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WATCH: Transport reform in focus

Business Day 11 Jun 2024
... while Durban’s port also features in the bottom 10 out of 405 surveyed places.

Cleanup Underway After Oil Spill Impacts Antwerp’s Container Terminal

The Maritime Executive 07 Jun 2024
After reports of the spill, the port suspended operations in the area and launched a survey and recovery effort ... The survey showed that some of the vessels were “stained” and port officials ...

Yangshan and Salalah top container port efficiency index

Seatrade Maritime News 05 Jun 2024
The survey covers 405 ports globally that had a minimum of 24 valid port calls in the 12-month period ... The Port of New York and New Jersey was ranked at 92 in the survey, while US West Coast gateway ...

Third, final large segment of Baltimore’s Key Bridge lifted out of water Tuesday morning

Baltimore Sun 04 Jun 2024
Key Bridge Response Unified Command crews are now set to pull smaller chunks of debris out of the water before reopening the full 700-foot-wide channel into the Port of Baltimore.

Floating Offshore Wind Targets to be Missed as Realism Hits Industy

The Maritime Executive 01 Jun 2024
In the survey, half of the stakeholders cited standardization of floating technology, manufacturing capability and capacity, and port infrastructure as three major challenges that will impede project deployment.

Are geopolitics and tariffs distorting supply chains?

Seatrade Maritime News 31 May 2024
On the ground the reality has been that cargo is again being rolled over in key Asian ports, with Sand saying that a survey of shippers that it completed recently returned figures of 80% that had seen ...

DNV Advises on Port State Control Campaigns

MarineLink 29 May 2024
The Australian Maritime and Safety Authority (AMSA) has announced that the PSC rectification survey performed after a detention in one of its ports must be carried out with physical attendance.

City of Port Lavaca rolls out MyPLTxT messaging

Tyler Morning Telegraph 29 May 2024
“We looked at this option in response to feedback received when we conducted City of Port Lavaca Comprehensive Plan Survey last year,” Interim City Manager Jody Weaver said. “As part of the survey results, it became clear that our community ....

Researchers unveil the mechanisms for local amplification of 2024 tsunamis in Iida Bay, Japan

Phys Dot Org 28 May 2024
Tsunamis over three meters high were concentrated primarily in Iida Bay, with the area surrounding Ukai Fishing Port being most widely flooded by the tsunami. Aerial photos and field surveys revealed ...

6.3 magnitude earthquake strikes Vanuatu

Sott 26 May 2024
A 6.3-magnitude earthquake struck Vanuatu on Saturday (May 25), according to the United States Geological Survey. The natural disaster was centered in Port-Vila at a depth ...

6.4 earthquake strikes Vanuatu

NewstalkZB 26 May 2024
The quake had a preliminary magnitude of 6.3 when it hit at 9.23 am local time, the US Geological Survey said. Its epicentre was 83 kilometres northwest of the capital, Port Vila, at a depth of 29 ...

Earthquake today: 6.3 magnitude tremor hits South Pacific Island Vanuatu; no reports of tsunami risk or damage

Live Mint 26 May 2024
local time, the US Geological Survey said. Its epicentre was 83 kilometres northwest of the capital, Port Vila, at a depth of 29 kilometers.The Hawaii-based Pacific Tsunami Warning Centre said there ...

Strong earthquake hits Vanuatu but no reports of tsunami risk or damage

Wtop 26 May 2024
Geological Survey said. Its epicenter was 83 kilometers (52 miles) northwest of the capital, Port Vila, at a depth of 29 kilometers (18 miles) ... Vanessa Apuary, a Port Vila hotel worker, said the ...

6.3-magnitude quake hits Vanuatu 26 May 2024
SUVA, May 26 (Xinhua) -- An earthquake with a magnitude of 6.3 jolted 83 km north-northwest of Port-Vila, capital of ... Geological Survey (USGS) said.

Port: Former Democratic-NPL congressional candidate says North Dakota HHS 'put us through hell'

Grand Forks Herald 22 May 2024
MORE FROM ROB PORT. Port ... Port ... Port. Majority in North Dakota Chamber survey say Trump shouldn't pick Burgum as vice president ... Opinion by Rob Port. Rob Port is a news reporter, columnist, and podcast ...

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Russian vessels conduct missile drills in Atlantic on way to Cuba
Foto del Servicio de Prensa del Ministerio de Defensa ruso vía AP
FILE - Russian President Vladimir Putin, center left, and North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un, center right, examine a launch pad during their meeting at the Vostochny cosmodrome outside the city of Tsiolkovsky, about 200 kilometers (125 miles) from the city of Blagoveshchensk in the far eastern Amur region, Russia, on Wednesday, Sept. 13, 2023. North Korean leader Kim hailed the country's relationship with Russia on Wednesday, June 12, 2024, as reports suggest that Russian President Putin will soon visit the isolated country for his third meeting with Kim.
AP / Mikhail Metzel, Sputnik, Kremlin Pool Photo via AP, File