Ports
20. April 2021

Interview with Cameron Thorpe

Mr. Cameron Thorpe is currently the CEO of DCT Gdansk – the largest container terminal in the Baltic Region. Mr. Thorpe spent thirteen years at…

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Ports
13. April 2021

Port of Koper’s Container terminal hit the historic record

The Container Terminal of the Port of Koper set a monthly record for container throughput last month – in March. In 31 days, the terminal handled…

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Ports
9. April 2021

Israel’s Eilat as an Alternative to Suez Canal?

Ever Given containership stuck in the Suez Canal disrupted the global supply chain largely. A long-discussed Red Sea-Mediterranean rail link comes to the picture once…

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Ports
8. April 2021

The alternatives to Suez Canal

Although the Egyptians have successfully resolved the Ever Given blockage of the Suez Canal within a week, we can not turn away from the fact that…

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Ports
7. April 2021

The impact of the Suez Canal blockage on European ports

Although the Suez Canal being back in business, the blockage exposed a larger crisis in the shipping industry. And in Sweden, they have a perfect…

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Ports
30. March 2021

The Suez Canal is back in business

The 400m-long Ever Given containership that has been stuck for almost a week has been finally freed, paving the way to open the critical waterway….

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Ports
25. March 2021

The ‘megaship’ Ever Given blocking Suez canal partially refloated

Egypt’s Suez Canal, one of the world’s busiest trade routes, has become blocked after one of the largest container ships in the world became wedged…

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Ports
25. February 2021

Antwerp and Bruges have agreed to merge their ports

The ports of Antwerp and Zeebrugge to join forces.The agreement marking the beginning of a unification process, expected to be completed in a year,…

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