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Apr
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Saudi Ports Authority to support shipping lines with storage fee exemptions

The Saudi Ports Authority, Mawani, announced an initiative to support international shipping lines stranded at the south end of the […] Read More
16
Apr
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Egypt to hold Ever Given, its crew until $916M claim is paid

The giant containership Ever Given, which hit the headlines after getting stuck in the Suez Canal last month, has been […] Read More
16
Apr
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Is the Arctic an alternative to the Suez Canal?

A lack of infrastructure and continued opposition on environmental grounds mean the Arctic is unlikely to see commercial shipping in […] Read More
16
Apr
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Why is the Suez Canal so important?

The grounding of the 20,000 TEU container vessel the Ever Green in the Suez Canal has emphasised how important container shipping is to global […] Read More
16
Apr
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Calls for scheduling overhaul as vessels turn their back on Suez Canal

Tight schedules and an ever-increasing demand for containerised trade could be a contributing factor behind the grounding of an Ultra Large […] Read More
16
Apr
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Piraeus retains largest Med port crown in 2020

According to port research initiative Port Economics, 5.437m teu were handled by Piraeus port during 2020, while 5.415m teu were […] Read More
16
Apr
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Port of Los Angeles perishable goods terminal completes $1 million upgrade

The Port of Los Angeles has completed a $1 million upgrade to its fruit handling terminal as part of efforts to expand […] Read More
16
Apr
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US port congestion continues to drive conversation

As the vessel congestion issues continue to plague the West Coast of the US, much discussion has been ongoing about […] Read More
16
Apr
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Global Ports Terminals handles first fully loaded train between Asia and Europe

Global Ports Terminals (Global Ports) has said two of its terminals have served the first train fully loaded with cargo from […] Read More