Port News

Starting Aug. 1, three time-definite train runs a week will be introduced linking inland locations to Mundra and Pipavav.

The Moscow Arbitration Court found the FAS’ evidence in the case against NCSP unconvincing.

The Manila-listed mid-sized terminal operator was one of two companies competing to win the concession.

The flagship United Arab Emirates terminals boosted first half traffic by 4.3 percent to 7.7 million TEU.

The new process follows the cancellation of a previous tender that had only one pre-qualified bidder.

US shippers are increasingly setting up warehouses and distribution centers in the Lehigh Valley, from which they are a 60- to 80-mile dray from the Port of New York and New Jersey.

The authority said the Netherlands is the only country whose ports have been ordered by the European Union to pay corporation tax.

Negotiations between JNPT officials and other stakeholders are said to be in progress to resolve the impasse.

Container ships' average time in port for the month of July rose more than three hours in just the last week.

The key Brazilian port of Santos’ efforts to bounce back from draft restrictions were set back this week.