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    CONTAINER ROLLERCOASTER: WHAT NEXT?

    2022-06-30T12:50:00Z

    How will the container sector emerge from the market shocks posed by ongoing COVID-19 issues and now the Russia-Ukraine war? Andrew Penfold explores this fundamental question

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    MORE FOR LESS

    2022-06-30T12:50:00Z

    Effective use of resource is a port sector priority today. It is, however, not a task that has become any easier in recent times.

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    SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT: TOC EUROPE

    2022-06-30T12:50:00Z

    After a two-year absence, TOC Europe finally returns for the largest gathering of global container supply chain professionals, all in the hub of European container logistics – Rotterdam, and for the first time ever, is completely FREE to attend!

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    Krakatau expansion study

    2022-06-30T11:16:00Z

    An independent study will explore expanding capacity at Indonesia’s biggest bulk hub port to benefit from growing trade in the region

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    J M Baxi Acquisition

    2022-06-30T10:54:00Z

    J M Baxi Ports & Logistics Ltd, a unit of the Mumbai-based J M Baxi Group, has gained complete – 100 per cent - control of the Visakha Container Terminal

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    Valencia Results

    2022-06-30T10:54:00Z

    The Port of Valencia, Spain reports loaded containers for export falling by 12.72 per cent in the period January – April 2022

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    Kiel Piles on Power

    2022-06-30T10:54:00Z

    The Port of Kiel is to receive two onshore power plants after port operator Seehafen Kiel awarded a contract to technology company, Siemens AG.

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    DOWNGRADES AND UPGRADES

    2022-06-30T10:54:00Z

    Market consultancy Drewry sees container shipping freight rates continuing to climb but a new set of problems intruding. Felicity Landon reports

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    GOING GREAT GUNS

    2022-06-30T10:54:00Z

    Container ports on the US Gulf Coast are outperforming national growth and their peers on the eastern and western seaboards. AJ Keyes assesses the plans and strategies of ports in the region

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    NEW SUPPLY CHAIN PLAYBOOK

    2022-06-30T10:54:00Z

    The existing container ports on the US Gulf Coast, and further afield in the US, look set to be challenged by a new facility with potential to change the status quo. A J Keyes reports

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    MSC PROPELS MULTI-RIO

    2022-06-30T10:54:00Z

    Rio de Janeiro terminal operator MultiRio is reaping the benefits of its “special relationship” with MSC but recovery in the ro-ro sector has stalled. Rob Ward reports

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    A HUB FOR BEER PRODUCERS

    2022-06-30T10:54:00Z

    The Ponta do Felix port facility in Antonina, part of the Paranagua port area (APPA port authority), will next month (July) open up six new silos for storing malt, barley and wheat, adding 40,000 tons of static storage capacity at a cost of Reais45million (US$9m).

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    Côte d’Ivoire Gears-Up

    2022-06-30T10:54:00Z

    Côte d’Ivoire Terminal has received six yard gantries from ZPMC…

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    Congo RTGs

    2022-06-30T10:54:00Z

    Congo Terminal, a subsidiary of Bolloré Ports, has put two new rubber tyred gantries into operation at its container terminal located at Pointe-Noire, Congo.

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    FLORIDA’S MILLIONAIRES CLUB

    2022-06-30T10:54:00Z

    Florida is home to three large container ports that each handle over one million TEU annually. AJ Keyes assesses how these ports are keeping pace with demand

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    ICTSI RIO RENAISSANCE

    2022-06-30T10:54:00Z

    Pursuing new cargo streams and investing in inland cargo logistics is breathing new life into ICTSI Rio despite a challenging marketplace. Rob Ward reports

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    THE DOMINO EFFECT

    2022-06-30T10:54:00Z

    A new report from the Royal Bank of Canada assesses the impact of current challenges to the global supply chain and considers what the likely outcome will be. A J Keyes presents the highlights

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    BATAM PORT PLANS TALKED UP BY CO-ORDINATING MINISTER FOR MARITIME AFFAITRS

    2022-06-30T10:54:00Z

    The government of Indonesia is revisiting the idea of developing a port facility on the island of Batam. This location is around 30km south of Singapore, close to international shipping routes, and has been under consideration for the past 30 years without any major development taking place.

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    UKRAINE GRAIN EXPORTS RESTART BUT MORE CAPACITY NEEDED

    2022-06-30T10:54:00Z

    The Ukraine is actively seeking new export gateways, as opposed to its main ports of Mariupol and Odessa, in an endeavour to implement foreign grain sales. There is no major expectation that typical grain export levels will be achieved but there is a determination “to do what we can,” as one grain trader puts it.

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    JV FOR NEW DAMIETTA BOX TERMINAL DEVELOPMENT

    2022-06-30T10:54:00Z

    A second container terminal is being developed at the Port of Damietta in north-east Egypt and joins the growing throng of new projects in the country.