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The Port of Gothenburg handles more containers

The Port of Gothenburg handled slightly more containers in the first nine months of the year, compared to the same period the year before. This development came despite challenging market conditions in several segments, writes the port.

APM Terminals considers selling a Rotterdam terminal

APM Terminals allegedly considers selling the oldest of its two terminals in Rotterdam, sources inform analyst firm Alphaliner. Maersk declines to comment on the rumors but says that it is keeping its options open.

Port workers take APM Terminals to labor court

Swedish port workers organized in the Swedish Dockworkers' Union have taken APM Terminals to labor court. This is due to the protracted conflict between the two parties, which ended with a deal in the spring.

Port of Hamburg returns to growth in first quarter

The Port of Hamburg rediscovers a growth path and raises handled volumes in a first quarter in which a four-fold increase in container cargoes from the US made the country the port's most important trade partner after China.

Bunker supplier temporarily banned from world's biggest port

Port authorities have temporarily banned a bunker supplier from operating in the world's biggest bunker port following inspection. According to the inspection firm, the ban is due to the use of magnets to affect mass flow meters, writes Ship & Bunker.

New license to combat bunker problems in Rotterdam

The Dutch shipowners have for years been working to introduce a new licensing scheme in order to resolve the bunker problems in Rotterdam. Suppliers, meanwhile, say that shipping companies also carry some of the responsibility.

Rotterdam is concerned about reports of bunker problems

The Port of Rotterdam is considering mass flow meters as one of several measures to combat bunker problems, says a spokesperson from the port after several shipping companies told ShippingWatch that they are experiencing problems with undersupply.

Carriers frustrated by bunker problems in Rotterdam

Several shipping companies are experiencing problems when they tank fuel for their ships in Rotterdam. One company is now considering taking matters into its own hands with an unconventional proposal for its suppliers.

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