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Ports and Logistics

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Overstaying cargo also a risk, Clyde & Co warns squabbling traders

Detention and demurrage charges can quickly add up and the situation could be exacerbated in the case of lower value cargo

China United States

President Xi opens Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge

Bridge is expected to provide an alternative to the current barging services that connect Hong Kong’s port with the Pearl River Delta

Asia Pacific Containers

US supply chain company acquires INTTRA

Deal to take over online freight booker will give INTTRA’s carrier and freight forwarder customers visibility of supply chain requirements

North America United States

Transpacific rates driven by capacity cuts rather than demand

Little evidence of cargo front-loading on transpacific ahead of tariff rises, but fourth quarter could still give room for growth

Asia Pacific North America

Abu Dhabi Ports partners MSC for blockchain pilot project

The system was developed internally, compared to others who have pulled in major IT partners

Middle East and Africa United Arab Emirates

Seattle and Tacoma see progress on federal funding for dredging projects

The bill authorises the design and construction to deepen Seattle’s East and West Waterways, $29m in matching federal funds to complete the work, and expedited completion of a $3m study to dredge Tacoma's Blair and Sitcum waterways

North America United States

Survey finds legislation must keep up with technology

Survey of 10 countries found that most have some form of legislation covering electronic contracts

 

International Technology and Innovation

Viewpoint: Scrubbing up nicely

BIMCO, along with paint and coating manufacturers, ship operators and companies engaged in hull cleaning hope that by the autumn of 2019 a standard for the underwater cleaning of ships’ hulls that is safe, efficient and environmentally sustainable will be in place

International Ship repair

BPA chairman Alec Don steps down

Mr Don is leaving the post of CEO of the Port of Milford Haven on good terms after eight years in the role

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