Industry Sectors:Port & Logistics

Port & Logistics

Following the Petya cyber-attack that hit Maersk Line on 27 June the company is unable to accept new bookings, while alliance partner MSC is offering its assistance.
The Indonesian government plans to cut dwell time at the country's ports to less than two days from the current 2.9 days in the fourth quarter of this year and…
AP Moller – Maersk says it has “contained” the cyber-attack on its IT systems that has hit both Maersk Line and APM Terminals globally.
The operations container terminals around the world operated by APM Terminals, a unit of AP Moller-Maersk Group, have been affected following a ransomware attack on the Danish shipping giant, reports…
Belgium’s Antwerp port has engaged technology firm T-Mining to work on a pilot project using blockchain technology to make container handling at the port more efficient and secure.
Four South Korean ports have pledged to introduce shoreside power supply systems for ships at berth in an effort to mitigate air pollution, reports said.
AP Moller Maersk is among the companies hit by a massive global cyber attack.
Konecranes has received its first order for auto-guided vehicles (AGVs) powered with lithium-ion (Li-ion) batteries.
Aegean Marine Petroleum Network Inc is set to enhance its presence in the US East Coast with a new service centre in Savannah, Georgia, the third largest container port in…
Honouring and recognising outstanding companies and individuals in the maritime industry, winners of the 10th Seatrade Maritime Awards Asia were announced on 23 June 2017 in Hong Kong.
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