November 2018 issue
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AntwerpXL - exhibition and conference

Innovation, digitisation and lessons from the disruptors will top the conference agenda at antwerpxl

Australia’s Port Hedland iron ore shipments to China jump 14%

Iron ore shipments to China from Australia’s Port Hedland terminal rose 14 percent in December from a month earlier

APM Terminals takes a step toward Poti Port expansion

APM Terminals Poti and Poti New Terminals Consortium have submitted a conceptual design for the first stage construction permit of Poti Port expansion.

Liebherr crane lifts thriving port

Port of Sunderland has taken delivery of a brand new Liebherr LHM 420 - the second of the same kind the port now owns - which will transform its handling capabilities, opening up a new market on the River Wear waters.

PIBT achieves milestone in cargo handling

Pakistan International Bulk Terminals Limited (PIBTL) has achieved a milestone in cargo handling by efficiently unloading first ever petcoke coal vessel at PIBT Terminal in just around 17 hours

Record year for Port of Antwerp

2018 looks set to be a record year for the Port of Antwerp for the sixth time in a row, with growth in all types of cargo and a recent wave of investments.

Belfast Harbour Invests £3m to ‘Grab’ World’s Largest Crane

The Mantsinen 300M Hydraulic Crane will be the largest in UK & Ireland

Coaltrans Conferenes 2019

Being in the right place, at the right time can lead you to making better deals!

No grain in the rain for Vancouver exports

As Canadian grain companies spend millions to upgrade and build new export terminals in Vancouver, a new problem is threatening to cause transportation bottlenecks at the nation’s largest port.

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