Revised convoy movement during Suez Canal dredging work

WITH the expanded Suez Canal opening August 6, the Suez Canal Authority (SCA) is reorganising its convoy system to accommodate dredging to be concluded by July 15, reports Inchcape Shipping Services (ISS).

Nagoya posts 3.3pc March decline to 210,324 TEU, total cargo off 2.8pc

THE port of Nagoya in Central Japan handled 210,324 TEU in foreign trade in March, representing a decrease of 3.3 per cent year on year. 

Pakistan seizes 10 tonnes of hash, 517K of morphine, 55K of opium

PAKISTANI narcotics officers in a nationwide sweep netted a huge cache of including 10.6 tonnes of hashish (charas), 517 kilos of morphine, 55 kilos of opium and 930 grammes of methamphetamine.

Namport's 750,000-TEU container terminal to open in 2017

THE construction of the NAD3 billion (US$245.8 million) container terminal at Walvis Bay is on track, says Namport CEO Bisey Uirab, reports the Windhoek Namibian.

Construction starts on new container terminal in east end Montreal

CONSTRUCTION of the new east end Viau Terminal in Montreal to be completed by the end of next year on the site of the old Vickers yard that built and repaired Liberty ships in World War II.

Nagoya posts 3.3pc March decline to 210,324 TEU, total cargo off 2.8pc

THE port of Nagoya in Central Japan handled 210,324 TEU in foreign trade in March, representing a decrease of 3.3 per cent year on year. 

CITIC to invest US$113 billion in 'One Belt, One Road' initiative

STATE-OWNED CITIC (China International Trust and Investment Corporation) said that its banking, securities, trust and construction divisions will invest CNY700 billion (US$112.79 billion) to support China's new "One Belt, One Road" initiative.

Turkish-Owned dry cargo ship "Ibrahim Konan" went aground in Çanakkale Strait

 On 01 July 2015 at  03:00 PM, 108 meters-long Panamanian flagged  dry cargo vessel  "M/V Ibrahim KONAN" fully laden with cargo "ammonium sulfate" went aground at the Poyraz bay near the Eceabat district in the Canakkale Strait. 




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