Ports

Panama’s MIT

Caribbean transhipment terminals already have spare capacity and a raft of new projects is set to provide carriers with even more options.

 


Hong Kong port

Port operations in Hong Kong, the world’s sixth-largest container port, were slowly returning to normal on 17 September after being suspended ahead of the arrival of Super Typhoon Mangkhut


Signing ceremony of the Korea Shipping Partnership in 2017. Credit: Korea Shipowners' Association

Korea Shipping Partnership will operate terminals in Busan New Port come 2022, in collaboration with Busan Port Authority. 


Doraleh Container Terminal

Ongoing issues at the Port of Djibouti have highlighted the need for the marine market and investors to tread carefully, expert says.


Global Climate Action Summit in San Francisco

The ports issued their call as they launched the World Ports Climate Action Initiative at the Global Climate Action Summit in San Francisco, California.


Coast Guard officials finalise Hurricane Florence response plans in Charleston, South Carolina, on 12 September

Container line schedules are at risk as Hurricane Florence bears down on the US east coast.


A Hamburg Süd vessel calls in Cartagena

All eyes in the Caribbean and Latin America are on the integration of Maersk Line and Hamburg Süd, now expected in 2019 after a stumble out the gate with a suspended service earlier this year.


Papeete cruise port terminal in Tahiti, French Polynesia

Tahitian capital’s port authority has invested in a next-generation smart cargo-handling application that will act as a ‘one-stop shop’ for users.


The port of Djibouti

The accusations continue to fly in the increasingly acrimonious battle for control over Djibouti’s Doraleh Container Terminal, but there was a hint that DP World is prepared to settle for compensation.


Artist’s impression of the German LNG terminal

The German company signed the agreement with German LNG Terminal GmbH, the joint venture developing the terminal in Brunsbüttel in Northern Germany.