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Piraeus Port Authority signs Memorandum of Understanding with Guangzhou Chinese port

Another important strategic partnership was founded on September 12, with the signing of the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between Piraeus Port Authority (PPA) SA...

Iran, India, Afghanistan sign transit agreement

TEHRAN: Iran, India and Afghanistan inked an agreement here Tuesday on the transit of goods via Iran's southeastern port city of Chabahar, Tehran Times reported. The...

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...

Indian ports improve country’s World Bank ranking

As per the World Bank report 2019 on Ease of Doing Business, India has taken a huge leap of 23 ranks from 100 in...

The new “Silk Road” directs attention to freight trains

The China-Europe freight rail service network, a crucial part of the “Belt and Road Initiative”, has expanded rapidly, reaching 10,000 trips. Sunday's arrival of freight...

Belt and Road Initiative energizes Spanish ports

Looking out of the windows of his office near the Port of Valencia, Spain, Sun Kai can clearly see the huge "arms" of bridge...

Cambodia: Phnom Penh Port expansion set to boost Kingdom’s waterways shipping

The launch of the 2nd phase of the Phnom Penh Autonomous Port’s (PPAP) container terminal will boost the Kingdom’s waterway shipping through more trade...

Research: Quality of Container Shipping Service

The quality of services provided by the liner and container market has been poorer since 2016, according to the assessments importers, exporters and shippers...

Djibouti Inaugurates Africa’s Largest Free Trade Zone

Djibouti has launched the Djibouti International Free Trade Zones (DIFTZ), Africa’s biggest trade zone that will comprise a total investment of $3.5 billion and...

U.S. Port Infrastructure Construction on the Rise

Strange as it might seem, the threat of administration-imposed tariffs has not slowed investment in America’s ports. The extremely large megaships are coming through...