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Rio 2017

21 – 22 June 2017,
Rio de Janeiro

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ADM do Brasil has completed its $85 million expansion plan at the port of Santos and so now holds one of the biggest grain terminals in South America, capable of handling around 8 million metric tonnes of grain per annum, up 33% from the previous capacity of 6 million mt per year.

Hyundai Merchant Marine Co. (HMM) said Thursday that it will purchase a port terminal in Spain for 117.6 billion won (US$104.1 million).

Dutch dredging giant Royal Boskalis Westminster and its Belgium based counterpart Jan De Nul have signed a joint venture contract valued at some €250m with the Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust in India.

$442 million project to develop Port of Berbera underway

Wednesday, 10 May 2017

Japan pitches for Chabahar port

Japan is keen on collaborating with India on projects in Asia and Africa as a counter to China's Belt and Road initiative (B&RI), Tokyo's Ambassador to New Delhi said here, indicating Japan's nod for Australia's bid to join a quadrilateral for military exercises with India and the U.S..

The largest-capacity container ship ever to service the East Coast docked Monday at the Port of Virginia's International Gateway terminal.

DP World and National Investment and Infrastructure Fund (NIIF) to back future infrastructure projects

Maersk Line will acquire Hamburg Süd for a total of €3.7bn (US$4bn) on a cash and debt-free basis.

To the relief of the port and shipping community the General Strike in Brazil last Friday did not affect the port sector as much as trade unions had threatened it would but it still caused some problems and delays. Potential investors in the Brazilian port system will see some positives in that adherence to the port strikes, and indeed the General Strike, was not high and that President Michel Temer is not stepping down from his labour reforms and privatisation programmes.

Today Royal Vopak announces that it will expand its wholly-owned terminal in Alemoa, which is located in Brazil's Port of Santos, Latin America's largest port.

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