Ports

DP World subsidiary has announced growth in non-oil foreign trade by 17% from 23.9 million to 27.9 million tonnes in 2016, worth a total of USD80.2 billion.


Terminal business says it lost liner business at some of its terminals and rates were hit by industry consolidation and overcapacity in certain markets.


Image of fuel testing.

The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore has revoked the licence of Panoil Petroleum Pte Ltd, which made unauthorised alterations on the mass flow meters of five bunker tankers.


PSA has begun winding down operations at Tanjong Pagar Terminal. Credit: MPA

Singapore port operator PSA winds down operations at its Tanjong Pagar Terminal, conducts tests at Pasir Panjang Terminal. 


Jawaharlal Nehru Port, near Mumbai.

In their effort to smooth cargo flows and reduce delivery times at JNPT, customs authorities have subverted the point-to-point delivery agreement established in the internationally accepted bill of lading.


Shanghai port

China's top 10 container ports handled a combined 80.7 million teu in the first half of 2017.


Coal in storage.

An Indian port company has signed a 30-year concession agreement with the Mozambique government to develop a 20 million tonnes per year coal terminal at Beira Port.


The Chinese port of Dalian has announced a plan to consolidate its container terminal assets.


Hong Kong-listed port operator hopes to raise USD184 million with a share issue


Ulsan port

The South Korean government will launch the second LNG-powered vessel by the end of 2018, as part of a wider goal to have an LNG bunkering in place ahead of the International Maritime Organization's implementation of a global sulphur cap of 0.5% in marine fuels from 2020.