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Yantian port to resume full operations on 24 June

Seatrade Maritime News 23 Jun 2021
Yantian Port is set to resume full operations on 24 June over a month after measures to combat a Covid-19 outbreak sharply reduced capacity resulting in major delays to global container shipping ... Since from the Covid-19 outbreak at Yantian port area on 21 May, the daily operations of the port capacity had declined to 30% of the normal levels.
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ONE Modern calls marks Port of New Orleans third direct-Asia service

Seatrade Maritime News 23 Jun 2021
Port NOLA is currently in the process of a $100m expansion project at the Napoleon Avenue Container Terminal that will increase capacity to 1m teu. The port also is in the due diligence process for a $1.5bn multimodal container terminal with a 2m teu capacity to serve the largest container vessels calling in the Gulf of Mexico.
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Maersk set to introduce more containers, offer air, rail options

China Daily 23 Jun 2021
"As long as there are supply chain disruptions and lower capacity, the demand for airfreight will remain high," Blicher said ... China's major container shipping port is expected to resume full capacity by the end of this month, said Chen Biao, board secretary of Shenzhen Yantian Port, to ThePaper.cn, a Shanghai-based online media outlet.
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Low water level in Argentina’s Parana River causes French bulker to run aground

Splash24/7 23 Jun 2021
“We are talking about a loss of 25% carrying capacity.” He noted that this will slow down port logistics and create uncertainty related to timing of shipments, but he does not anticipate issues in ultimately fulfilling contractual obligations to shippers.
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China’s worse-than-Suez ship delays set to widen trade chaos

Live Mint 23 Jun 2021
When one of China’s busiest ports announced it wouldn’t accept new export containers in late-May because of a Covid-19 outbreak, it was supposed to be up and running again in a few days ... Even without the Suez blockage or port backlogs, the global transportation system would probably still be struggling with maxed-out capacity.
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China helps freight company double sales

China Daily 23 Jun 2021
However, because of the pandemic, Flexport, dubbed by some the Uber of the shipping industry, has encountered disruptive and dramatic shipping industry challenges, such as freight capacity reduction, port congestion, increased shipping costs and a prolonged peak season.
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Hapag-Lloyd orders six LNG-dual fuel 23,500 teu boxships at DSME

Seatrade Maritime News 23 Jun 2021
The container shipping sector has seen a huge surge in newbuilding orders as the sector faces unprecedented congestion at ports, which have created a shortage of capacity, in turn driving container freight rates to record levels.
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Delta variant blamed for city’s latest COVID case

Shenzhen Daily 23 Jun 2021
Chen Biao, executive deputy general manager of Yantian International Container Terminals, said the operation capacity of the port area has steadily picked up ... of containers per day,” said Chen, adding that the terminals are expected to regain normal operation capacity tomorrow.
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New Tanker Demonstrates Potential to Exceed IMO’s Emissions Targets

The Maritime Executive 23 Jun 2021
The tanker, which is 492 feet long with a beam of 75 feet, has a cargo capacity of 20,300 cubic meters in 12 tanks ... This will reduce emissions even further as soon as ports offer the opportunity. Currently, Gothenburg and Rotterdam, are in the process of developing the full capacity power connection required to operate the pumps with shore power ... ....
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Coons: A bipartisan infrastructure bill proves our democracy can still work

Longview News-Journal 23 Jun 2021
While the president was abroad, a bipartisan group of senators worked hard to seize a real — but fleeting — opportunity to craft a historic infrastructure package ... The group led by Sens ... It will reduce bottlenecks by expanding port and airport capacity, and it will build out electric vehicle infrastructure and modernize our electric grid ... Senate ....
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Chinese port of Yantian has a backlog of 175,000 containers

Fresh Plaza 22 Jun 2021
The global shipping industry is concerned about the situation of the southern Chinese ports; including Yantian, one of the most active ports in the country, which, after having decreased its activity due to a COVID-19 outbreak, has announced that it's working up to 50% of its capacity, serving 5,000 to 6,000 trucks through the port daily.
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Chinese port of Yantian has a backlog of 175,000 containers and

Fresh Plaza 22 Jun 2021
The global shipping industry is concerned about the situation of the southern Chinese ports; including Yantian, one of the most active ports in the country, which, after having decreased its activity due to a COVID-19 outbreak, has announced that it's working up to 50% of its capacity, serving 5,000 to 6,000 trucks through the port daily.
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North America Freight and Logistics Market Growth, Trends, COVID-19 Impact, and Forecasts 2021 - 2026 ...

The Marshall News Messenger 22 Jun 2021
North American airlines saw demand decrease by 1.8% in February 2020, compared to the same period a year earlier where capacity increased by 4.1% ... However, driver shortage, tight capacity, infrastructure, and regulations are affecting the industry. Ports and airports are investing in new capacity in order to cope with on-going demand.
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Lineage Logistics announces acquisition of the Cold Storage Division of Claus Sørensen Group

Fresh Plaza 22 Jun 2021
Founded in 1926, Claus Sørensen is headquartered in Esbjerg, Denmark and operates nine cold storage facilities that are strategically located in relation to major fishing ports and food production facilities. The total capacity of Claus Sørensen’s facility network exceeds 800,000 ...
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NetIX upgrades Linx connection to 100G

Telecom Paper 22 Jun 2021
NetIX said it upgraded its port and capacity into Linx, the ...

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