Ports and Terminals

  • International Standards

    The Ghana Ports and Harbours Authority has commended the Federal Government for repositioning the nation’s maritime industry to meet international standards. Ghana Ports chief praises Fed Govt’s reforms By Oluwakemi […]

  • NPA installs CCTV cameras

    In response to the recent allegation by some maritime lawyers that over 500 wharf rats are working for some government agencies at Apapa and Tin Can ports, the Nigerian Ports […]

  • Ports workers return to wharf

    Unionised Ports of Auckland workers will start heading back to the wharves tomorrow after six weeks of operation by a non-union crew. The absence from work follows employment disputes between […]

  • Naval Partners?

    Greece desperately needs a reliable long-term source of revenue. While western investors beat a retreat, state-owned Russian and Chinese companies have gone bargain-hunting. A 30- or 50-year deal that provides […]

  • DP World best port security operations

    DP World, UAE Region has been bestowed with two prestigious awards for its commitment to security at its port facilities. The regional port operator won the “Distinctive Management in Seaports […]

  • Recover and Recycle

    The waters of Haiti are a veritable ship’s graveyard, with over 300 sunk or abandoned vessels the situation is not only a critical issue in terms of navigation but also […]

  • Port Insecurity

    US Coast Guard officials currently in Nigeria to conduct International Port Security training have noted that none of the facilities visited can boast adequate security arrangements. Nigeria: U.S. Threatens Country […]

  • Argentina Refuses Cruise Ships

    Two cruise ships carrying nearly 3,000 passengers have been turned away from an Argentine port apparently because they had visited the Falklands. Argentina blocks British-linked ships in Falklands spat By […]

  • Cargo Vulnerable to Terrorists

    A decade after The Maritime Transportation Security Act (MTSA) of 2002 was introduced, a new US Government report has criticised efforts to protect global supply chains.   U.S. bound cargo […]

  • Missile strikes near Somalia port

    A missile hit a beach on Saturday used as a base by al Qaeda linked insurgents who want to topple Somalia’s Western-backed leaders, the government and residents said. A government […]