Antwerp Port Authority team meet NMPT Officials for business promotion

MANGALORE: Interactive session with Antwerp Port Authority representatives was held at NMPT on 21 September 2018. Mr. Raj Khalid and Ms. Malini Dutt interacted with NMPT officers. The session focused on business development, port infrastructure, operations, administration, improving efficiencies, energy and environment management. During the interactive meeting, Mr Raj Khalid, India representation, Antwerp Port told
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ANTWERP: One year ago Antwerp Port Authority announced its determination, together with the stakeholders involved, to improve mobility in and around the port. One year later, in view of the European Mobility Week, it is the time to take stock. The ambitions have been set, the projects have been mapped out, and the first results
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NEW DELHI: With India’s economy growing at a robust pace achieving 8.2 GDP growth in April-June quarter, the Shipping Ministry is considering a more-strategic port along the Bay of Bengal coast for transshipment operations. To help achieve that objective, Indian shipping authorities have reportedly commissioned a study to determine the feasibility of transforming the Meadow
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The Swachchta Hi Seva Campaign organized by the Mormugao Port Trust administration from 15th September to 2nd October 2018 gathered further momentum   when  the  Port Officers, staff and employees were joined by a strong contingent of 80 students of the Deepvihar Higher Secondary School, for a Rally in and around the Headland Sada residential areas
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The High Court of England and Wales in London has continued the injunction first made on 31 August 2018, prohibiting the Government of Djibouti’s port company, Port de Djibouti S.A. (PDSA) from interfering with the management of the joint venture company, Doraleh Container Terminal S.A. (DCT). On 31 August, the Court issued a without notice
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BEIJING : The Piraeus Port Authority (PPA) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Guangzhou Port Authority on September 12th, which marked the establishment of strategic partnership between the two ports to jointly promote the Belt and Road construction. Capt. Pu Chengqiu, President of COSCO SHIPPING Piraeus Port Ltd. and CEO of PPA
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COCHIN: The long-awaited relaxation in the cabotage law, which prohibited foreign-flagged vessels from engaging in Coastal Shipping of the Country, is expected to give a fillip to the trans-shipment volumes handled at Cochin Port. At present, volumes at International Container Transhipment Terminal (ICTT) stand at 6 per cent out of the over five lakh TEUs
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CMA CGM has informed its customers that considering the improvement in the congestion at Myanmar ports, the Port Congestion Surcharge that had been implemented on June 1, 2018 will be removed as from October 1, 2018.

The tariff dispute between the United States and its trading partners may potentially affect the port trade, causing an increase in the construction costs, a U.S. port official said. John LaRue, the executive director of the Port of Corpus Christi, made the remarks at a two-day annual symposium which closed Thursday in Laredo, a city
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GANDHIDHAM: NTC Logistics India (P) Ltd has facilitated the shipment of longest windmill blades ODC, totalling 48 in number, which were exported through Deendayal Port in Gujarat to Laem Chabang in Thailand. The length of each blade was 67.2 m, which made them the longest in India. The weight of the cargo was 81,000 freight
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