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Jacksonville Begins Work on Harbour Deepening Project

After a decade of study, independent review, public input and full regulatory approval, contractors for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers began the Jacksonville...

Port of Barcelona Achieves 26% Surge in Volume

The Port of Barcelona recorded a 26 per cent rise in total traffic during 2017, marking its best results yet in the main traffic...

Port of Houston Achieves Record-Setting Year

Port Houston business has grown consistently and solidly across all business lines, including achieving record-breaking performances and milestones in 2017. Highlights of the record-setting...

Port of Rotterdam and IBM to Digitise Operations with IoT

The Port of Rotterdam Authority and IBM announced their collaboration on a multi-year digitisation initiative to transform the port’s operational environment using Internet of...

PhilaPort to Make Room for Bigger Cargo Ships

As the Port’s USD 392 million Main Channel Deepening Project approaches 100% completion, cargo volumes in The Port of Philadelphia are surging. In 2017, container...

Maputo Prepares to Receive Bigger Vessels in the Second Half of 2018

The volume handled by the Port of Maputo has grown 22% in 2017, with 18.2 million tonnes of cargo handled last year against 14.9...

Nigerian Union to Shut Down Ports if Government Does Not Improve Conditions

Nigeria's longshore union is threatening to shut down the nation's seaports if the government does not remove abandoned trucks and fill in potholes on the...

Blue Atlantic Announces New Panamax Terminal

Blue Atlantic of Portugal is aiming to offer one of the most efficient cargo transport routes in out out of Europe with plans for...

Port of Amsterdam and Titan LNG Sign Long-term Rental Agreement

Port of Amsterdam and Titan LNG have signed a long-term contract for the “home” location of Titan’s bunkering pontoon: the FlexFueler001. This pontoon will...

World’s First Electric Container Barges to Sail from European Ports

The world’s first fully electric, emission-free and potentially crewless container barges are to operate from the ports of Antwerp, Amsterdam, and Rotterdam from this...