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2014 Media Kit

Ports & Terminals

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Trains roll at Australia coal port after protester removed

Reuters | September 29, 2014 | Intermodal | Rail | Ports & Terminals | Ports

Train movements resumed at Australia's Newcastle port, the world's largest coal export terminal, hours after a protester disrupted operations by chaining himself to tracks, the national rail network operator said. Read More »

Collision delays Suez Canal traffic (Video)

Reuters | September 29, 2014 | Ports & Terminals | Canal and Waterway

Collision delays Suez Canal traffic (Video)

Two container ships collided at the northern end of Egypt’s Suez Canal, delaying traffic through a vital global trade route, shipping sources said on Monday. Read More »

Maersk TP3 service changes in Newark NJ (wks 39-41)

AJOT | September 28, 2014 | Liner Shipping | Ports & Terminals | Ports | Container Port

Maersk has recently experienced vessel delays in Vancouver and in Asia, affecting the TP3 service. Maersk advises that that based on current vessel schedules (still subject to change) they expect to see the following variations in TP3 service. Read More »

The Panama Canal Authority Takes Measures To Prevent Ebola Spread

AJOT | September 28, 2014 | Liner Shipping | Ports & Terminals | Canal and Waterway | Regulatory Issues

The Panama Canal Authority, in coordination with the country's Ministry of Health (MINSA), is taking the following measures to prevent the spread of the Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) and protect Canal workers and customers. Read More »

Hapag Lloyd Changes Agency in Ivory Coast

AJOT | September 28, 2014 | Liner Shipping | Ports & Terminals

Hapag Lloyd announces the agency agreement with Sumaco will expire with effect from September 30, 2014. With effect from October 1, 2014 our new sub-agent for Territory of Ivory Coast will be Oil & Marine Agencies Cote d'Ivoire. Read More »

BHP Billiton to cut capital spending in its petroleum division

George Lauriat | September 26, 2014 | Energy | Discovery | International Trade | Ports & Terminals | Ports | Wet Bulk Port | Dry Bulk Port

BHP Billiton, the Australian mining and oil giant, will cut capital spending in its petroleum division by $279 million in 2015, the company announced in its annual report. The trend follows that of other major oil and gas companies. Major producers including Shell, Chevron and Total have all announced plans this year plans to pull back on capital expenditures. Read More »

USCG says Phnom Penh Autonomous Port no longer maintaining effective anti-terrorism measures.

AJOT | September 26, 2014 | International Trade | Liner Shipping | Ports & Terminals | Regulatory Issues

The U.S. Coast Guard has determined that the Phnom Penh Autonomous Port and the Sihanoukville Autonomous Port in Cambodia are no longer maintaining effective anti-terrorism measures. The previous exception of these ports from the actions required [imposition of conditions of entry on vessels arriving to the United States] is rescinded. Read More »

Oil spill at Quintero Bay, Chile

AJOT | September 25, 2014 | Ports & Terminals

Inchcape Shipping Services (ISS) Chile is advising of an oil spill at Quintero Bay, Nr Valparaiso, Chile, following an incident on Thursday 24th September at the Monobuoy Terminal when the MT Mimosa cut off hoses and cargo connection, resulting in a spill of around three cubic metres at sea. Read More »

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