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The Port of Hull has recently celebrated a milestone, completing the largest shipment of wood pellets ever handled at ABP’s Dry Bulks Terminal.
Peel Ports has received the ‘freight and logistics’ category prize at the Mersey Maritime Industry Awards in Liverpool.
Ports in Poland are experiencing something of a renaissance, in part, driven by significant European Union (EU) funding, which aims to bring them up to the same level as ports in north-western Europe.
More ports around the world are banning ships from using a fuel cleaning system that pumps waste water into the sea, one of the cheapest options for meeting new environmental shipping rules.
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iSAM has developed and implemented a scalable load controller, which offers an optimized equipment utilization and maximum of comfort to the operator, when tracking and controlling complex blending orders in today's busy bulk export and import terminals.
Video: Brexit Programme Manager Mark Dijk discusses Brexit’s possible implications for the Port of Rotterdam and which measures are being taken in anticipation.
Last year, eleven British firms set up in Rotterdam in anticipation of Brexit. They represent nearly a third of the international firms that established a location in the port city last year, according to Rotterdam Partners.
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This week ABP has announced that Martin Bardle, formerly the company’s Head of Compliance, has stepped into an operational position and taken up the helm at Immingham’s Humber International Terminal.
Global port volume will continue to grow over the next decade but at a slower pace than it has done since 2007 due to the US-China trade war and key industrial trends, according to credit ratings agency Fitch.
In-depth report from Martin Engineering tackling the issues of dust control at Port of Santos, São Paulo, Brazil
Moody’s Investors Service upgraded the 20-year $450 million Senior Unsecured Bonds issued by the Panama Canal Authority (ACP) to A1 from A2, with a stable outlook.
Grindrod released its final results for the year ended 31 December 2018. Renewed focus on Freight Services, following Shipping’s spin-off in June 2018, has yielded positive results.
Peel Ports London Medway has increased the capacity of its warehousing facilities at the Port of Sheerness through an extensive reconfiguration programme.
INTERCARGO held its Executive and Technical Committee meetings in Hong Kong on 4 and 5 March 2019, along with the Dinner Reception on the first day for Members and Guests.
The Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government has today announced details of a new £1.6bn Stronger Towns Fund to ‘boost growth’ in deprived regions after Brexit.
Resilience planning is under way and UK ports have been working constructively with the Government to explore ways to mitigate the possible cross border issues that might arise
Representatives of the Belarusian Ministry of Forestry have visited the Port of Riga to discuss ways of enhancing the export of the country’s timber through the Baltic port.
China’s metallurgical coal buyers remained largely unfazed as more details emerged of port restrictions tightening on cargoes arriving from main supplier Australia, market sources said.
Coal mines as well as export and import terminals typically have extreme levels of equipment utilization. At most locations, the equipment is utilized 24/7 and waiting times create a considerable impact on the profit margin.