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 […]

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 […]

African ports expand further into the sea

With the African continent’s ports growing, so are concerns regarding the environmental impact of port expansions The United Nations (UN) predicts a 3.4% economic growth for Africa in 2019, up from the 3.2% posted last […]

Gdynia port. Credit: Wojtek Jakubowski /Fotokombinat

Port of Gdynia to upgrade and green facilities

During the Maritime Economy Forum in Gdynia, Poland, which took place in early October, Adam Meller, the Port of Gdynia Authority managing board president, laid out the biggest infrastructure programme ever seen at the port, with […]