Reviving Angola’s ports

With the economy of Angola stabilising after the end of a long-lasting civil war, port development comes into focus Angola might still be recovering from the wounds inflicted on its economy by a 27-year civil […]

Dried out: African port investment

The appetite for growth in Africa’s port landscape is dampened by a lack of financing options The total value of goods and services produced in Africa is set to increase by 4% this year and […]

Dredger of the month: Willem van Oranje

Willem van Oranje will be the first dredging vessel in the world to operate on 100% biofuel oil. The sulphur-free sustainable residual fuel consists of used cooking oil and no fossil fuels Her Majesty Queen […]

Delays hurt Sri Lanka’s port plans

Political power plays add to the delay of Sri Lanka’s East Container Terminal, resulting in a capacity crunch at Columbo port One of the most significant happenings in the ports scene on the Indian subcontinent […]

Dredger of the Month: Middelburg

An unfinished, abandoned ship hull was given another chance to life and turned into a trailing suction hopper dredger for sand mining company Van Ouwerkerk The Dutch province of Zeeland is home to several companies […]