Germany’s largest universal port can report a respectable result for 2018, handling 135.1 million tons of seaborne cargoes (down 1%).
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In 2019, 11 cruise ships will make their maiden voyage to the Port of Southampton, which is up from eight in the previous year.
San Vicente Terminal Internacional, part of the SAAM Group, recorded a new milestone in its modernisation plan recently.
Royal HaskoningDHV, in partnership with the Bangladesh University of Engineering Technology, has been selected as a masterplan consultant for the Payra Deep Sea Port Development Project in Bangladesh.
At the Georgia Foreign Trade Conference, Georgia Ports Authority Executive Director Griff Lynch unveiled GPA’s Big Berth/Big Ship programme that will allow the Port of Savannah to simultaneously handle six 14,000 TEU vessels by 2024.
DP World handled 71.4 million TEU across its global portfolio of container terminals in the full year of 2018.