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Eddie Stobart starts rail service from London port as Brexit looms

London - Eddie Stobart Logistics is starting a rail service from the London port of Tilbury to Daventry, where major retailers including Amazon have distribution centres, as uncertainty rises over Brexit

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China to step up efforts to accelerate free trade port construction

Beijing - China will step up efforts to accelerate free trade port construction this year, a further step to build on the success of free trade zones across the country, the Ministry of Commerce said.

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Los Angeles port sets all-time cargo record

Los Angeles - The Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach on Wednesday said they set all-time records for moving cargo in 2018, after U.S. retailers and manufacturers pulled forward imports to avoid higher tariffs on Chinese goods

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France triggers “hard Brexit” plan, to invest in ports and airports

Paris - France has put in motion a contingency plan to deal with an eventual “hard Brexit,” Prime Minister Edouard Philippe said on Thursday, including 50 million euros of investments to help ports and airports cope

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“Ports, North and Med still far away” / INTERVIEW

Genova - At the beginning of 2019, BIMCO, has published an overview of the year that awaits global shipping, in the dry and liquid cargo and container sectors. Peter Sand, BIMCO’s chief shipping analyst, answers for a focus on the prospects of maritime transport in Europe

Siemens-Alstom rail deal, decision by Feb. 18
Qatar’s ports record highest annual growth

Qatar’s ports record highest annual growth

Doha - Qatar’s ports have delivered an impressive performance last year with all round growth in all the segments. The ports in the country achieved highest annual performance in containers, vessels and livestock segments in 2018

China’s new international land-sea corridor
Antwerp port looks to capacity expansion

Antwerp port looks to capacity expansion

Antwerp - Belgium’s Antwerp port has confirmed a need for additional container handling capacity as the port concluded 2018 with expected growth in all types of cargo. Jacques Vandermeiren, ceo of Antwerp Port Authority, highlighted that the port is already far beyond its optimum capacity limits in the terminals

Peljesac, Neum: the bridge of discord

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