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Premium Article  CSAL Adds Charleston-Africa Service

AJOT | June 26, 2011 | Breakbulk & Projects | International Trade | Liner Shipping | Ports & Terminals

Canada States Africa Line (CSAL) is adding Charleston to the port rotation for its bulk, breakbulk and roll-on/roll-off service between North America and southern Africa.

The regular foreign ports of call are Walvis Bay in Namibia, as well as Durban, Read More »

Premium Article  Commodities dominate PRC trade flows”

Robert L. Wallack | June 26, 2011 | International Trade | Ports & Terminals

In June, the Dragon Boat Festival is one of four annual traditional celebrations and public holidays in the People’s Republic of China (PRC) which also marks mid-year in the economic calendar. Agriculture products are an important part of the Dragon Boat Read More »

Premium Article  Central Gulf ports advance diverse infrastructure efforts

Paul Scott Abbott | June 26, 2011 | Ports & Terminals

Ports of the Central Gulf region are advancing a wide spectrum of infrastructure projects to facilitate efficient handling of growing volumes of breakbulk and bulk commodities, as well as, in some cases, more containerized cargo.

Investments, includin Read More »

Premium Article  Texas Gulf ports enhancing facilities for cargo-handling

Paul Scott Abbott | June 26, 2011 | Ports & Terminals

Development of enhanced facilities for handling bulk, breakbulk and project cargos, as well as containers, is continuing at Texas Gulf ports.

Texas ports are advancing new and/or expanded facilities for serving such sectors as petrochemicals, oil and Read More »

Premium Article  Florida’s Gulf Coast ports gearing up for more boxes

Paul Scott Abbott | June 26, 2011 | Ports & Terminals

With completion of Panama Canal expansion remaining on target for 2014, most of the ports along the Gulf Coast of Florida are busily gearing up to handle projected increases in containerized cargo activity.

Officials of these ports are quick to point Read More »

Premium Article  Transhipment becomes a major catch phrase in the Gulf ports

Paul Richardson | June 26, 2011 | Liner Shipping | Ports & Terminals

Towards the end of July, major container shipping line, Zim Integrated Shipping Services (ZISS) will launch a new service network product that effectively splits its flagship service, known since its inauguration back in the 90’s, as the Zim Container Ser Read More »

Kizad and Citi sign a Global partnership agreement

AJOT | June 26, 2011 | Ports & Terminals

Khalifa Industrial Zone Abu Dhabi (Kizad) and Citibank have signed a global partnership agreement to offer financing and banking solutions to Kizad tenants. It also represents a commitment from Citi and Kizad to work together to bring in foreign direct in Read More »

Global Ports aims for up to $572 mlllion London IPO

AJOT | June 26, 2011 | Ports & Terminals

Russian group Global Ports said it planned to raise up to $572 million from an initial public offering in London, hoping for investor interest in the fast-growing Russia container market.

Global Ports, a unit of transport and infrastructure holding gr Read More »

Saudi Arabia to spend $613 mlllion to expand ports

AJOT | June 26, 2011 | Ports & Terminals

Saudi Arabia plans to raise the capacity of its second-largest port in Dammam and may spend more than $613 million on port expansions to rival other regional ports, its transport minister said.

"All ports are subject now to expansion. We are investing Read More »

PH launches logistics facility in Portland, Oregon

AJOT | June 26, 2011 | Ports & Terminals

The Philippines and the State of Oregon in the Unites States further strengthened economic ties with the Philippines’ recent launch of a logistics facility in the port city of Portland, the state’s main port.

The launch comes three months after Manila Read More »

Brazilian port to limit loading of bagged sugar

AJOT | June 26, 2011 | Ports & Terminals

Brazil's main sugar port of Santos will restrict the loading of bagged sugar in the public quay, a measure aimed at improving efficiency, an official said.

But shipping agents fear the decision could cause more congestion in the short term.

The Po Read More »

Charleston, Corps sign contract to advance deepening

AJOT | June 26, 2011 | Ports & Terminals

The deepening of the Port of Charleston passed another major milestone today with the signing of a cost-sharing agreement on the next phase of the project, which has been estimated to deliver $106 million in annual national benefits.

Surrounded by mem Read More »

SCE2 begins in Charleston

AJOT | June 16, 2011 | Ports & Terminals

The first ship in a new, all-water service connecting the growing Southeast U.S. region with South Korea and Central and South China, called the Port of Charleston recently, the first in a weekly service calling North Charleston Terminal.

The South Ch Read More »

US retail port traffic seen edging up through July

AJOT | June 16, 2011 | Ports & Terminals

Cargo volume at major U.S. retail container ports should be nearly flat through July as slowing consumer spending has led retailers to cut back on inventory and orders, said a report released.

May traffic at ports followed in the global Port Tracker r Read More »

ICTSI Davao doubles reefer capacity

AJOT | June 16, 2011 | Ports & Terminals

Davao Integrated Port Services & Stevedoring Corp. (DIPSSCOR), port services provider in Sasa Wharf in the Port of Davao in southern Philippines and subsidiary of International Container Terminal Services, Inc. (ICTSI), recently increased the capacity of Read More »

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