New innovative digital technology will assist ships arriving at Port of Rotterdam. Port planning becomes easier and the ships can adjust speed as the actors exchange planned arrival time automatically.
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PSA’s Bharat Mumbai Container Terminals enhances Nhava Sheva connectivity with first barge and train volumes
Bharat Mumbai Container Terminals Private Limited continued to improve connectivity and ease of doing business for Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust users with its first barge and train volumes last week.
The ‘CMA CGM ANTOINE DE SAINT EXUPERY’, the largest containership ever to call at the port on the Elbe, berthed in Hamburg early on 15th March.
The conference will include a keynote by its CEO, Robert Schena, who will address delegates on data integrity in seaport and maritime industries.
The ports of Bremen and Bremerhaven, Germany, have joined an ambitious campaign to a ban on heavy fuel oil from Arctic shipping – along with more than 80 companies, organisations, politicians, NGOs and explorers.
Imports at major US retail container ports are expected to dip slightly this month, but that’s the result of annual Asian factory shutdowns for Lunar New Year rather than new tariffs on steel and aluminium imposed this week, according to the monthly Global Port Tracker report released today by the National Retail Federation and Hackett Associates.