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The Vancouver Fraser Port Authority has released its third Port Emissions Inventory Report, which indicates air pollutant emissions have decreased significantly since 2010, despite an increase in trade through the port – a result of stronger regulation and investment in technology.
Knud Sörensen, the Marketing Director of the Port of Kiel (SEEHAFEN KIEL GmbH & Co. KG) and Managing Director of Kombi Port GmbH is being seen off into retirement at a reception in his honour in Kiel’s traditional Eckmannspeicher.
The Québec Port Authority (QPA) has announced its plan to build a container terminal at the site of the Beauport 2020 project.
Khalifa Port set to become first Gulf able to handle some of the world’s largest ships after EGA long-term use agreement
Emirates Global Aluminium, the largest industrial company outside oil and gas, has signed a long-term port facility agreement with Abu Dhabi Ports to use some of the world’s largest bulk cargo vessels to import raw materials through Khalifa Port. With this agreement, Abu Dhabi Ports will be able to develop the port to become the first in the Gulf capable of directly handling these massive ships.