Ports and Terminals

  • The single window challenge for ports

    The challenges of meeting the EU’s deadline for National Single Windows and the various ways in which ports currently organise ship reporting formalities has been analysed in a study carried […]

  • Container Theft

    Recycling association works with the International Maritime Bureau in an effort to prevent criminal activity. BIR to Address Fraud, Theft from Export Containers The Bureau of International Recycling, (BIR) Brussels, […]

  • Expansion Plan

    Taiwan’s Council for Economic Planning and Development has approved a US$2.2 billion expansion plan for the development of the country’s international ports. Taiwan Approves Expansion Plan for Seven Seaports The […]

  • Ferry to Iran

    Ferry services from Port Rashid to Iran shut down in 2008 but on Wednesday the port welcomed the Hormuz-12 from the Port of Bandar Lengeh in southern Iran. Dubai’s newest […]

  • Heavy Security

    Florida’s waterways will be under heavy patrol during the Republican National Convention, around 30 law enforcement agencies are preparing for the largest maritime security event in Tampa’s history. Armed Boat Patrols […]

  • Undermining the Effort

    Abnormally long cargo dwell times and the cost of doing business in Nigeria’s seaports, amongst the highest in the world, led the federal government to set up a presidential ports […]

  • Port Developments

    Saudi Ports Authority signs contracts totalling SR 615 million to develop and maintain country’s ports, Authority agreed a further SR 500 million worth of contracts earlier this year. Saudi Ports […]

  • Port of Liverpool Plans Get Boost

    Multi-million pound plans for a new container terminal at the Port of Liverpool have been given a boost. The European Investment Bank has agreed to provide almost half the finance […]

  • Big Plans for Penang Port

    KUALA LUMPUR: Seaport Terminal Sdn Bhd wants to position Penang Port as a regional port to tap opportunities as far out as India and for that it plans grow its […]

  • Bypassing Syria

    BEIRUT: The Agriculture Ministry is pursuing efforts to facilitate maritime transport to compensate for delays in land cargo through Syria, where the security situation has deteriorated significantly in the last […]