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Italy plans Capri port sale
By LBR Staff Writer
The government of Italy is planning to sell off the port of Capri which is one of the five ports being considered for sale for an estimated €50m.
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Ports of Auckland launches freight hub at Port of Plenty
By LBR Staff Writer
Ports of Auckland is opening a Port of Plenty intermodal freight hub to provide exporters more choice and to enhance access to overseas markets.
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Saudi warplanes attack north Yemeni port
By LBR Staff Writer
Yemen's Red Sea port that is the primary entry point for aid supplies to the northern part of the country was attacked by Saudi-led warplanes.
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Adani Port to build Vizhinjam seaport for $1.15bn
By LBR Staff Writer
India’s Adani Ports and Special Economic Zone (APSEZ) and the government of Kerala have signed an agreement for the construction of the Vizhinjam seaport at a cost of INR75,250m ($1.15bn).
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European Investment Bank provides €100m loan for Dublin port upgrade
By LBR Staff Writer
The European Investment Bank (EIB) will provide a €100m loan for the upgrade of the Dublin Port located on either side of the River Liffey.
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Massive blast in Tianjin city’s warehouse kills 44
By LBR Staff Writer
A massive blast at the port in the Chinese city of Tianjin has killed at least 44 people and injured around 400.
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Toll Group opens new intermodal freight facility at Port of Fremantle
By LBR Staff Writer
Australia’s Toll Group has opened a $20m intermodal freight unit at the Port of Fremantle in the western part of the country.
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Panama Canal implements draft restrictions for cargo due to El Nino
By LBR Staff Writer
The Panama Canal Authority has announced that it will temporarily implement draft restrictions for all shipping agents, owners and operators due to the drought caused by El Nino.
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Egypt opens $8bn Suez Canal expansion
By LBR Staff Writer
Egypt has opened the new Suez Canal that cost the country $8bn and took a year to build.
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DP World Australia enters new 50-year lease agreement with Port of Melbourne
By LBR Staff Writer
Dubai-based stevedoring company DP World’s Australian unit has signed a new 50-year lease agreement with the Port of Melbourne wherein the company’s rent will increase to between A$25 to A$29 per square metre for the West Swanson Terminal.
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DP World investing $1.6bn on upgrade of Dubai port
By LBR Staff Writer
Dubai-based port operator DP World has announced that it is building a new container terminal worth $1.6bn in Dubai to accommodate the growing demand for more capacity and bigger vessels.
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Kuehne + Nagel starts pharma LCL services connecting Belgium with Singapore and Australia
By LBR Staff Writer
Switzerland based transportation firm Kuehne + Nagel will launch two new Pharma Less-than-Container-Load (LCL) Reefer services from Geel in Belgium to Singapore and Sydney in Australia.
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SARS introduces new cargo scanner at Cape Town Harbour in South Africa
By LBR Staff Writer
South African Revenue Services (SARS) has unveiled a new cargo container scanner at Cape Town Harbour which is aimed at prevention of illegal trade activities in the country.
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Hanjin Group opens 17th creative economy and innovation center in South Korea
By LBR Staff Writer
South Korean conglomerate The Hanjin Group in collaboration with the Ministry of Science, ICT and Future Planning has unveiled a new creative economy and innovation center in Songdo, Incheon City.
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Port Logistics Group starts new operations at Savannah, US
By LBR Staff Writer
US based gateway logistics service provider Port Logistics Group has started new operations in Savannah, Georgia with two new distribution customers.
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