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Placing a lien on goods to claw back unpaid debts can be a good solution

Placing a lien on goods to claw back unpaid debts can be a good solution

DP World under union microscope
The International Transport Workers’ Federation is to target standards at DP World terminals around the world. 07 Jun 2017 - Port Strategy
The gender divide
Great strides have been made in breaking down the gender bias in ports, finds Dave MacIntyre 03 Jun 2017 - Port Strategy
Ports still a safe bet for pensions
Despite the fact that pension and infrastructure funds continue to view the port sector as a safe investment bet, concerns appear to be growing over high-risk investments to handle big ships. 18 May 2017 - Port Strategy
The new rulebook
Felicity Landon examines the potential impact of the introduction of the EU’s Port Services Regulation 05 May 2017 - Port Strategy
Port Services Regulation is ‘ill-conceived’, says ports chief
The Port Services Regulation (PSR) is “ill conceived, barely thought through and a one stroke brush approach across Europe to impose what they call transparency and regulations to make ports more competitive”, PD Ports’ chief executive Frans Calje told Port Strategy, adding that the reality is, however, “that one size doesn’t fit all”. 10 Apr 2017 - Port Strategy
EU’s port legislation enters into force
The European Union’s Port Services Regulation has now entered into force and EU member states will be required to implement the legislation within two years. 27 Mar 2017 - Port Strategy
Stuck in the past
Strategic Marine Group’s Sandy Galbraith asks if port infrastructure charges are losing their identity 22 Mar 2017 - Port Strategy
An end to paper?
Stevie Knight investigates the advantages of digital trading and the hurdles to widespread acceptance 06 Mar 2017 - Port Strategy
Past its sell-by date
Spain’s port labour system is overdue for reform, as Mike Mundy explains 03 Feb 2017 - Port Strategy
DP World pairs up with global investment partner
DP World has formed an investment platform in partnership with one of North America’s largest pension fund managers, through which it will invest in global ports and terminals with a focus on investment grade countries. 05 Dec 2016 - Port Strategy
Politics of pricing
Shipping line talk of 'deflationary' terminal handling charges is unrealistic, finds Dave and Iain MacIntyre 05 Dec 2016 - Port Strategy
Boosting morale
Felicity Landon investigates how to keep employee morale up in tough times 30 Oct 2016 - Port Strategy
Robotic risks
Don't hope for insurance savings through automation... at least not straight away explains Alex Hughes 03 Oct 2016 - Port Strategy
APMT’s Fejfer to step down
APM Terminals’ chief executive Kim Fejfer is to step down from his position on November 1 to make room for Morten Engelstoft, currently chief executive of APM Shipping Services and of Maersk Tankers, in the APMT hot seat. 22 Sep 2016 - Port Strategy
Study points way forward for container safety
A new independent study reveals that there’s a worrying mismatch when it comes to health and safety at ports with workers reporting higher levels of work-related harm than recorded in company data. 12 Sep 2016 - Port Strategy
Workplace wearables
Wearables can target safety and communications, finds Martin Rushmere 05 Sep 2016 - Port Strategy
Will Maersk review its port assets?
The third quarter of 2016 has proved tricky for AP Møeller-Maersk with an 89% slide in quarterly profit and a 16% decline in revenue, and there is speculation that it will need to divest some assets. 23 Aug 2016 - Port Strategy
No love lost
Infrastructure funds can be a lifeline for port finance, but the feeling is not reciprocated. Barry Parker reports 03 Aug 2016 - Port Strategy
On the job
Ports need to weigh up the pros and cons of different shift lengths, finds Martin Rushmere 03 Aug 2016 - Port Strategy
Balancing risks
Privatised or not, port operators are exposed to a complex and changing range of risks, finds Lara Shingles 03 Aug 2016 - Port Strategy