- THE PORT OF TRIPOLI WAS STRUCK BY PROJECTILES
- DP WORLD RETURNS TO PRIVATE OWNERSHIP
- DUBLIN PORT REPORTS STRONG GROWTH IN EU TRADE VOLUMES
- PORT OF MILWAUKEE ROADS FLOODED
- APM TERMINALS ROTTERDAM TO BE SOLD TO HUTCHISON PORTS
- BLACK SEA SECURITY IS TOPIC OF NATO’S VISIT TO UKRAINE
- GREECE APPROVED PIRAEUS PORT DEVELOPMENT PROJECT
- CARNIVAL CORPORATION BUILDS FIRST CRUISE TERMINAL IN JAPAN
- OCEAN NETWORK EXPRESS AIMS TO REDUCE WAITING TIME WITH PRONTO
- ITALIAN LNG IMPORT TERMINAL SELLS ALL CAPACITY FOR 2019/2020
- LIEBHERR HAS ANNOUNCED THEIR NEW SUBSIDIARY IN HAMBURG PORT
- THE PORT OF ESBJERG IS EXPANDING ITS CRANE CAPACITY WITH THE LIEBHERR LHM 800
The port of Tripoli was struck by projectilesFuel vessels have been evacuated urgently from Tripoli port and all offloading operations were canceled after projectiles struck a warehouse in the port.
Dublin Port reports strong growth in EU trade volumesDublin Port Company has today reported full year trading figures for 2019.
APM Terminals Rotterdam to be sold to Hutchison PortsThe conventional, straddle carrier-direct 2.5M TEU terminal will be acquired by Hutchison.
Greece approved Piraeus Port Development ProjectGreece’s Port Planning and Development Committee last week came together and approved a 611.8-million-euro investment plan for the modernization of Piraeus Port.
Carnival Corporation builds first cruise terminal in JapanThe facility at the port of Sasebo is supposed to open during summer 2020.
Ocean Network Express aims to reduce waiting time with ProntoContainer shipping company Ocean Network Express has established in 2018 from the merger between the former Japanese shipping companies K-Line, NYK Line and MOL
Italian LNG import terminal sells all capacity for 2019/2020Italy’s Offshore LNG Toscana (OLT) has announced that Italy will operate at 100% capacity during the gas year 2019-2020, handling 6.3M m3 of LNG.
The Port of Esbjerg is expanding its crane capacity with the Liebherr LHM 800The Port of Esbjerg is planned to have a wider cranecapacity with the world's largest mobile harbour crane.
Turkish export by sea increasesAccording to TUIK (Turkish Statistical Institute) data, Turkey has increased its exports and a large portion of these exports was realized by sea. Exports by sea vessels reached 45.8 billion dollars in 5 months and imports reached 46.5 billion dollars.
South Korea boosts handling capacity at 12 domestic ports over the next two decadesThe South Korean government has made a plan to invest of total of KRW41.8 trillion ($35bn) for the development of 12 ports across the country by 2040.
Containerships has completed its first LNG bunkering on the Port of RotterdamContainerships successfully carried out SIMOPS bunkering on its LNG-powered CONTAINERSHIPS NORD vessel in the Port of Rotterdam.
Getting ready for peak seasonRostock (Germany), October 2017 – One of the major container terminal in Chile and Latin America opts for maritime Liebherr cargo handling solutions.