Ports of Los Angeles, Long Beach must mitigate high carbon emissions amid record cargo volume, says activist group
The San Pedro Bay Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach announced that they continued their record high volume streak of cargo moved in July.
In response to the growing need for supply chains to be more resilient and agile, PSA has developed and launched more than 50 Application Programming
The Port of New York and New Jersey will implement a new quarterly container imbalance fee for ocean carriers as part of the seaport’s multi-pronged
Port of Tanjung Pelepas becomes first container terminal in Malaysia to surpass 1 million TEUs a month
Port of Tanjung Pelepas (PTP), a joint venture between Malaysia-based MMC Group and Netherlands based APM Terminals hits historic milestone
Commentary by Vivek Srivastava, Senior Trade Analyst at VesselsValue. Several major container ports on the US East Coast are experiencing elevated
The International Association of Ports and Harbors (IAPH) welcomes the international agreement reached last Friday July 22 to establish a
After more than two years of chronic delays in container shipping, shippers are finally seeing continuing improvements in both transit
TT Club urges IMO Member States to increase container, cargo inspections and submit reports urgently
Past reporting of inspections carried out has been sparse. In welcoming the IMO’s revised guidelines for inspections, the international freight transport insurer TT Club exhorts governments
Singapore has secured the top spot once again in the Xinhua-Baltic International Shipping Centre Development Index Report. It is the ninth consecutive year that the
Digitalization undeniably results in significant efficiency gains, safer and more resilient supply chains, and lower emissions. The impact would also extend far beyond the maritime
The new P4G-Getting to Zero Coalition report “Shipping’s Energy Transition: Strategic Opportunities in South Africa” finds that South Africa, with its strong maritime connections and
The MDS Transmodal (MDST) research, commissioned by Global Shippers Forum (GSF) found that global ports lost over a third of their expected capacity to ship
Port Klang and Port of Tanjung Pelepas (PTP) will be investing in their infrastructure to increase handling capacity in line with trade growth. Transport Minister
PSA Singapore and the Agency for Science, Technology and Research’s (A*STAR’s) Institute of High Performance Computing (IHPC) have signed a research collaboration agreement to jointly
The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Maritime Administration (MARAD) announced nearly US$450 million in newly available grant funding for port-related projects through the Port Infrastructure Development
In spite of external economic and supply chain challenges.
The Malaysian port in the east coast wants to ensure energy efficiency, sustainability of the port’s ecosystem and to intensify digitalization.
Singapore retains the number 1 spot in the Leading Maritime Cities (LMC) report conducted by DNV and Menon. Singapore’s strong performance across the board sees it
Amid the current supply chain disruptions, the many challenges facing the maritime industry, the changing strategic landscape, and to better position Singapore competitively in a
MARINA enters pacts for financing packages, digital innovation.