India’s port regulator Tariff Authority for Major Ports has again deferred its decision on a proposal to increase service rates at the Port of Jawaharlal Nehru until Dec. 31, citing “continuing delays” in procedural requirements that are to be complied with by the port authority.
International Transportation Regulations
08 May 2013
Canada is adopting “strict” environmental standards to reduce emissions from ships navigating in Canadian waters...
01 May 2013
The U.K. said it expects to hire banks to advise on an initial public offering for Royal Mail Group, the 363-year-old state postal company, by the end of May.
22 Apr 2013
The International Chamber of Shipping and the International Transport Workers’ Federation have made a joint submission to the International Maritime Organization expressing concern about...
16 Apr 2013
C.P. Joshi, India’s union minister of road transport and highways, has reviewed the plan for award and completion of road works during the current 2013-2014 fiscal year, which identifies steps for restoring the pace of...
11 Apr 2013
The Irish presidency of the European Union has secured an agreement with the European Parliament on a new Port State Control Directive.
02 Apr 2013
The latest IATA cargo figures again show the Middle East is the only region posting significant year-on-year traffic growth in a flat lining global market.
27 Mar 2013
Unionized truckers in India have called for an indefinite work stoppage starting at midnight March 31 to protest against deregulation of fuel prices and a steep hike in insurance premiums.
21 Mar 2013
The European Parliament’s Transport and Tourism Committee has approved new rules to make groundhandling services at large European Union airports more competitive.
26 Feb 2013
The International Air Transport Association has called on governments to settle on a worldwide approach to market-based measures to help manage the 2 percent of global manmade carbon emissions produced by...
19 Feb 2013
The European Union said it will not extend or renew anti-trust guidelines that have helped ocean carriers to adjust to th
12 Feb 2013
Rio Tinto, a British-Australian multinational metals and mining corporation based in London, has applauded the Australian Competition Tribunal’s decision that its Hamersley and Robe rail lines...