Hong Kong port ended a year it would rather forget with annual container throughput falling for a third consecutive time, registering 22.2 million TEUs in 2014 that was down 0.3 percent on the previous year's numbers.
19 Dec 2014
Indonesia’s largest port operator Pelabuhan Indonesia II (IPC) will partner with PSA International, Japanese investment company Mitsui & Co. and NYK Line to construct and operate a container terminal at Jakarta’s Tanjung Priok port.
25 Jun 2014
Container movements to and from PSA Sical Terminals in India’s Port of Tuticorin have now returned to “near” normal levels.
16 Jun 2014
PSA Sical Terminals’ management at India’s Port of Tuticorin has issued a trade notice placing temporary restrictions on import cargo handling.
11 May 2014
PSA International, through its wholly-owned subsidiary PSA Bharat Investments, signed a concession agreement with Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust for the construction of a fourth container terminal at India’s largest box gateway.
14 Apr 2014
With productivity a growing battleground among container terminals, Singapore is making a high-profile research investment to ensure its port, the world’s second busiest, remains competitive.
09 Mar 2014
PSA International, through its wholly owned subsidiary PSA Bharat Investments, has won a container-handling contract at India’s Kolkata Port, helping the Singapore-based terminal operator consolidate operations in the eastern cargo gateway.
27 Feb 2014
Global port-terminal operator PSA International has been selected to build and operate the long-delayed fourth container terminal at Jawaharlal Nehru Port, India’s largest container hub, through a public-private partnership development scheme.
21 Feb 2014
PSA International is set to win the public-private partnership contract to build and operate a fourth container terminal at India’s Port of Jawaharlal Nehru (Nhava Sheva), two years after the Singapore-based company pulled a winning bid for the planned terminal over differences with its local partner.
06 Feb 2014
After more than five years of inertia in the marine terminal business, the industry is beginning to churn. Some investors who spent billions of dollars in the mid-2000s to buy into container terminals want out, while others see this as a good time to invest in the industry.