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Singapore seeks global talent to bolster maritime status

Authorities required to also continue to ramp up efforts to bring more Singaporeans into the maritime sector, says industry advisory committee

Asia Pacific Singapore

Pilot cutters at Australia's Jackson and Botany ports to be hit by strike next week

Industrial action related to ongoing negotiations over a replacement enterprise agreement for union workers in Sydney

Asia Pacific Australia

Rotterdam port and city authorities unveil blockchain field lab

Port and city officials will jointly finance BlockLab

Europe Netherlands

European ports ask EU for more infrastructure funding

Over $900bn needed to complete the core component of the Trans-European Transport Network by 2030

Europe Ports and Logistics

US tightens sanctions against North Korea

Donald Trump's executive order gives US Treasury expanded authority to limit North Korean economic activity including that of ports and vessels

Asia Pacific North Korea

Inchcape Shipping and ClipperData in data-driven tie-up

Staff transferred from ISS to ClipperData under deal that will see companies share tanker trades data

Europe North America

China Merchants eyes port investments in UK

State conglomerate also looks for opportunities in highways and urban developments

Asia Pacific Europe

Carrier diverted from UK port by Greenpeace activists

Activists also storm port in protest at diesel cars

Europe United Kingdom

Yangtze River Delta ports to be shut for 18 days as China's national congress meets

Shipping market will  return to life once the holidays end 

Asia Pacific China
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