APM Terminals Pipavav Creates Record in Limestone Discharge

Pipavav: Port Wings News Network: APM Terminals Pipavav, one of the leading gateway ports in Western India, has achieved productivity milestone in limestone discharge in bulk operation. The Port discharged the limestone vessel “MV El Matador’ within 46 hours, at the discharge rate of 31,263 MT per day. The vessel …

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Editorial: At A Low Ebb

Chennai, 2 Feb 2022: Schedule reliability among the major container shipping lines hit a new low at the end of 2021 with the expectation being that with continuing port congestion there is unlikely to be a significant improvement. New data from Sea-Intelligence shows that containerships’ ability to maintain published schedules …

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APSEZ 9M FY22 – Cargo Volume up 22% & Total Revenue up 35%

Chennai: Port Wings News Network: Adani Ports and Special Economic Zone Ltd (“APSEZ”), the largest transport utility in India and a part of the diversified Adani Portfolio, on 1 February announced its results for the third quarter and nine months ended 31 December 2021. In Q3 FY22, cargo volume was …

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Sonowal Reviews Green Project Initiatives in Major Ports

Mumbai: Port Wings News Network: On 29 January, Sarbananda Sonowal, Union Minister of Ports, Shipping and Waterways, chaired a meeting with all major ports, CSL and IWAI to review the progress on various green initiatives implemented as per Maritime India Vision 2030 for the developments of green ports and green …

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Gujarat Maritime University, ISWAN Join Forces To Investigate Issues Related to Recruitment and Placement of Indian Seafarers

Chennai: Port Wings News Network: Gujarat Maritime University (GMU) and the International Seafarers’ Welfare and Assistance Network (ISWAN) have collaborated on a joint research project to understand the challenges that Indian seafarers face when looking for work at sea and the issues that arise when they are duped by fraudulent …

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Editorial: Who Controls Subsea Cables?

Chennai, 26 Jan 2022: These provisions go back to not long after the first international submarine communication cable was laid between Britain and France in 1850 – it was destroyed by a French fishing vessel within 24 hours.By 1858, the age of submarine cables and international communication had begun with …

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