European Ports

Latest news and analysis on Europe's ports, including Rotterdam and Antwerp.

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News & Analysis

23 Jan 2017
Shippers moving goods from northeastern China to international markets are turning to Russian ports.
18 Jan 2017
Shippers and shipping lines face further disruption at the port of Gothenburg as the dockworker union there called for a strike.
18 Jan 2017
Piraeus was one of Cosco Shipping Port’s fastest-growing container terminals in 2016.
18 Jan 2017
European ports continue to invest in breakbulk and fiercely compete for every ton of cargo.
17 Jan 2017
The increase consolidates Antwerp’s position as Europe’s second-largest container hub.
16 Jan 2017
DCT Gdansk handled a record number of containers in 2016.
15 Jan 2017
Europe's second-largest container hub, the port of Antwerp, saw above-average market growth in 2016, narrowing the gap with leader Rotterdam and pulling further ahead of third-ranked Hamburg, a trend that looks as if it will continue this year.
11 Jan 2017
The long-running labor dispute at APM Terminals Gothenburg has intensified.
09 Jan 2017
The new alliances are likely to have only a limited effect on productivity and the number of services available to shippers at North Europe ports.
05 Jan 2017
More generous free time practices and easier customs processes in Baltic states is costing Russian ports cargo.