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Egypt Puts New Suez Canal on Trial

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6 Aug 2015
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Container ship in New Suez Canal

  Egypt holds experimental run on new Suez Canal and the first cargo ship have passed through the canal amid some serious security arrangements   Finally, Egypt has opened second Suez Canal for the ships, but at the initial stage they have held the experimental shipping on the canal. Egyptian authorities have given the very […]

Sea Breeze Sinking! Ballast System Blamed for…

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2 Jul 2015
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Sea Breeze at port

  2,000 tonnes cargo ship sinking caused by the flood on-board that prompted a major rescue operation in English Channel, ballast system blamed for flood. An accidental investigation report from the Marine Accident Investigation Branch on the Barbados registered cargo ship Sea Breeze has finally arrived after almost one and half years in depth investigation. […]

The EU is Failing to Take Advantage of its Ports and Shipping Sector Potential

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15 Jun 2015
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Eu Ports and Shipping

  The economic and ecologic viability of Europe’s seaports must be addressed European Union has 1200 seaports and almost 22 coastal fellows, many of these ports are linked with many seaside towns and cities of EU. Shipping zone is the backbone of the EU economy and approximately 110,000 people are the permanent employee on the […]

Pakistan Adopts Express Consignments Clearance System

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11 May 2015
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Cargo trade

Express Transit starts for Afghanistan, Pakistan ports adopted the express consignment clearance system Afghanistan is landlocked country surrounded by Russia, Pakistan and Iran. Afghans have no connection with the sea however, Pakistan and Iran are only countries which can facilitate the sea cargo from UK, Europe, and USA and from the entire world. Pakistan is […]

Pakistan to Develop More Dry Ports

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22 Apr 2015
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Pakistan to Develop More Dry Ports

Development of Dry ports in Torkham and Chaman will ease the delivery of cargo in Pakistan Pakistan’s Strategic Trade Development Policy was announced in December 2012 to enhance the trade facilitation process in the region. As part of the policy, Pakistan has started constructing dry ports in the bordered cities of the country. Pakistan is […]

Port Qasim Likely To Get a Trade Facilitation Package

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2 Apr 2015
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Port-Qasim

  Federal Minister for Commerce ensures ease and facilitation package for Port-Qasim, Pakistan’s second busiest sea port   Federal Minister for Commerce, Khurram Dastagir Khan visited Port Qasim recently and inspected trade facilities offered to businesses at the port. He directed the port authorities to ensure maximum ease and facilitation to the business community and […]

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