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Ports and Logistics


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New York welcomes bigger containerships

ZIM Antwerp easily sailed under the revamped Bayonne Bridge with a clearance of 8.2 metres, without any water depth or air draft limitations.
North America Middle East and Africa

Chokepoint fears

Extreme weather, political unrest and policy measures leave food network vulnerable

International Dry Bulk

The time is right for digitalisation to change the shipping industry

The advent of the internet combined with a prolonged downturn have created ideal conditions for a digital sea change in shipping, says Containerchain’s Chris Collins

Asia Pacific Europe

Ports playing a zero-sum game

There will be winners, but at this stage it is not possible to pick who they will be
Containers Ports and Logistics

Future of Africa's hub ports in doubt

Falling volumes put new developments at risk

Middle East and Africa Angola

Funding call for US waterways

Crumbling infrastructure is holding back bulk exports from US hinterland

North America United States

Jaxport directors approve harbour deepening project

Project scheduled to commence by early 2018
North America United States

New York/New Jersey fights for Midwest market with raising of Bayonne Bridge

Bayonne Bridge heightening elevates Port of New York & New Jersey’s big ship draw 
North America United States

Abu Dhabi Ports gains exclusive rights to UAE's Fujairah port

UAE operator reveals plans to enhance port capacity to 1m teu by 2030
United Arab Emirates Ports and Logistics
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