Ports & Logistics

3 Aug 2022

MPA Suspends Glencore’s Licence

Following an inquiry into fuel contamination earlier this year, the MPA Singapore has decided to suspend Glencore's bunker permit for two months.

MPA Suspends Glencore’s Licence
2 Aug 2022

Additional Fee at NY & New Jersey Port Due to Container Pile Up

In effort to ease container congestion, the Port of New York & New Jersey unveiled new fees based on export volume and empty container weight.

Additional Fee at NY & New Jersey Port Due to Container Pile Up
2 Aug 2022

MoU Signed by Rotterdam & Singapore Ports

MoU signed by the Port Authorities of Rotterdam and Singapore to create the longest green and digital shipping corridor in the world to date.

MoU Signed by Rotterdam & Singapore Ports
28 Jul 2022

Strike Over Pay Affects the Largest Container Port in the UK

Felixstowe port expected to shut down next month as a result of country's largest union members majority supporting strike action over salary.

Strike Over Pay Affects the Largest Container Port in the UK
25 Jul 2022

Three Major Companies Plan to Bunker LNG in Egypt

EGAS, Kanfer Shipping, Leth Suez Transit hope to work with commodities traders to develop strategic, competitive LNG bunkering hub in Suez Canal.

Three Major Companies Plan to Bunker LNG in Egypt
24 Jul 2022

Over 20,000 Pounds of Khat Seized by US Officials

According to statement by Customs & Border Protection, authorities in the US confiscated over 20,000 pounds of the drug-producing plant khat.

Over 20,000 Pounds of Khat Seized by US Officials
22 Jul 2022

Port of Oakland Shut Down Due to Trucker Protest

The Port of Oakland’s three marine terminals were only partially operational on Thursday, and the biggest facility was shut down.

Port of Oakland Shut Down Due to Trucker Protest
20 Jul 2022

Dockworkers in Liverpool to Vote on Strike Over Pay

In a disagreement over wages and working conditions, hundreds of dockworkers in Liverpool will cast their votes to decide whether to strike.

Dockworkers in Liverpool to Vote on Strike Over Pay
19 Jul 2022

First Container Ship Link from Scotland to China Launched

Intro of new direct connection from Scotland to China and vice versa is expected to benefit Scottish industries like food and drink.

First Container Ship Link from Scotland to China Launched
19 Jul 2022

Hydrogen Supply Chain from Portugal to Netherlands in Place

Study of green hydrogen supply network between Portugal & NL to be led by a consortium of Anthony Veder, Engie, Vopak, and Shell New Energies NL.

Hydrogen Supply Chain from Portugal to Netherlands in Place
18 Jul 2022

Macquarie Invests in Brazil Port Operator CLI

Australian Macquarie to invest in Brazilian port industry by purchasing stake in operator CLI and funding a 260 million dollar arrangement.

Macquarie Invests in Brazil Port Operator CLI
14 Jul 2022

Israel Sells Haifa Port for $1.2 Billion

Israel sells major trade hub on the Mediterranean coast Haifa Port. India’s Adani Ports & Gadot win bid for 4.1 billion shekels ($1.18 billion).

Israel Sells Haifa Port for $1.2 Billion
14 Jul 2022

Families of Beirut Port Victims File Lawsuit in US

Family of the victims of Lebanon’s 2020 port blast filed a $250m lawsuit in Texas against a US firm for its suspected links to the tragedy.

Families of Beirut Port Victims File Lawsuit in US
13 Jul 2022

China Exports Recovers, Global Risks Weaken

As factories hopped-up after COVID lifting lockdown China’s exports increased at highest speed in 5 months in June. But rocky roads are ahead.

China Exports Recovers, Global Risks Weaken
13 Jul 2022

Singapore Still World's Top Maritime Hub

Singapore keeps status as the top maritime hub for the 9th consecutive year in the Xinhua-Baltic Int. Shipping Centre Development Index Report

Singapore Still World's Top Maritime Hub