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PSA International (“PSA”) has invested in China United International Rail Containers Co., Limited (“CUIRC”), a Sino-Foreign joint venture with a mandate from the government of the People’s Republic of China to develop and operate 18 railway container terminals within the country.

Four prequalified port operators to bid on the development of the waterway's next major infrastructure project

London, UK, 6 October 2016 - The last three months have been some of the worst the multipurpose and project carrier sector has endured in living memory. The breakbulk and project cargo sector remain weak, with little suggestion that volumes will improve significantly until the end of 2017, according to the latest Multipurpose Shipping Market Review and Forecaster report published by global shipping consultancy Drewry.

To develop the world’s first set of harmonised LNG bunkering standards, a network comprising Antwerp, Rotterdam, Singapore and Zeebrugge, subsequently expanded to include Jacksonville and Norway, was formed.

Port of Kalundborg is taking a decisive step toward its vision of growth through a €26 million port expansion. The largest deep-sea port and hub for container transports and industry in the Greater Copenhagen-area is about to see the light of day.

Sharjah-UAE: 03 October, 2016: Gulftainer (GT) USA, operators of Canaveral Cargo Terminal in Florida, and part of the UAE’s Gulftainer Group, has expanded its supply chain capabilities to serve shipping lines, along with domestic customers, with the addition of more than 40,000 square feet of covered storage now available at the Marlin Street Warehouse at Port Canaveral.

dpworldMr. Bin Sulayem: Efforts to enable global trade align with Dubai’s vision to develop global economy

Planning permission has been granted for a new 24 hour HGV refuelling facility at the Port of Liverpool, thanks to a partnership between Certas Energy and Peel Ports Group.  

A third of EU spending on facilities such as quays, docks and breakwaters at EU seaports between 2000 and 2013 was ineffective and unsustainable, according to a new report from the European Court of Auditors. One euro in three spent on the projects examined (€194 million) went on projects which duplicated existing facilities nearby. €97 million was invested in infrastructure which was either unused or heavily underused for more than three years after completion.


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