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THE Port of Prince Rupert in northern British Columbia, expects to double container capacity by 2040 to 1
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THE Port of Beirut posted a 44
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CARGO throughput at the Port of Rotterdam in the first three quarters declined 8
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- China to US shipping costs rise on Covid restocking
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- Singapore and Finland LNG bunker tie-up to service east-west trades
A UNIT of Singapore's Temasek Holdings, Pavilion Energy and Gasum, a Finnish state-owned gas company, are teaming up to extend transcontinental...
- DP World third quarter volume up 3.1pc to 18.3 million TEU
GLOBAL port operator DP World handled 18
- Too high CO2 liners to face 'serious negative consequences'
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- ARES Shipyard Has Been Awarded in Three Different Categories by ATSO
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- Boeing Max still talked about but no date of return set
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IAG CARGO has resumed its year-round service from London to Tokyo three times a week, reports the American Journal of Transportation
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- New Lomar CEO to replace Achim Boehme who died at 56
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- China's September soybean imports from Brazil increase 51pc
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