European Ports

Latest news and analysis on Europe's ports, including Rotterdam and Antwerp.

Commentary

Ports need a clear vision of trade developments, equipment and staffing issues, and hinterland infrastructure in their communities.

News & Analysis

24 Jun 2016
Russia’s Federal Anti-Monopoly Service is investigating the country’s leading terminal operators over price-fixing allegations.
24 Jun 2016
Antwerp Port Authority announced the appointment of the previous head of Belgium’s national electrical company as its new chief executive officer.
23 Jun 2016
The port of Rotterdam will introduce a “paperless” transfer of containers between its major terminals.
22 Jun 2016
The Port of Hamburg suffered a setback after European Union envoys agreed to extend sanctions on Russia.
13 Jun 2016
Shareholders of Greece’s Piraeus Port Authority approved a concession agreement with Cosco Shipping Group.
The port of Liverpool will charger shippers to create verified gross mass data.
13 Jun 2016
The port of Liverpool will offer container weighing services to help its customers comply with a new international regulation that comes into effect on July 1.
11 Jun 2016
Russia’s containerized trade is recovering after a bruising from Western economic sanctions and low oil prices.
SOLAS VGM Europe compliance IMO
09 Jun 2016
Europe’s top terminal operators and equipment manufacturers are accelerating moves to help shippers comply with a new international regulation.
30 May 2016
Switzerland will open the world’s longest rail tunnel June.
26 May 2016
The Port of Felixstowe, the busiest in the United Kingdom, has outlined pricing for its container weighing service.