How did the port of Antwerp do in 2021? Despite disruptions in the global supply chain they say they performed strongly, matching their record year of 2019.
The total cargo
Conakry Terminal, a subsidiary of Bolloré Ports and operator of the container terminal of theAutonomous Port of Conakry, has been granted the Green Terminal label following the audit conductedon 12
The new joint venture partners hope to benefit from a more sustainable and competitive mode of transport to the heart of Europe.
Three new companies (Salvat, Suardiaz, and Primafrio) have joined
Operations at two ports in eastern Libya have been disrupted by protesters today (8 Sept 2021). Protesters blocked oil exports at the Libyan ports of Es Sider and Ras Lanuf
Today, the Port of Rotterdam released a white paper on the opportunities and threats for breakbulk business, together with industry experts Johan Paul Verschuure, Project Director of the Ports &
During the first six months of 2021, 120 million tonnes were transhipped through the Port of Antwerp, an increase of 5% compared with the same period last year and status
Recently, one of the biggest oversized cargoes ever handled in Kuantan Port was manoeuvered to the quayside.
This 93-metre long column weighs approximately 778.1 tonnes and took almost 11 hours
At the end of last year, Port of Antwerp launched an appeal for the water-bound site of around 15 ha beside Churchill Dock South and expressly demanded ‘breakbulk’ activities. Meanwhile,
The European Commission has approved the acquisition of joint control over Belgium-based PSA Breakbulk NV and Coil Terminal NV by Singapore’s PSA International and Austria’s Felbermayr Holding.
Felbermayr shall acquire from
King Abdullah Port in Saudi Arabia has achieved a new record for their monthly throughput volume of breakbulk cargo, by handling more than 600,000 tonnes.
This demonstrates the port’s capacity