Port News

The global terminal operator handled 67.63 million twenty-foot-equivalent units last year.

DP World is brimming with confidence about future prospects in the emerging Asian economy.

India’s major ports face a fresh threat of labor stoppages.

Brazilian meat shippers have suffered another blow.

The fee proposed by the South Coast Air Quality Management District on March 3 would generate as much as $1.1 billion annually.

China’s container ports got off to a strong start in 2017.

A federal judge has allowed a bank to foreclose on and sell its interest in more than 1,500 Hanjin Shipping containers to repay the bank for owed lease payments.

The bids for a 40-year operating concession will be submitted to the London office of US investment bank Morgan Stanley.

Beyond the headline numbers of multi-billion-dollar investments, Belt and Road is an opaque concept.

The SEZ is designed with a 494-acre site for processing activities and a 190-acre zone for non-processing operations.