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Ports and Logistics


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Manila ports ready to handle Christmas cargoes influx

Terminals have sufficient capacity to handle year-end cargoes and avoid congestion, say port authorities
Asia Pacific Philippines

Busan's big plans could falter under Chinese pressure

Devolved power to South Korea’s second biggest city could provide a sharp stimulus to its value-added marine sector, but bigger problems might await

Asia Pacific South Korea

UAE to partner ITF in resolving seafarer abandonment

Federal Transport Authority to ensure UAE ratifies Maritime Labour Convention 2006

Middle East and Africa United Arab Emirates

SIPG share price surges on free port plan

Policy guidance from party congress suggests China might further liberalise its free trade zones, but Hong Kong may not like it

Asia Pacific China

Odfjell sells stake in Singapore tanker terminal for $300m

Macquarie fund to take the 50% stake held by Odfjell Terminals in Oiltanking Odfjell Terminal Singapore

Europe Norway

Jebel Ali capacity heads towards 20m teu mark with more to come

DP World's flagship Jebel Ali complex is back on a growth path after last year's dip in volumes, with local disruptions such as Qatar's trade blockade not halting further expansion plans

Middle East and Africa United Arab Emirates

Higher rates and costs hit Panalpina's ocean freight business

Seaborne trade earnings down despite rise in volumes

International Europe

ICS declares concern over Canada's planned regulations on crude shipping

Move to temporarily prohibit crude shipments off northern British Columbia will obstruct global maritime trade, says Chamber

North America Canada

Korea starts research into boosting harbour logistics links

Authorities looking to maximise collaboration with other related industries such as shipbuilding and steel

Asia Pacific South Korea
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