Outgoing chair of CEDA’s Marine Strategy Navigation Group Chantal Martens shares her most rewarding experiences there and has advice for her successor.
Mexico’s Port of Veracruz is upping its game with a dredging, reclamation, breakwater, and rail and road project to boost the capacity of Mexican ports.
After switching from water filtration to marine fuels, Straits Inter Logistics eyes slice of Hong Kong bunker market.
Land & Water is to develop a wetland near Rainham, UK, to create a habitat for protected migratory bird species through the re-use of dredged material.
As utilisation levels increase, Egypt’s ports are looking to both domestic and international investors to fund expansion projects.
Rapid economic expansion in Ethiopia has highlighted the need for additional transhipment hubs in east Africa to support growing trade.
With Morocco’s long coasts on the Atlantic and Mediterranean and a strategic position on the Strait of Gibraltar, the country is implementing huge port construction and expansion projects to accommodate an anticipated surge in seaborne trade for itself and the rest of Africa.
The construction of a container and ro-ro port at Norvik, Sweden, on the Baltic Sea, signals new logistical options for the nation’s capital city region.
After sealing a deal with the de facto government of the territory to develop the port, DP World could provide the biggest-ever boost to the Somaliland economy.