UK Ports Business News

June 5, 2019

Specialist lifting firm 1st Integrated Solutions moves into Dundee

An Aberdeen-headquartered firm which provides lifting equipment and inspection services will open an office at the Port of Dundee today. 1st Integrated Solutions’ managing director Martin […]

June 7, 2019

BPA in Parliament: New PM Must Focus on Stability; Relentless Focus on Business Environment Needed; Warning on Open-Loop Scrubbers

BPAChairman addresses MPs, Peers and industry representatives: • Brexit: A quick and satisfactory resolution to Brexit needed followed by a return to stability • Business Environment:Relentless […]
June 7, 2019

ABP sheds staff with reorganisation

Several Associated British Ports (ABP) employees will be leaving the organisation following its decision to reorganise its divisions. The company will restructure its corporate affairs & […]
June 5, 2019

ESPO Award 2019: deadline is approaching

Is your port successful in reaching out in a direct and transparent way to the port citizens? Submit your project for the ESPO award 2019! The […]
June 5, 2019

Cooperation is crucial to offshore wind farms

Article by: Tseard Zoethout The Netherlands is about to witness the emergence of significantly larger offshore wind farms. In addition to resulting in estimated double revenues for […]
May 28, 2019

UK spending review must prioritise infrastructure funding to replicate EU mechanisms after Brexit

Ahead of this week’s gathering of Europe’s major port gateways at the European Sea Ports Organisation’s Annual Conference in Italy and terminal operators in Bremen for […]
May 23, 2019

First unmanned vessel set to cross Atlantic without crew

First unmanned vessel set to cross Atlantic without crew After successfully conducting a cargo run trial in the North Sea, the 12-meter-long autonomous ship ‘Maxlimer’ is […]
May 23, 2019

IAPH: Ports & Harbors May/June 2019 issue published

Ports & Harbors May/June 2019 issue published May 23, 2019 This issue focuses on China (infrastructure investment, B&R etc), Europe region, Port handling equipment and more […]
May 21, 2019

Port Strategy: Ports finding a new home for carbon

The move towards carbon capture is gathering pace and ports are playing their part. Felicity Landon reports Thirty-five percent of all the natural gas used in […]
May 21, 2019

Sniffer drones will start patrolling the world’s busiest shipping ports

LONDON (BLOOMBERG) – Teams of drones are about to start policing the skies of some of the world’s busiest shipping ports. Their target? Environmental rule-breakers. It […]