Port & Logistics

As the severe dry season continues the Panama Canal authorities announced on Thursday it will reduce the draught in the neo-panamax locks for a fourth time effective 29 March.
As LNG as a marine fuel continues to gain traction Mitsui OSK Lines (MOL) has taken delivery of its first LNG-powered tugboat Ishin.
The first conversion of a dredger to LNG dual-fuel by a European shipyard has been launched at Damen Shiprepair Dunkerque.
Leading government authorities such as Saudi Customs and Saudi Ports Authority (Mawani), as well as major companies such as Bahri and Saudi Aramco Marine Department, which play a key role…
DP World’s new deepwater terminal being built at Posorja, Ecuador has purchased a new fleet of Kalmar mobile equipment.
There aren’t many things that both sides of the US political spectrum can agree on but the need to invest in domestic infrastructure one appear to be one of them.
China’s fast growing Ningbo-Zhoushan port is expanding its Chuanshan port area to further increase container handling capacity.
Puerto Coronel received this two new 23-row-cranes on Monday which it recently acquired to reinforce its infrastructure.
Rizhao port of Shandong province is to build an additional 300,000 tonnes class (VLCC) crude oil terminal to further improve its crude oil transportation service.
The UAE port of Fujairah has made 0.5% low sulphur bunker fuel available this month, well ahead of the IMO 2020 global fuel sulphur cap.
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