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India’s largest container hub the Jawaharlal Nehru Port (JNPT) has been decreed a special economic zone (SEZ) by the Prime Minister Narendra Modi in a bid to attract investments of order tramadol without prescription at least R$4,000 crore ($657 million).

DP World convenes panel on PPPs in Somalia

Egypt wants to dig a new Suez Canal

Nouakchott inaugurates capacity-doubling extension

Ghana will build third port

Chinese company to start building new Kenyan port

APM Terminals has completed a deal to sell its state-of-the-art container terminal in Portsmouth, Virginia to a consortium of investors. U.S. legal firm Morgan Lewis  advised on the deal which closed on 22 August for an undisclosed sum.

DP World acquires 66% share in Trilogiport container terminal

Bunge plans port terminal on Australia's east coast

SIPG to sell 20% stake in Shanghai Mingdong terminal

Khorfakkan welcomes first cargo from enhanced AEX7/AEC8 service

Carnival to invest $70 million in new cruise port in Haiti

The Port Metro Vancouver authority has approved a 4million tonne coal export terminal for the west coast port at Fraser Surrey Docks (FSD). The terminal is set to link for you begin operations in the third quarter of 2015 and is expected to cost $15 million.

Construction starts on Aqaba LNG jetty

First pile driven at petroleum jetty in Sierra Leone

Mitsubishi establishes diesel import terminal in South Australia

Containers and liquid bulk push Antwerp volumes up 2.7% in H1

Antwerp “extremely pleased” with ExxonMobil’s $1bn investment

The Port of Shanghai has been ranked as the largest container port in the world by trade publication The Journal of Commerce (JOC). Shanghai remains in the top spot for the fourth year in a row, followed by Singapore in second place, Shezchen in third and Hong-Kong which falls one place to fourth.

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“Asia is king among global container ports, even if stalwarts such as Hong Kong, which slipped to fourth place last year in part because of a 40-day dockworker strike at five terminals, have retreated a bit,” according to the JOC report.

The Middle East’s Jebel Ali port in Dubai ranked 9th, while Europe’s largest port, Rotterdam, once the world’s largest, came in at only 11th. JOC notes that construction of a “new APM terminal at Maasvlakte 2”, which is viagra wholesale due to be completed towards the end of 2014, has the opportunity to increase throughput significantly at Rotterdam.

Growth powered by exports

The 26 Asian ports identified in the report delivered net growth of  4.2% year-on-year, and accounted for a record market share of www.copclm.com 70.5% of the 421.3 million TEUs of cargo handled by the top 50 ports in 2013.

Asian exports were one of the key drivers of sustained investment in the Asian ports sector. Europe accounted for 13.5% market share while the Americas delivered 8.5% and  the Middle East and viagra germany Africa produced 7.5% market share.

HHLA profit drops in H1

Iranian minister: “In all ports, there are opportunities for foreign investors”

Savannah achieves highest month ever for container cargo

Marseilles and Tangier team up

Pelindo II refuses to shop for viagra cheap cancel HPH contract extension

German equipment firm Terex Port Solutions has delivered a Gottwald ‘G HSK 3432’  portal harbour crane to the Russian port of Vladivostok.

The Gottwald Model 3 crane is fitted with its own on-board diesel generator as well as being able to access external power supply, providing greater energy efficiency.

“Until three years ago, customers worldwide only ordered Models 6, 7 and 8 portal harbour cranes from our large crane family. We have since delivered a number of Model 4 with a portal-type design,” Jan Lind, Regional sales manager for Terex Gottwald harbour cranes said. “With the crane for Vladivostok, we have now opened a new chapter in the success story of the portal harbour crane.”

The crane has a lifting capacity of 79 tonnes and a radius of 46m and is the fourth Terex crane to arrive in Vladivostok and the twelfth in Russia.

Port of Rotterdam and Bayernhafen launch intermodal container research

Kalmar straddlers for Durban terminal

APMT buys ZPMC cranes for Izmir terminal

Mobile port made in Russia

New Michelin tyre for straddle carriers

The Port of Antwerp wants to enable barges to fill up with LNG (liquefied natural gas) at a permanent bunkering station in its premises by the beginning of 2016.

Portsmouth prepares for LNG bunkering

Haiphong orders additional electric RTGs

Santos: the cost of good choice fog

Shanghai to get LA advice on shore power

Record freight traffic at Dover

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