Busan Port awarded with the title of "Best Practice in Port Digitalization"A study to be released by the World Bank and the International Association of Ports and Harbors (IAPH) on January 21, involves Busan Port's progress of a Chain Portal.
Busan Port expand logistics connection between Busan and IndonesiaThe Busan Port Authority announced that in order to expand the logistics connection between Busan and Indonesia and promote the competitiveness of Korean companies doing business there.
Busan Port aims to become a regional hub city for air mobilityThe southern port city of Busan in South Korea aims to become a regional hub for the development of a dedicated urban air mobility ecosystem using its maritime climate and logistics infrastructure.
SK Telecom to develop 5G-based smart port in BusanSouth Korean operator SK Telecom has entered into an agreement to develop 5G-based smart ports with the Ministry of Oceans and Fisheries and the Busan Port Terminal.
HMM opened its land-based Fleet Control Centre in BusanHMM has opened its land-based Fleet Control Centre at the HMM R&D facility in Busan.
Busan Port Authority enhances protection due to COVID-19On 3 August, Busan Port Authority reported that it is responding thoroughly to the COVID-19 crisis by enhancing the process of disinfection at Gamcheon Port and also reminding international crew of prevention methods.
Retired maritime training ship leaves Busan for its new missionThe retired naval training ship Hannara, used by the Korea Maritime and Ocean University, left Busan's South Korean port on Tuesday to complete its new mission.
South Korea closes Busan beaches due to spiking virus casesSouth Korea said it planned on Thursday to close Haeundae Beach and other beaches in Busan 's southeastern port city due to the increasing number of new cases of coronavirus transmitted locally.
South Korea carries out national sulphur emission control areaThe Republic of Korea is the latest country to declare the establishment of national sulfur emission control areas to take effect on 1 September 2020, BIMCO stated in its report.
South Korea to conduct COVID-19 tests on all arrivals at local portsSouth Korea will be conducting COVID-19 tests on all people who disembark vessels arriving at local ports under enhanced port regulations.