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Mediterranean Union inspired infrastructure finance fund, Inframed, has secured its first acquisition with the purchase of a 20% in the Turkish port of Iskenderun.

Spanish wind turbine power Gamesa today said it had signed a preliminary contract with the Port of Leith near Edinburgh for a €150 million ($197.9 million) investment to build two new offshore wind manufacturing plants on the site.

23/03/2012 APM Terminals has won a 33-year concession to build and operate a box terminal at Moin, Costa Rica.

India must deregulate its Tariff Authority for Major Ports (TAMP) in order to curtails delays to investments today urged Luxman Radhakrishnan, Chairman of India’s Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust (JNPT).

South Africa's Transnet has officially opened the deep water Port of Ngqura near Port Elizabeth in the Eastern Cape at a cost of more than ZAR 10bn ($1.3bn).

Colombia's Sociedad Portuaria de Bocas de Ceniza expects to begin work on a new deep water port near Barranquilla at the mouth of the Magdalena River this year.

Australia's Centrex Metals is to form a joint venture with Wugang Australian Resources Investment (WARI), a subsidiary of China's Wuhan Iron and Steel, to design, build and operate Port Spencer on South Australia's Eyre Peninsula. 

Close to $1bn in finance in the form of tax-free bonds has been made available for infrastructure upgrades at ports, India's Finance Minister, Pranab Mukherjee said on Friday during his presentation of the annual budget.

Thursday, 15 March 2012

ICTSI to buy PICT stake

International Container Terminal Services Inc (ICTSI) has announced plans to acquire a stake of between 35% and 55% in the Pakistan International Container Terminal (PICT).

DP World is reportedly looking to expand its presence in India through the operation of terminals within the country's minor ports.


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