GIC, Singapore’s sovereign wealth fund, has acquired a 10% interest in Terminal Investment Limited, the sixth largest container terminal operator in the world.
Lee Kok Leong, our special correspondent, talks to Angelo de Jong, chief projects officer, Abu Dhabi Terminals, on the Khalifa Port Container Terminal expansion and his secret for making sure the project is a success.
IMO maritime single window project in Antigua and Barbuda has been completed. The source code for the system will now be made available to other countries who need it.
The aim is to make cross-border trade simpler and the logistics chain more efficient, for the more than 10 billion tons of goods which are traded by sea annually across the globe.
Lee Kok Leong, our special correspondent, talks to Raoul Tan, business manager digital development, Port of Rotterdam, and finds out that a smart port is not all about having the latest and most advanced technology. It is, in...
For the Port of Rotterdam, it is about using technology to help customers. Lee Kok Leong reports on how the port is leveraging on the IoT to save one hour in berthing time which can amount to US$80,000...
2019 is a year for dry cargo owners to prepare their vessels in view of landmark changes in shipping.
50 years ago, in March 1969, Hapag and Norddeutscher Lloyd set up a mutual Dangerous Goods department and became the first shipping lines with a dedicated team for safety and security on board and on land.
“The 2020 global sulphur cap will be the regulatory game changer of the decade with profound implications for the economics of shipping.”
Cost and time savings are two major benefits of a new cloud-based terminal operating system being rolled out at WW Solutions’ terminals around the world.