Port & Logistics

Panama City: The port of Rotterdam expansion – Maasvlakte 2- will be completed by the end of this year with terminals operational in mid-2014.
Cartagena : SC Line is launching a new service linking Houston, Venezuela and Colombia. Called Gulftrade it will provide bi-weekly connections between Houston, Texas, Cartagena, Colombia and Maracaibo, Venezuela.
Dubai: Etihad Rail, developer and operator of the UAE’s national railway network - has secured financing of $1.28bn (AED 4.7bn) for stage one of its railway project that could see…
Manila: Shipping activity in Singapore could expand two to three times by 2025 due to continual infrastructure investments and the city-state's growing importance as a trade corridor, according to a…
Athens: Hellenic Gas Transmission System Operator (DEFSA) has awarded class society Rina Group a contract for preliminary feasibility study and basic engineering design on a Greek LNG terminal at Revithoussa.
Hong Kong: CY Leung, chief executive of the HK Special Administrative Region (SAR) Government, launched a spirited defence of Hong Kong’s continuing maritime vocation during the official opening of the…
The Hague: Freight forwarder Damco has reported major growth over 2012, with an increase in net revenue of 19%, to $3272m from $2,752m in 2011.
Istanbul: APM Terminals and Turkey-based Petkim have entered into an agreement to build and operate Aegean Gateway Terminal under a 28-year concession deal with operations expected to start in 2015.
Singapore: The head of APL Logistics Jim McAdam, Neptune Orient Lines (NOL) only profitable business, is quitting.
Copenhagen: AP Moller - Maersk Group today announced a 2012 profit of $4bn, fuelled by adjustments to the profitability of Maersk Line.
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