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Israel Opens New Chinese-Operated Port Israel Opens New Chinese-Operated Port
Ningbo-Zhoushan terminal closed for sixth consecutive day Ningbo-Zhoushan terminal closed for sixth consecutive day
Belgium Expands Vaccination Campaign to All Seafarers Belgium Expands Vaccination Campaign to All Seafarers
Port of Savannah Moves Over 5 Million TEU in FY2021 Port of Savannah Moves Over 5 Million TEU in FY2021
Grain Trains To Canada's Port Of Vancouver Recover As Wildfires Rage Grain Trains To Canada’s Port Of Vancouver Recover As Wildfires Rage
Turku Ferry Terminal project receives City council's nod Turku Ferry Terminal project receives City council’s nod
DP World Expands Yet Again With Purchase of Logistics Firm Syncreon DP World Expands Yet Again With Purchase of Logistics Firm Syncreon
New exclusive cruise terminal arriving at the port of Barcelona New exclusive cruise terminal arriving at the port of Barcelona
PLC Caspiy establishing port in Astrakhan region PLC Caspiy establishing port in Astrakhan region
Historical heroin seizure at Romanian Port of Constanta Historical heroin seizure at Romanian Port of Constanta
Crew Change Crisis 2.0 – Singapore Bans South Asian Seafarers Crew Change Crisis 2.0 – Singapore Bans South Asian Seafarers
CMA CGM Wants To Rebuild Beirut's Port CMA CGM Wants To Rebuild Beirut’s Port
Fujairah Terminals and Al Mayya ink livestock handling agreement Fujairah Terminals and Al Mayya ink livestock handling agreement
The hull of the new Seabourn Venture sails from Porto Nogaro to Genoa The hull of the new Seabourn Venture sails from Porto Nogaro to Genoa
Japan Waives Port Fees for LNG and Hydrogen Ships to Reduce Emissions Japan Waives Port Fees for LNG and Hydrogen Ships to Reduce Emissions
DSME develops Korea's first rotor sail system DSME develops Korea’s first rotor sail system
DP World UAE digitisises customer transactions as part of smart trade project DP World UAE digitisises customer transactions as part of smart trade project
America's Largest Port Starts COVID-19 Vaccinations America’s Largest Port Starts COVID-19 Vaccinations
Stranded Syrian Seafarers Given Nod to Sell Ship at Mombasa Port Stranded Syrian Seafarers Given Nod to Sell Ship at Mombasa Port
DP World inks 20-year concession for Luanda terminal DP World inks 20-year concession for Luanda terminal
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China opens up 10 ports for foreign crew changes

China has opened up 10 ports for foreign crew changes as the country eases entry restrictions for foreign nationals.

Global unity needed to recover from crisis

A group of major Middle East supply chain stakeholders have called upon the maritime industry to collaborate and explore detailed solutions as the region looks to recover from the worst effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.

UAE Freighter Docks in Israel's Haifa Port First Time Since Peace Deal Signed, Netanyahu Says

A cargo vessel from the United Arab Emirates has docked in Israel's largest international seaport of Haifa for the first time since the signing of the landmark peace agreement between the two countries in mid-September, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Monday.

Vale forming joint venture with Ningbo port

The West III Project will see the expansion of the Shulanghu Port facilities, developing a stockyard and loading berths with an additional 20m tonnes per year capacity.

Australian miners seek alternatives to Manila for crew as repeat Covid flare-ups hit Port Hedland

A second Filipino crewed bulk carrier in the space of just over a fortnight calling Port Hedland in Western Australia has arrived with multiple Covid-19 cases onboard, sparking calls from politicians and miners to avoid sourcing crew from Manila.

Developing Mega Container Port in Saudi Arabia

Efforts are proceeding to develop Saudi Arabia’s King Abdulaziz Port Dammam (KAPD) into a mega container terminal and regional hub for shipping.

Westports slapped with additional tax bill

Malaysian port operator Westports Holdings has been served, vis subsidiary Wesports Malaysia (WMSB), with a notice of additional assessment for additional tax liabilities from the Inland Revenue Board (IRB) of Malaysia.

DSME debuts 23,000 teu ammonia-powered ship design

South Korea’s Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (DSME) has received approval in principle from UK class society Lloyd’s Register for its 23,000 teu ammonia-fuelled containership design, with the yard planning to start selling the groundbreaking new vessel by 2025.

Georgia Ports Predicts Another Record Month for Container Volumes

The Georgia Ports Authority reported Monday that the Port of Savannah is on track to achieve a monthly record for September, following closely after the all-time record set last month.

Abu Dhabi Ports expands supply chain with MICCO acquisition

Abu Dhabi Ports has acquired MICCO Logistics as it continues to diversify its operations and enhance the emirate’s rank as an international hub for trade and logistics.

TEU traffic plummets across India

Container traffic at India’s biggest ports fell by 25?tween April and August as a direct result of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to data from the Indian Ports’ Association (IPA).

Panama Canal increases draught for neo-panamax locks

The Panama Canal Authority (ACP) has announced that starting 24 September, vessels will be able to transit with a 50-foot draught, the maximum offered by the neo-panamax locks, as a result of resource planning measures, efficient water uses and recent rai

American Home Shopping Boom Buoys Shipping Lines Across the Pacific

An online home shopping boom in the U.S. has sent transpacific sea freight rates to the highest on record, helping the container shipping industry in Asia.

Qatar’s Hamad Port Container Terminal 2 to start operations in December

Qatar’s Hamad Port Container Terminal 2 (CT2) is set to start container handling operations in December.

Port of Felixstowe battling heavy congestion

UK’s Port of Felixstowe is facing huge congestion amid a sharp spike in import container volumes and late vessel arrivals.

South African Development Agency Plans "Green" Ship Recycling Facility

South African officials have been contemplating a domestic ship recycling facility since at least 2011, and the idea is making a comeback.

FMC to investigate carriers’ runaway rates success

Following up on last week’s efforts by the Chinese Ministry of Transport to curb runaway spot rates, United States authorities have threatened to take carriers to court if they discover evidence of collusion in the container shipping industry’s highly profitable response to the global pandemic.

DP World Announces Agreements in Israel Under New Peace Deal

DP World and Dubai Customs signed a series of memorandums of understanding (MoUs) with an Israeli company called DoverTower, which has broad investments, including co-ownership of Israel Shipyards in Haifa and the Port of Eilat located on the Red Sea.

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