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  • Bolloré Africa Logistics, is the biggest transport and logistics operator in Africa
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    Port finance hots up

    2022-01-04T10:36:00Z

    High profits made during the pandemic means that investment and acquisitions should hot up

  • ABP operations
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    WHAT PRICE SUSTAINABILITY?

    2021-07-20T20:04:00Z

    How green is your money – or someone else’s? Felicity Landon analyses the push for sustainability in loans, finance and investments.

  • Konecranes RTGs
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    Merger review

    2021-07-05T12:13:00Z

    The European Commission (EC) is reviewing the merger of two equipment companies.

  • Navis
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    Navis sale

    2021-07-02T16:59:00Z

    Cargotec has completed the sale of Navis for €380m.

  • IAPH conference
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    Financing the future

    2021-06-25T19:04:00Z

    Ports need to get better at funding investments, according to a port property expert.

  • Solar panels at ABP Humber
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    Sustainable financing

    2021-05-26T11:48:00Z

    Associated British Ports (ABP) has completed a sustainability-linked financial deal.

  • Port of Newcastle
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    Sustainable growth with green financing

    2021-05-05T12:47:00Z

    Financing and sustainability have been paired by an Australian port with green ambitions.

  • Khalifa Port
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    Major financing deal for ME port operator

    2021-04-29T15:38:00Z

    A Middle East port operator has issued US$1bn 10-year bonds to help realise its capital expenditure programme across its asset portfolio over the next ten years.

  • Patrick Terminals
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    Pushback on Patrick charges

    2021-04-01T22:51:00Z

    Australia’s container transport industry is stridently opposing new increases in landside fees and charges applied by Patrick Terminals from 1 March.

  • Belfast Harbour
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    GREEN DEAL FUNDING APPLICATION

    2021-04-01T22:32:00Z

    A joint application for EU funding designed to facilitate assisting ports to become sustainable multimodal nodes has been submitted by the ports of Stockholm, Belfast, Lubeck and Gent.

  • CPN investment
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    Nicaragua investment

    2021-03-30T22:49:00Z

    The National Port Company (CPN) of Nicaragua forecasts it will handle five million tonnes in 2021, which compares to 4.5 million tonnes in 2020.

  • Dar es Salaam port
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    Ports authority faces fraud investigation

    2021-03-29T15:27:00Z

    Corruption has blighted an African ports authority following the suspension of its director general.

  • Navis
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    Deal struck to sell Navis

    2021-03-26T10:45:00Z

    Cargotec has signed an agreement to sell Navis for an enterprise value of EUR380m.

  • Zagreb Deep Sea Container Terminal
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    Competition opens for Croatia terminal

    2021-03-24T14:58:00Z

    Competition has opened for a concession to develop and operate a container terminal in Croatia.

  • Sino Singapore Chongqing DC Multimodal Logistics centre
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    JV propels multimodal logistics investment

    2021-03-22T12:20:00Z

    Two major maritime players have formed a joint venture company to invest in multimodal logistics facilities in Asia and enhance connectivity and trade flows between Europe and Asia.

  • Gangavaram Port
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    APSEZ takes stake in Indian port

    2021-03-08T00:15:00Z

    The Adani Ports and Special Economic Zones (APSEZ) will acquire a minority stake in a deep water, multi-purpose port in India with a 64 MMT capacity.

  • TTI Algeciras
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    CMA CGM grows in Med with terminal stake

    2021-03-03T11:48:00Z

    The CMA CGM Group is building up its terminal footprint position in the Mediterranean through a container terminal equity stake acquisition.

  • TC3
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    Tanger Med financing plan progresses

    2021-01-24T20:49:00Z

    Clifford Chance is advising on the €133m financing of the construction of the third container terminal (TC3) at the Port of Tanger Med 2 in Morocco.

  • Christina Howard
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    Getting started - Evaluating a port project investment

    2020-02-18T13:18:00Z

    In this first of three articles focused on port sector investments, Watson Farley & Williams LLP, details the most important initial considerations.

  • Many companies in the Port of Rotterdam are reported as having a shortage of workers and many vacancies. Credit: Port of Rotterdam
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    Not immune to labour shortfall

    2019-06-02T20:26:00Z

    Iain MacIntyre finds out how ports have had to overcome old-fashioned thinking to ensure a viable workforce in the future