Port Report: Future of tanker shipping murkier than ever FreightWaves
The oil tanker industry is nearly 130 years old, having first been developed in 1890 by the founder of Shell. Now the industry may be entering its.
Port Report: Mexico eyes new boxship terminal for Manzanillo FreightWaves
Mexico's government wants to build a new marine terminal that could nearly double the annual volume of containers moving through the country's busiest.
Port Report: Virginia looks to develop LNG as ship fuel FreightWaves
One of the largest eastern U.S. ports is looking to promote the use liquefied natural gas as the marine fuel of the future. The Port of Virginia.
Shipping Activity at Port Qasim Business Recorder
KARACHI: Four ships CPO Bremen, Maersk Selator, Ru Yi and Al-Ejnan carrying containers, General Cargo and LNG were allotted berths at Container Terminal...
More quake damage adds to troubles at Port of Alaska Alaskajournal.com
A recent examination of piles at the Port of Alaska petroleum and cement terminals revealed more extensive damage from the 7.1 magnitude earthquake that...
Port of Houston could lose box traffic unless its ship channel is widened theloadstar.com
Forwarders, shippers and the management at Houston are hoping for a speedy decision on dredging to improve access to the port. Container growth is...
Iran says it aided foreign oil tanker in the Strait of Hormuz The Washington Post
DUBAI — Iran says it came to the assistance of a foreign oil tanker that broke down in the Strait of Hormuz, as international concern mounted over the fate of an...
Port cargo traffic down 2.2% The Portugal News
The Authority for Mobility and Transport (AMT) reported that cargo traffic through mainland ports was about 37.6 million tonnes between January and May 2019,...
Simmering stand-off: China disrupts Malaysia, Vietnam ship exploration South China Morning Post
Actions at Vanguard Bank in disputed Spratly Islands 'raises collision risk', says think tank as it cites data showing China has harassed Malaysian and...
Shape up or ship out: Africa's ports threatened by cleaner fuel targets The National
New shipping emissions ruling sends the continent on a voyage of soul searching to adapt to a greener world.