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First Large Cruise Vessel Arrives in Aberdeen South Harbour

May 02, 2023

Port of Aberdeen said Tuesday it had welcomed the first cruise ship into the 'transformational' £400 million Aberdeen South Harbour expansion. The 203-meter-long AIDAaura, with a capacity for more than 1,200 guests, is the longest vessel to visit the Port of Aberdeen to date…

Germany's LNG Import Terminals Tackle Challenges

May 02, 2023

Germany's liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal project at Stade said it would in the coming weeks begin testing market appetite for ammonia as a way to transport hydrogen, as the country's efforts to end reliance on Russian pipeline gas gather pace…

US LNG Exports Go Full Steam Ahead

May 01, 2023

U.S. producers of liquefied natural gas (LNG) exported at top capacity in April for a second consecutive month, with over two-thirds of shipments bound for Europe and rising volumes to Latin America, Refinitiv Eikon data showed on Monday.Following…

Toronto Kicks Off 2023 Cruise Season

May 01, 2023

PortsToronto welcomed its first cruise ship of the 2023 season on Friday, April 28. The Viking Octantis officially launched another record-breaking cruise ship season which will see 54 ships and more than 22,000 passengers visit Canada’s largest city between May and October…

Crimea Oil Terminal Set Ablaze by Drone Attack

May 01, 2023

A Ukrainian drone strike set ablaze a Russian fuel storage facility in the Crimean port of Sevastopol early on Saturday, sending a vast column of black smoke into the sky in the latest attack on the Russia-occupied peninsula.The city's Moscow…

LR Grants AIP for Ammonia FSRU

Apr 25, 2023

A new ammonia floating storage regasification unit (FSRU), the first of its kind in Korea, has been awarded approval in principle (AIP) from Lloyd’s Register (LR), the classification society announced Tuesday.Developed by HD Hyundai Heavy Industries…

DFDS Puts 20 Electric Trucks into Service in Gothenburg

Apr 20, 2023

Logistics company DFDS is launching a new fleet of 20 electric trucks in Gothenburg. This is the single biggest delivery of heavy electric trucks in the Nordic region. Together with an additional 30 electric trucks that are to be delivered later…

Oil Exports from Russia's Western Ports Hit 4-year High

Apr 19, 2023

Oil loadings from Russia's key western ports in April will rise to the highest level since 2019, above 2.4 million barrels per day (bpd) despite Moscow's pledge to cut output, trading and shipping sources said.Russian crude exports and transit from the ports of Primorsk…

Valenciaport Calls for Tenders for East Dock Remodel

Apr 19, 2023

The Port Authority of Valencia (PAV) has put out to tender the remodelling of the East dock track yard of the Port of Valencia for the development of a rail motorway. Specifically, the aim of this project is the execution of the civil works…

New Terminal for Edible Oil Planned at Port of Berbera

Apr 19, 2023

DP World has kicked off the development of a new edible oil terminal at the Port of Berbera in Somaliland. It has already agreed to a long-term lease for the facility.The edible oil terminal will be the latest addition to Berbera’s growing trade ecosystem…

Port of Antwerp-Bruges Expands Truck Parking

Apr 19, 2023

Port of Antwerp-Bruges has introduced the new Ketenis free truck parking facility, which has 280 parking spaces and will also host fast chargers for electric trucks in the near future.After truck parking Goordijk (210 spaces) on the right bank of the Scheldt…

New Rail Mounted Gantry Cranes Ordered for London Gateway

Apr 19, 2023

DP World is investing £12 million in two new Rail Mounted Gantry (RMG) cranes at London Gateway to meet growing demand for rail connections from customers at the logistics hub, which will increase its capacity by a third when a new fourth berth opens next year…

South Carolina's Inland Port Dillon Posts Record Box Volumes

Apr 19, 2023

South Carolina Ports celebrates the five-year anniversary of Inland Port Dillon with record number of containers handled at the rail-served inland port in March.“It was five years ago — almost to the day — that we were here opening this facility…

CMA CGM Offers $5.5 Billion for Bollore Logistics Unit

Apr 18, 2023

French shipping group CMA CGM is offering 5 billion euros ($5.48 billion) for the logistics unit of Bollore, the family-run conglomerate said on Tuesday.For Bollore a deal would mean cutting ties with its biggest business while offering cash…

Canada's Port of Vancouver Expecting Record Cruise Season

Apr 17, 2023

Canada's Port of Vancouver welcomed the year's first cruise ship earlier this month, kicking off what is expected to be a record cruise season.In total, 331 cruise ships visits are scheduled for the Canada Place cruise terminal at the Port of Vancouver between April 12 and October 24…

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