Work under way at Scotland’s largest renewables hub at Port of Leith
Forth Ports’ creation of Scotland’s largest renewables hub at the Port of Leith takes a major step forward this month.
Forth Ports commits to carbon neutral by 2032 and Net Zero by 2042
Forth Ports has outlined its commitment and the actions it is taking to achieve a Net Zero carbon operation by 2042.
Port of Tilbury’s new zero emissions Liebherr material handler swings into action
Port of Tilbury officially welcomed a new Liebherr zero emissions material handler into the port this week.
DP World expands offering at Berbera Port with new edible oil terminal
DP World has kicked off the development of a new edible oil terminal at the Port of Berbera in Somaliland.
Rushlift GSE secures 56-month extension to easyJet Gatwick contract
Rushlift GSE has won a 56-month extension to its successful, long-running GSE contract with Europe’s leading short-haul airline, easyJet.
Airline community challenges Schiphol airport’s mandatory flight reductions
IATA and airlines are mounting a legal challenge to the Dutch government’s sudden decision to reduce Schiphol airport’s capacity.
Iskenderun Port in Turkey to reopen in 3 months
Iskenderun Port in Turkey plans to fully reopen port operations in about three months after damage caused by the earthquake and fire.
7.8-magnitude earthquake causes fire at Port of Iskenderun
A 7.8-magnitude earthquake causes a fire at the Port of Iskenderun, forcing shipping companies to look for alternatives.
Bumper ‘Tattie’ Season for Scotland’s largest container terminal
The Port of Grangemouth has delivered a bumper ‘tattie’ season with 65,000 tonnes of seed potato exported around the world from Grangemouth.
Nigeria inaugurates £1.2b Chinese-built deep seaport in Lagos
Nigeria opens a £1.2 billion Chinese-built deep seaport in Lagos as it aims to reduce congestion in its other ports.