Ports

Doha port

Qatar launches a five-year development plan that focuses on self-reliance in the face of a boycott by other Arab states.


Port of Tema

Encouraged by signs of returning growth in the continent, the group opened an office in Ghana, while adding new services in the east.


A terminal at Piraeus port

CSP wants to develop its port supply chain platform and extend terminal services to better serve its clients across Asia and worldwide.


APM Terminals facility

Revenue in the logistics and services business, which comprises inland activities of APM Terminals and other land-based plus air logistics operations of the group, increased to USD1.46 billion in the first quarter from USD1.38 billion in the same period a year earlier.


Zhuhai port in China

Zhuhai port wants to use the new financial leasing unit as a tool to secure new capital and fund the expansion of its core segments.


HMM CEO Yoo Chang-keun

HMM regains its stake and will continue to operate with PSA International in Busan New Port.


Chittagong port

Carriers say the worst affected ports include Bangkok, Chittagong, Calcutta, and Shanghai, with berthing delays of about a week.


Mahathir Mohamad

Malaysia’s comeback prime minister, Mahathir Mohamad, has pledged to review all foreign contracts and projects, including key rail and port initiatives with China and neighbouring Singapore.


The operator of pier #7 at Busan North Port plans to nearly halve its headcount of about 140, after Sinokor Merchant Marine decided to shift its container handling to Gamman pier, which is nearer central Busan.  Sinokor Merchant Marine’s decision will remove 200,000 containers per year from pier #7, which is operated by Dongkuk Steel’s logistics arm, Intergis. Due to this, Intergis decided that there was excess manpower at the pier. From 3 May to 9 May, Intergis received applications for early retirement, h

Intergis plans to shed half its headcount at Pier 7 at Busan North Port after Sinokor Merchant Marine’s decision to remove 200,000 containers from there.


Abu Dhabi Ports Company cranes

Abu Dhabi Ports Company, the port’s landlord, which signed the 30-year concession with MSC this week, said the new investment would bring Khalifa Port Container Terminal capacity to 8.5 million teu by 2023.