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The European Commission (EC) is reviewing the merger of two equipment companies.
Cargotec has completed the sale of Navis for €380m.
Ports need to get better at funding investments, according to a port property expert.
Associated British Ports (ABP) has completed a sustainability-linked financial deal.
Financing and sustainability have been paired by an Australian port with green ambitions.
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.
Australia’s container transport industry is stridently opposing new increases in landside fees and charges applied by Patrick Terminals from 1 March.
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.
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.
Corruption has blighted an African ports authority following the suspension of its director general.
Cargotec has signed an agreement to sell Navis for an enterprise value of EUR380m.
Competition has opened for a concession to develop and operate a container terminal in Croatia.
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.
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.