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PORTS & TERMINALS

A global mapping of container ports and individual terminals, from major hubs to small outports.

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Compare carriers’ direct port pair products and transit times.

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Trade War Impacts Weigh on America’s Busiest Port

Wed 11 Dec 14:00

“Throughput volumes at the United States’ busiest container port, the Port of Los Angeles, declined as predicted in November as the U.S.-China Trade War continues to impact American imports and exports.” See the original story…

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India’s private ports begin to feel pinch from trade headwinds

Wed 11 Dec 13:00

“Indian ports have thus far been insulated — to an extent — from the effects of global economic headwinds on container shipping volumes, but the latest country-wide port figures could set alarm bells ringing for a country that’s…

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Abu Dhabi Ports plans $1bln Khalifa expansion

Wed 11 Dec 13:00

“State-owned Abu Dhabi Ports Company said on Wednesday it was investing 3.8 billion dirhams ($1.03 billion) in an expansion of Khalifa Port which will help increase capacity.” See the original story at Zawya. Source: Zawya (JK)

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Port of Rotterdam Points to Dramatic Rise in Sale of Low-Sulphur…

Wed 11 Dec 12:00

“The Port of Rotterdam, Europe’s largest bunker port, has seen a major spike in the sale of the new very low sulphur fuel bunker oil (VLSFO) with a maximum 0.5% sulphur.” See the original story at World Maritime News. Source:…

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