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Pakistan: Gwadar Port starts marble exporting business

Various Lorries fully loaded with marble arrived at Gwadar Port on August 5, 2018, showing Gwadar Port starts marble exporting business. This is a very...

A new era of competitiveness for Aqaba

The Aqaba Container Terminal (ACT) in Jordan is making strong progress in its transformation into a transport and logistics hub for the Levant region....

Long Beach Container Terminal: Middle Harbor Final Phase on Track

Final 112 acres of greenest terminal under construction The third and final phase of the Middle Harbor Terminal Redevelopment Project is underway and on track...

Indian shipping modernisation threatens Sri Lankan transhipment volumes

The modernisation of Indian ports and liberalisation of regulations could threaten the container transhipment business of Sri Lanka’s Colombo port, according to speakers at...

Rail is becoming more and more popular as a transport option for freight between...

Despite some congestion in Kazakhstan these past few months, rail is becoming more and more popular as a transport option for freight between China...

La Spezia Terminal to enjoy AI benefits

The famous Carrara marbles travel overseas through this port Contship La Spezia Terminal is first in the world to adopt AI to increase performance of...

Kenya to Revive National Shipping Line in Partnership With MSC

Kenya plans to revive a state-owned shipping line with the help of the Mediterranean Shipping Co., President Uhuru Kenyatta said. The Kenya National Shipping Line,...

Rail infrastructure for all Nigeria ports

President Muhammadu Buhari on Monday, September 17 2018, gave a directive for the provision of rail infrastructure at all the ports in the country...

Canada-EU deal boosts Montreal’s container volume

The free trade deal between Canada and the European Union has boosted container shipping and prompted a hiring spree at the docks, Montreal port...

Is the E.U. capable to overcome the remits of custom formalities in ports?

ECSA and the World Shipping Council (WSC) welcome the adoption of a general approach on a proposal to bring together all reporting formalities associated...