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Business flourishes as Angola revitalises historic railroad

In the heart of mineral rich southern Africa, mining companies have several options to get their cargo to port - traditionally they would look...

The Africa Integrated High Speed rail Network on track

The African Union‘s Development Agency has announced that the ambitious multibillion-dollar Africa Integrated High Speed rail Network is on track. Adama Deen, the head of infrastructure...

Egypt seeks to develop Africa through the Cairo-Cape Town road project

Egypt is set to to develop joint projects with African countries including a land road between Cairo and Cape Town. Egypt’s Minister of Transport Hisham Arafat confirmed...

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...

Mega port inaugurated in Saudi Arabia, expected to become the linking point of three...

The King Abdullah Port, the first-ever in Saudi Arabia developed, managed and operated by the private sector, was officially inaugurated by Prince Mohammed bin...

EU: Transport measures in case of Brexit without agreement

A package of temporary and limited measures is being introduced by the E.U. to ensure the basic connectivity of road freight and passenger transport...

Tanzania: Dry port’s plans are underway

Tanzania Ports Authority (TPA) said on Monday, Feb. 11, plans were underway to build a dry port in the east African nation’s northern tourist...

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...

Here are the 20 busiest ports on the planet

An estimated 90% of world trade is facilitated by maritime shipping, and as trade volumes continue to increase, the world’s busiest ports continue to...

Port development project in Angola

Toyota Tsusho Corporation (“Toyota Tsusho”) has signed a contract with the Ministry of Transports of the Republic of Angola for the comprehensive development of...