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Two major European ports join forces

Antwerp and Bruges have agreed to merge the two cities' ports in an effort to strengthen their position in the global supply chain. The merger is expected to take a year.

Antwerp broke its own container record in 2015

Europe's second-largest container port reports steady growth in the total amount of handled freight in the past year. Container grew big-time while oil and dry bulk volumes noted a more modest growth.

Busan unveils major port expansion

With new expansion plans, Korea's Busan Port aims to handle 13 million TEU of transshipment cargo by 2020, ranking it number two in the world.

Europe's major ports gain strength from container

Europe's two largest container ports, Rotterdam and Antwerp, can look back on a strong first half of the year with massive growth. The positive development is especially attributable to the container market, where bigger ships and news alliances are pushing volumes upwards, they write.

Antwerp Port starts 2015 in strong form

The major Belgian port grew 5.9 percent overall in the first three months of the year. The port authority is pleased with the result, but warns against excessive optimism in a shipping market that remains challenged.

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