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Container throughput at the Port of Hong Kong continued to slide in June, falling 4.5% overall to 1.67m teu, although this was the slowest pace of decline so far this year.
News ID: 80126    Publish Date : 2018/07/17

Germany’s Port of Hamburg saw a 7.5 percent decline in its total throughput during the first quarter of this year.
News ID: 80038    Publish Date : 2018/05/22

King Abdullah Port landed the eighth spot among the world’s fastest growing ports for 2017, according to Alphaliner, the global leader in analyzing maritime transport data, port capabilities and the future of vessels and shipping route development.
News ID: 78784    Publish Date : 2018/04/13

Europe's third-largest container port, Port of Hamburg, is preparing for the future with improved infrastructure and digitalization.
News ID: 78580    Publish Date : 2018/02/19

Singapore container port handled 33.7m teu last year up 8.9% on 2016, however, volumes were still marginally lower than the record year of 2014.
News ID: 78115    Publish Date : 2018/01/14

Cargo throughput at major ports globally maintained an upward trend in the third quarter of this year, according to the Global Port Development Report issued by Shanghai International Shipping Institute (SISI).
News ID: 77833    Publish Date : 2017/12/23

A recovering economy helped China Merchants Port Holdings to a 9% rise in first half throughput to 50.2m teu, from 46.1m teu previously, which in turn led to a 9% rise in pre-tax profit contribution from the core ports segment of HKD5.9bn ($754m) and accounting for 79% of total profits.
News ID: 76032    Publish Date : 2017/09/02

King Abdullah Port (KAP) in Saudi Arabia saw a 14% jump in container volumes in the first half of 2017.
News ID: 75881    Publish Date : 2017/08/26

Underscoring an upturn in container shipping global boxport volumes grew 6.7% in the first half of 2017, and forecast at 6% for the year as a whole by Alphaliner.
News ID: 75657    Publish Date : 2017/08/16

As a higher base effect started to kick in, throughput at the port of Hong Kong slowed dramatically in June, with overall volumes almost flat at 1.66m teu and rising by just a couple of tens of thousands of containers from the previous corresponding period.
News ID: 75076    Publish Date : 2017/07/21

Container volumes at the port of Singapore have risen in June compared to the year-ago level, according to preliminary estimates from the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA).
News ID: 74950    Publish Date : 2017/07/15

Monday June 26 is the first anniversary of the inauguration of the Expanded Panama Canal.
News ID: 74667    Publish Date : 2017/06/28

The Port of Hong Kong continues to keep recovering from the slump of the past two years, with container throughput rising 13.4% to 1.85m teu in May.
News ID: 74529    Publish Date : 2017/06/18

In the first quarter of 2017, the Port of Hamburg’s total throughput was up by 1.7 percent at 35.4 million tons.
News ID: 74191    Publish Date : 2017/05/29

Lloyd’s List published top 100 International container ports.
News ID: 74029    Publish Date : 2017/05/22

Singapore has handled higher container throughput in April compared to the year-ago volume, according to statistics released by the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA).
News ID: 73964    Publish Date : 2017/05/16

Throughput at China’s top container ports grew strongly in March supporting signs of improved performance by the overall economy during the first quarter of the year.
News ID: 73638    Publish Date : 2017/04/28

Singapore’s PSA International (PSA) posted a dip in profit while container handling volumes rose in 2016 compared to the previous year.
News ID: 73120    Publish Date : 2017/03/26

Container volumes increased by 3.2% in 2016 in Mexican ports according to figures published by the Mexican Secretariat of Communications and Transport, which oversees the port system.
News ID: 72461    Publish Date : 2017/02/19

Containerised cargo moved by Panamanian ports fell 9.1% in 2016, the first time such a decrease has been recorded since the 2008 – 2009 economic crisis.
News ID: 72360    Publish Date : 2017/02/15

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