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Savannah container trade up 12 percent in September 2018

2018-10-20T10:00:42+02:00

“The Georgia Ports Authority achieved a 12 percent increase in containerized trade at the Port of Savannah in September, along with a 37.6 percent increase in roll-on/roll-off trade at the Port of Brunswick, the company said in its…

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Port of Rotterdam partnering on blockchain pilot

2018-10-20T09:00:28+02:00

” The Port of Rotterdam Authority, Samsung SDS and ABN AMRO are preparing to launch a container logistics blockchain pilot. The ultimate goal is for a complete, paperless integration of physical, administrative and financial…

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Del Monte will invest in container ships

2018-10-20T06:00:09+02:00

“Not everyone is just as fast at the trigger. This applies, inter alia, to the American Fruit Giant Del Monte. According to Tradewinds, the company has a fleet of 11 reefer and reefer / ro-ro, but not a single container ship. It is…

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APMT Invests in West African Ports, but Not Lagos

2018-10-20T05:00:41+02:00

“APM Terminals is investing billions of dollars in West Africa seaports – but not in Lagos, the current (and much-maligned) container port hub for the region. ” To learn more, see the original story in Maritime…

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