Ports

  • Imports Rose Again at U.S. Ports Last Month

    Imports rose steadily at the nation’s seaports in January, as U.S. retailers and manufacturers restocked after the holidays and Chinese suppliers stepped up shipments ahead of an annual two-week factory shutdown during the Lunar New Year.

  • DP World Head Shares Plans for India’s Ports

    DP World's Chairman and CEO, Sultan Ahmed Bin Sulayem, has highlighted the importance of India in its port and supply chain strategies, calling the country’s growth “one of the best in the world” in interviews with Bloomberg and CNBC.

  • New Cabotage Rules Could Hurt Indonesia's...

    Indonesia's coal producers are concerned that the nation's new cabotage rules will cut down on export volumes at its coal terminals. The Indonesian Ministry of Trade has issued a regulation requiring certain goods - including coal and crude palm oil - to be exported aboard Indonesian vessels and insured with Indonesian insurers, a measure intended to boost the nation's shipping industry. 

  • Port projects: Security nod for bidders holds...

    Security clearance granted to companies bidding for port projects, and those taking up dredging work in domestic ports, will be valid for five years, according to the new rules framed by the Centre. At present, the clearance is valid for just three years.

  • Ports of Indiana hires East Coast port executive...

    A former North Carolina Ports executive with Indiana-ties has been named port director for the Port of Indiana-Jeffersonville. Jeff Miles, a born-and-raised Hoosier and veteran of the maritime industry, has returned to Indiana to lead port operations and business development at the southern Indiana port.

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Imports Rose Again at U.S. Ports Last Month

Imports rose steadily at the nation’s seaports in January, as U.S. retailers and manufacturers restocked after the holidays and Chinese suppliers stepped up shipments ahead of an annual two-week factory shutdown during the Lunar New Year.

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DP World Head Shares Plans for India’s Ports

DP World's Chairman and CEO, Sultan Ahmed Bin Sulayem, has highlighted the importance of India in its port and supply chain strategies, calling the country’s growth “one of the best in the world” in interviews with Bloomberg and CNBC.

English

New Cabotage Rules Could Hurt Indonesia's Coal Ports

Indonesia's coal producers are concerned that the nation's new cabotage rules will cut down on export volumes at its coal terminals. The Indonesian Ministry of Trade has issued a regulation requiring certain goods - including coal and crude palm oil - to be exported aboard Indonesian vessels and insured with Indonesian insurers, a measure intended to boost the nation's shipping industry. 

English

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