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  • December 2014

  • Tehran: Increased capacity for handling larger ships at Chabahar Port will soon lead to the re-activation of a regular direct shipping line between Chabahar and major world ports, the Iranian president’s adviser on free zones affairs has said. The upgrade of shipping service will soon allow ships of over 1,500 teu to sail. The region’s […]

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  • Dubai: Shareholders have voted to back DP World’s decision to delist from the London Stock Exchange on approximately January 21, 2015. The terminal operator said last month it would maintain its NASDAQ Dubai listing, which is “a sound base” for DP World’s international shareholder base. The group said there is no material benefit in maintaining […]

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  • Abu Dhabi: Abu Dhabi Ports Company (ADPC) yesterday launched Maqta Gateway, a new innovative port community system (PCS) project. The Gateway is a state-of-the-art system that connects ports, exporters, importers, shipping lines, customs and government agencies involved in Abu Dhabi’s import and export trade business. It offers all parties a single point of contact and […]

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  • Cairo: The containership involved in Sunday’s tragic collision with a fishing vessel on the Suez Canal was the 6,921-teu vessel Al Safat (pictured), operated by United Arab Shipping Co (UASC), sources have confirmed to GulfShip News. “She is presently detained by the Egyptian Navy, pending completion of the investigation with the crew, which just started […]

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  • Mumbai: The Indian ownership structure of the proposed vehicle to invest in an Iranian port has been fixed. Mumbai’s Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust will take a 60% equity in the Indian company to be formed for developing Chabahar port in southeastern Iran. Kandla Port Trust (KPT) will hold the remaining equity. The special purpose vehicle […]

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  • Cairo: The death toll from a tragic collision between a containership and a fishing vessel yesterday morning on the Suez Canal has risen to 15. A Panamanian-flagged boxship, which some local media has claimed is Kuwaiti-owned, slammed into a fishing vessel with 40 Egyptian crew onboard yesterday. At least another three people are thought to […]

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  • Muscat: Building of the planned agro-bulk terminal at Sohar Port is expected to commence in March next year. The first-of-its-kind agro-bulk terminal in the region will handle 700,000 tonnes of grain and 1m tonnes of raw sugar imports once it is fully operational. It is projected to cost $168m. [14/12/14]

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  • Dubai: Iran’s maritime renaissance continues with news authorities are looking to bolster port throughputs throughout the nation. As it stands the nation’s ports can handle a combined 185m tons a year. Under plans revealed this week the aim is to increase the nation’s ports’ combined annual throughput to 210m tons. This year Iran’s ports are […]

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  • Saudi Arabian authorities have earmarked a USD 30 billion investment for development of the country’s port infrastructure and shipping sector. The investment forms part of a USD 100 billion strategy aimed at bolstering transport and logistics in the country by 2020 as need for larger and ever more complex ports increases. The plans have been […]

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