…
The much anticipated Westports Malaysia initial public offering (IPO) which seemed to have gone off the boil a bit since news first broke last year, is on track, local reports…
The Colombian port of Santa Marta became the world’s first port outside Europe to receive the label Ecoport, certified by Lloyd’s Register and awarded by the European Foundation ECO SLC.
The port of Rotterdam has become the first in Europe to officially offer LNG bunkering for inland shipping vessels.
Even though the start of operation of the expanded Panama Canal is two years away, canal officials say they are studying the construction of a fourth set of new locks,…
Lampung's Tanggamus regency administration has commenced building the first phase of the Maritime Industrial Zone (KIM) project, slated to become one of the biggest maritime industrial areas in Southeast Asia,…
Colombia is eyeing becoming a gateway to Latin America on the back of 5.7% annual growth in shipping over the last decade.
Odfjell Terminals has penned an agreement to enter into a joint venture with Chinese technology conglomerate Founder Group to develop a petrochemical tank terminal in Quanzhou, Fujian province in China.
DP World has opened the extension of its flagship Jebel Ali terminal with the arrival of 14,000 teu boxship MSC La Spezia.
The chairman of the Hong Kong-based Chinese firm that won a concession to design, build and manage a canal in Nicaragua to match the Panama Canal revealed to local media…
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