Port News

Singapore’s agreement in India could be a boon to supply chain productivity.

DCT Gdansk handled a record number of containers in 201

India’s merchandise exports increased for the fourth month in a row in December

US ports will face unprecedented operational challenges when ocean carriers on April 1 restructure their vessel-sharing alliances.

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.


Creditors worried they won’t be properly compensated with the sale proceeds.

Northwest Seaport Alliance receives guarantee it said it needed to withdraw its objection to sale of former Hanjin terminal in Seattle.

A US Commerce Department report published Thursday stressed the benefits of collecting port productivity data.

The Port of Oakland projects that in 2017 it will grow faster than the growth projected for the rest of the West Coast as whole.

US shippers hoping Uncle Sam would shine a light on the metrics that impact the reliability and costs of their containerized supply chains are bound for disappointment.