• Abu Dhabi Ports hosts MoU signing between SIDDCO...

    Abu Dhabi Ports hosted the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between SIDDCO Group and Istituto Italiano della Saldatura (ISS), that will see the two organizations collaborate to provide internationally recognised training and certification programmes to Emirati and non-Emirati professionals in Abu Dhabi and across the United Arab Emirates (UAE). 

  • Vizag port attracts global attention

    Visakhapatnam Port is turning into cynosure of all eyes with several diplomats and business delegations from all over the world evincing interest to know its expansion plan and its role in developing Visakhapatnam into a smart city.

  • Governors to Intervene in Port Labor Disputes

    Legislation that would amend the federal Taft-Hartley Act to allow governors to intervene in port labor disputes rather than being required to ask the White House to do so was introduced in the U.S. Congress last week by Senator Cory Gardner (R-Colo.), a member of the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee.

  • In recognition of its outstanding performance...

    Drydocks World and Maritime World, the leading provider of maritime and offshore services to the shipping, oil, gas and energy sectors has received the prestigious 8th Cycle Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Business Award in the Manufacturing Category.


Oakland Sees No Impact from Canal Expansion

Bigger ships may be using the newly widened Panama Canal, but they’re not bypassing Oakland to get there, said the Port as it announced that the wider canal locks have not dented its business.


Georgia Ports now fully operational

The Savannah River channel reopened for commercial traffic Wednesday morning with 11 vessels transiting the channel by mid-afternoon, nine of which were being worked at Garden City Terminal and two at Ocean Terminal.


US ports reopen after Hurricane Matthew

Ports from Miami to Hampton Roads resumed cargo operations Monday after Hurricane Matthew interrupted cargo activity for several days but left ports with much less damage than feared.