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News & Analysis
12 Nov 2013
North European ports are expected to see “relatively strong growth” in the first half of 2014, despite the “miserable results” forecast for 2013...
11 Nov 2013
In the last decade, Italy’s Port of Livorno has become increasingly reliant on roll-on, roll-off traffic, signifying a shift in the port’s long-term outlook.
06 Nov 2013
Major merger and acquisition activity in the global transportation and logistics industry was nothing spectacular in the third quarter, but a potential wave of privatization of ports, airports and roadways could energize the market in the coming year.
06 Nov 2013
Greek longshoremen have joined a 24-hour nationwide strike today called by labor unions to protest austerity measures imposed by international lenders on the crisis-mired country.
04 Nov 2013
London Gateway, the first major new port to be built in the U.K. for several decades, will open for business on the north bank of the River Thames on Wednesday, Nov. 6.
01 Nov 2013
France’s Port of Le Havre has welcomed the maiden call of the Glovis Condor, a roll-on, roll-off vessel owned by Glovis, a South Korean company.
31 Oct 2013
Rotterdam’s container traffic declined 1 percent year-over-year in the first nine months of 2013 as the impact of a sluggish European economy was compounded by the loss of traffic to its German rivals.
29 Oct 2013
The Port of Cleveland is in final negotiations with the Dutch company Spliethoff Group to run a global container service between the Great Lakes and Europe via the Saint Lawrence Seaway.
25 Oct 2013
Despite the Port of Antwerp’s cargo volume increase of 3 percent year-over-year in the first nine months of 2013, the gain was offset by an almost matching decline in its key container traffic.