Tariff-setting and red tape – are the twin evils of doing business in India showing signs of being eradicated? Dave MacIntyre reports
With government ownership dominant in Western Australia, the dredging funds question is a considerable one for the state's mid-sized ports.
There's still a place for shore side power solutions, as Anne-Marie Causer finds out
Ports need to weigh up total versus piecemeal handling options for bulk cargo, finds Stevie Knight
The ‘gap in the fence’ of port security has been the focus of a new, autonomous underwater vessel (AUV) trialled by BMT Group at the Port of Lisbon this week.
New cost effective unmanned vehicles could be perfect for port operations, finds Stevie Knight
Greater automation and computer control is gaining ground in VTS, but there is uncertainty over the limits, writes Martin Rushmere
New findings from a ‘Study on the Strategic Development Plan for Hong Kong Port 2030’ by BMT Asia Pacific reveals new terminals in the region aren’t needed to keep the sector competitive.
Be careful where you place your bets in Southeast Asia, warns Stevie Knight
A new training project has been launched to help deliver improved training tools and techniques in response to terrorism threats aimed at Europe’s critical infrastructure, including ports.
There's a clash of personalities between the Black and Marmara seas, as Stevie Knight discovers
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