| Yantai Port [28.01.2005] |
Total cargo throughput increased at Yantai of 2004
| Xiamen Port invests in new quay cranes [28.01.2005] |
Xiamen International Container Terminals (XICT) in Fujian province in Southern China has recently taken delivery of two super post panamax quay cranes.
| Hutchinson preferred for Laem Chabang [21.09.2004] |
Hutchinson port holdings won the BOT of six container terminals at Laem Chabang in Thailand
| Bosphorus waiting time [24.08.2004] |
Bosphorus waiting time for the 2004/05 winter is expected to be reduced considerably compared to last winter.
| Tianjin Port [13.08.2004] |
Increase of 25.5% compared to first half 2003
| New freight forwarding venture in Dalian [13.08.2004] |
China United Tally Co. Ltd and Dalian Port Co. Ltd, have formed a joint venture freight forwarding business in Dalian.
| Bandar Abbas container port [11.08.2004] |
A new service is set up by NYK to call Bandar Abbas container port
| Thailand to import coal from South Africa [04.08.2004] |
Thailand is to import 18 million tonnes of steam coal over a five year period.
| Oil imports in China up 40% [03.08.2004] |
Officials in China states that for 1 half 2004 the imports have increased by 40% compared to 1 half 2003.
| Singapore considering LNG imports [02.08.2004] |
Singapore has initiated steps for a Liquefied Natural Gas import project by calling for tenders to conduct a feasibility study.
| Yangtze navigation rules tightened [29.07.2004] |
Navigation regulations for China’s longest river, the Yangtze, have been tightened, according to official media.
| Shenzhen Port Authority [20.07.2004] |
Figures released by the Shenzhen Port Authority show that 6.1 million TEU passed through the port in the first half of the year, an increase of 32.12 per cent over the same period last year.
| Shanghai and Tianjin Port [19.07.2004] |
Foreign trade passing through the ports of Shanghai and Tianjin witnessed double digit growth during the first five months of the year, reported Xinhua.
| Bandar Abbas [17.07.2004] |
Ban on discharge of bulk Alumina , silicon powder and similar cargoes at Bandar Abbas
| Singapore Port [09.07.2004] |
Singapore terminal operator PSA handled 13.2 million TEU worldwide during the first five months of the year, up 18.9 per cent compared with the 11.1 million TEU handled during the same period last year, according to figures released by the company.
| Energy hub challenge [23.02.2004] |
Thailand has a long road ahead in its quest to become a regional oil centre
| Megaprojects speed up to help the South [13.02.2004] |
B10bn to create jobs, end cycle of violence
| Unocal in talks with Bangchak [10.02.2004] |
Terms negotiatiated to sell more crude
| Good news in Riyadh's WTO bid [10.02.2004] |
Closed market may open up for Thailand
| Bangchak Petroleum refinancing debt [26.08.2003] Thailand |
Ailing refiner Bangchak Petroleum has said it will issue 19.5 billion baht worth of new debt and equity instruments in November to refinance existing debt.
| Russia trade [25.08.2003] Thailand |
Thai team in Moscow in talks about trade with Russia that can reach USD 1 billion.
| Shell selloff [22.08.2003] Thailand |
Shell considering selloff of Thai exploration, production assets
| Laem Chabang [22.08.2003] Thailand |
New monitoring systems to boost protection of goods at Laem Chabang.
The United States has pledged to provide US$500,000 (Bt20.5 million) to upgrade facilities at Laem Chabang port so that it can provide better security for goods transported by sea against terrorist attacks.
The upgrade will see the installation of electronic container sealing and satellite-linked tracking systems to ensure the secure transportation of goods from the port on the Eastern Seaboard to the US West Coast port of Seattle.
The project is part of the US-sponsored Secure Trade in the Apec [Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation] Region, an initiative known as Star, to fight the increase in terrorism.
| New refinery [08.08.2003] Thailand |
The Ministry of Defence intent on building new refinery and seeks larger oil players.
| PM changes his NGO strategy [12.07.2003] Thailand |
PM Thaksin to use a more subtle strategy towards non governmental organisations.
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