Oil steadies after death of Iran’s president, Saudi king’s ill health

Oil prices held steady on Monday amid political uncertainty in major producing countries after Iran’s president died in a helicopter crash and Saudi Arabia’s crown prince deferred a trip to Japan on account of his father, the king’s, health. Brent crude was down 35 cents at $83.63 a barrel by 1205...


CLARION Project Takes the Lead in Strengthening European Ports’ Resilience

On 7th – 8th May 2024, CLARION Project was kicked off in Rotterdam and Delft, The Netherlands. Funded by the Horizon Europe Programme (Project 101147041 — CLARION) and coordinated by TU Delft, Faculty of Civil Engineering and Geosciences, the Geotechnical Engineering Section, CLARION is dedicated...


Shipping Corporation of India consolidated net profit declines 19.12% in the March 2024 quarter

Net profit of Shipping Corporation of India declined 19.12% to Rs 307.28 crore in the quarter ended March 2024 as against Rs 379.91 crore during the previous quarter ended March 2023. Sales declined 0.39% to Rs 1412.54 crore in the quarter ended March 2024 as against Rs 1418.14 crore during the...


For APM Terminals’ Patricia de Waal it’s a marriage made in… a container terminal

Ahead of the International Day for Women in Maritime (May 18), we bring you the story of one woman, speaking for the thousands of women who work for APM Terminals, contributing to global trade, and taking their rightful place in our workforce. Patricia de Waal started work as a Straddle Carrier...


Port of Valencia: April traffics show an upturn in the export sector

Valenciaport’s terminals have confirmed in April that the Spanish export sector is in a reactivation phase. After a period of stagnation and declines, the Valencian terminals are returning to positive signs and increases in cargo traffic (full containers) leaving Valenciaport for other countries...


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