- PORT OF ALGECIRAS RECEIVES THE ESPO AWARD 2020
- PORT OF SAN DIEGO WORKS ON ITS ENVIRONMENTAL STRATEGY
- PORT OF LOS ANGELES SETS RECORD, HANDLING 980,000 TEU IN A MONTH
- SOUTH KOREA TO DEVELOP "PORT-THROUGH" VIRUS TEST IN PORT OF BUSAN
- GOTHENBURG PORT WORKS TO CUT CARBON EMISSIONS
- PORT OF AMSTERDAM FACILITATES DEGASSING TESTS FOR BARGES
- SHANGAI BECOMES THE FIRST PORT TO HANDLE MORE THAN 4M TEU IN A MONTH
- ANTWERP PORT REPLACES THE EXISTING SYSTEM OF PIN CODES
- SK TELECOM TO DEVELOP 5G-BASED SMART PORT IN BUSAN
- ROTTERDAM PORT AUTHORITY SUPPORTS THE FIGHT AGAINST PLASTIC POLLUTION
- LOS ANGELES PORT STARTS ONLINE PERMIT PROCESS
- GLOBAL PORTS TO INTRODUCE ITS TANK CONTAINER REPAIRS SERVICE AT YANINO
Port of Algeciras receives the ESPO Award 2020In recognition of its active strategy to attract creativity and local start-ups, the Port of Algeciras was awarded the 2020 ESPO Prize.
Port of Los Angeles sets record, handling 980,000 TEU in a monthIn October, the Port of Los Angeles experienced an enormous cargo surge, handling 980,000 TEUs in four weeks. It was the busiest month in the history of the harbour, up 27% year-on-year.
Gothenburg Port works to cut carbon emissionsBy encouraging the use of greener construction equipment and methods in future construction projects, the Gothenburg Port Authority aims to reduce carbon emissions at the port.
Shangai becomes the first port to handle more than 4M TEU in a monthShanghai has broken its own monthly container handling record, becoming the world's first port to handle over 4 million TEUs in a calendar month.
Antwerp Port replaces the existing system of PIN codesThe "Certified Pick up" automated, safe and integrated solution will soon replace the current system of PIN codes for the release of containers at the port of Antwerp.
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.
Rotterdam Port Authority supports the fight against plastic pollutionAllard Castelein, CEO of the Port of Rotterdam Authority, signed the Operation Clean Sweep ® Pledge during a digital meeting with PlasticsEurope Netherlands, a plastics manufacturing industry group.
Global Ports to introduce its tank container repairs service at YaninoGlobal Ports, in collaboration with the CJSC Marine Cargo Bureau, will launch a tank container repair service at Yanino Logistics Park on 1 November 2020.
Port of Tarragona plans to reopen for upcoming cruise seasonsThe government's ban on cruise ships at Spanish ports has resulted in the near complete cessation of the port of Tarragona.
Greece receives five bids for Kavala Port TerminalFive non-binding bids have been received by Greece to run part of the port in the northern town of Kavala.
Port of Halifax becomes fully operationalThe enlarged Port of Halifax South End Container Terminal is now complete and fully operational, having received its first vessel, Zim Tarragona.
Copenhagen Malmö Port joins Copenhagen’s CO2 capture projectA CO2 capture facility is projected to reduce emissions by 500,000 tonnes of CO2 annually from the Amager Resource Center (ARC) and will thus greatly contribute to Copenhagen's target of being the world's first carbon-neutral capital by 2025.