Ports

  • Port of Gothenburg launches “Empty Container...

    To mitigate the deficit due to the pandemic, the Port of Gothenburg community is launching an “Empty Container Initiative” campaign, aimed to support container storage during the holiday seasons, from today lasting through January.

  • AquaChemie breaks ground on $40 M Petrochemical...

    AquaChemie Middle East - a leading chemical sales and services company and part of the UAE-based AquaChemie Group - today broke ground on its strategic, world-class petrochemical terminal in DP World’s flagship, Jebel Ali Port, Dubai.

  • Georgia Ports Authority Sees Booming Volume...

    The Georgia Ports Authority holds an annual "state of the port" address to highlight the region's growing economy and its growing cargo volumes, but like so many events this year, the gathering has gone virtual for 2020. On Thursday, GPA executive director Griff Lynch addressed online attendees from the authority's headquarters at the Port of Savannah. Despite the challenges of the COVID-19 era, he had good news to report.

  • Belgian and Dutch inland ports plan to establish...

    The Port of Rotterdam Authority, the Port of Amsterdam, North Sea Port Netherlands, Drechtsteden, the Port of Antwerp and De Vlaamse Waterweg intend to set up a single shore-based power system for inland shipping and the river cruise industry.

  • Construction begins for the new Ivory Coast...

    Following the signing of the contract with the China Harbour Engineering Company (CHEC) in August, construction works have now officially begun for the Côte d’Ivoire Terminal (CIT), Abidjan’s second container terminal, which is expected to be operational at the end of 2021.

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Georgia Ports Authority Sees Booming Volume Thanks to Regional Growth

The Georgia Ports Authority holds an annual "state of the port" address to highlight the region's growing economy and its growing cargo volumes, but like so many events this year, the gathering has gone virtual for 2020. On Thursday, GPA executive director Griff Lynch addressed online attendees from the authority's headquarters at the Port of Savannah. Despite the challenges of the COVID-19 era, he had good news to report.

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Construction begins for the new Ivory Coast Container Terminal

Following the signing of the contract with the China Harbour Engineering Company (CHEC) in August, construction works have now officially begun for the Côte d’Ivoire Terminal (CIT), Abidjan’s second container terminal, which is expected to be operational at the end of 2021.

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