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Latest news and analysis on Europe's ports, including Rotterdam and Antwerp.
News & Analysis
23 Feb 2017
The dockworkers’ union has said changing Spain's dock labor system would cost 7,000 to 8,000 jobs.
21 Feb 2017
The announcement helps to fill critical gaps in market knowledge about port pairs and services of the new vessel-sharing agreements.
20 Feb 2017
The port's volume fell nearly 10 percent in 2015.
18 Feb 2017
The union and APM Terminals agreed to return to the negotiating table to settle year-long strife.
17 Feb 2017
The Port of Gothenburg faces fresh strikes.
15 Feb 2017
Hamburg was previously the second-largest container port in Europe.
09 Feb 2017
The court ruled that the port must address several environmental issues before it can proceed.
09 Feb 2017
Rotterdam maintains a significant lead over Antwerp.
08 Feb 2017
The unrest has its roots in a European Court of Justice ruling from 2014.
03 Feb 2017
Last year’s traffic is 82,000 TEUs less than passed through Scandinavia’s largest container hub in 2010 as world trade started to recover from the global financial crisis.