Ports and Terminals

New shipping line connects Antwerp with Morocco

Operating under the name Camabe Line, Moroccan shipping agency Idea Maroc and Dutch shipping company Vertom Shipping & Trading have created a new conventional shortsea shipping line that will connect the port of Antwerp with...Read more
|Comment|author: Tobias Pieffers

Trump vows to increase Chinese tariffs

U.S. President Donald Trump said on Sunday he will raise tariffs on 200 billion dollars of Chinese goods from 10% to 25% as early as Friday and impose tariffs on another 325 billion dollars worth...Read more
|Comment|author: Tobias Pieffers

MACS changes terminal in Antwerp

Multipurpose vessel operator MACS has changed its terminal in Antwerp. As from June 1st, all MACS vessel will call at Zuidnatie Breakbulk which is able to handle MACS entire cargo portfolio, the company states.  “Zuidnatie’s experienced...Read more
|Comment|author: Tobias Pieffers

Mammoet eyes petrochemical contracts in Antwerp

Mammoet Belgium has opened a new facility in the Port of Antwerp to provide localized support to the region’s growing petrochemical and industrial sector. The Port of Antwerp is home to the largest integrated oil and...Read more
|Comment|author: Tobias Pieffers

Again less breakbulk for Port of Antwerp

Europe’s biggest breakbulk port, Antwerp, posted another decline in throughput of conventional breakbulk cargoes. The port contributes the decrease to the “exceptional” first quarter of 2018 when anticipated US import levies drove a build-up of...Read more
|Comment|author: Tobias Pieffers

Spanish ports on the rise

Iberian ports in 2018 moved a combined total of 656 million tons of cargo. That is a new record, reports Atlantico Business Development. Spanish ports accounted for the majority of the throughput, with a total of...Read more
|Comment|author: Tobias Pieffers

PCJ’s newsletter now twice a week

In response to the success and steady growth of Project Cargo Journal, the frequency of our newsletter will be increased to twice a week. The latest project cargo news, exclusive interviews and market analyses will...Read more
|Comment|author: Tobias Pieffers

Breakbulk and ro/ro volumes North Sea Port down

North Sea Port, the newly formed, biggest breakbulk port of Northwest-Europe, saw its breakbulk volume slide in the first quarter of 2019 due to increased containerization of perishables like bananas. Ro-ro volume was also down.  Total...Read more
|Comment|author: Tobias Pieffers

Breakbulk Europe returns to Bremen in 2020

Breakbulk Europe will return to Bremen for the third consecutive year in 2020, organizer ITE Group announced. On the 3rd of April, the company signed an agreement with the Federal state of Bremen and Bremen...Read more
|Comment|author: Tobias Pieffers