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Every port can do something regards to sustainability, IAPH chief says

According to the Chief of the International Association of Ports and Harbours (IAPH) every port can do something with regards to sustainability, but they have to choose exactly on what they’re going to focus so that they do it perfectly. In 2018 IAPH launched the ‘World Ports Sustainability Programme’ in line with UN’s 17 SDGs. 

Klaipeda oil terminal sees dredging project to serve larger tankers

Terminal operator JSC Klaipėdos nafta (KN) collaborates with the Klaipėda State Seaport Authority (KSSA), by signing a tripartite agreement on re-constructing the KN oil terminal’s berth No1, along with the winners of the public tender. The cost of the first phase works assigned to KN amounts to just over EUR 1.7 million, with the reconstruction work scheduled to begin within a month.

Philippine’s SBITC announces containerised grain handling

Subic Bay International Terminal Corporation (SBITC) announced that it is able to handle containerized grain shipments. The Philippines-based terminal is now importing shipments of grain such as rice, wheat, corn, and soybean meal in a first for the Philippines.

JAXPORT provides up to 26,000 area jobs, report says

According to a new study by maritime research firm Martin Associates, the Jacksonville Port Authority’s cargo activity provides tens of thousands of jobs. The study focuses on impacts arising from marine cargo handled at the public and private marine facilities for 2018.

Abu Dhabi’s KIZAD waives charges for 75% of services

Khalifa Industrial Zone Abu Dhabi (KIZAD), an Abu Dhabi Ports subsidiary announced that it has waived charges for 75% of services, following Abu Dhabi Government plan to attract further investment into the emirate. The new fee structure will be applicable from this month onwards.


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