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Hutchison Ports' safety record in the spotlight after Port Botany incident

Worker in critical condition following fall from straddle carrier

Asia Pacific Australia

Port of Piraeus at centre of tax fraud probe

The European Anti-Fraud Office and Greece's Financial Crime Unit are conducting separate investigations linked to alleged tax issues involving Chinese goods imported via Pireaus, Reuters reports

Asia Pacific Europe

SSA and Ports America linked to OOIL’s Long Beach terminal sale

The disposal of LBCT, even if it materialises, will not change the purchase price for OOIL

Asia Pacific North America

Singapore Maritime Week looks to the future of shipping

More effort may be needed to attract shipping companies to list in the city state and to keep its market share in bunkering

Asia Pacific Singapore

British ports press government for border money post-Brexit

Ports lobby group warns that government cannot settle for just hiring extra border control staff

Ports and Logistics Ship operations

Academics share Onassis prize for shipping

Work in the fields of port economics, and the risks of terrorism in shipping, were recognised this year

Europe North America

Chinese firms invest $1bn in Abu Dhabi Ports

Three new Chinese firms will also inject a further $47m into the Khalifa Free Trade Zone

Middle East and Africa United Arab Emirates

Driver shortages and Brexit concerns driving shortsea market

A hard Brexit could be a blessing for smaller terminals with spare capacity

Europe United Kingdom

Ports have role to play in decarbonising shipping

The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development’s International Transport Forum suggests that vessel port fees should be directly linked to greenhouse gas emissions

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