Akinola said the ports
in Lagos have capacity to handle beyond the volume of cargo they are handling at the moment if government pays attention to the issue of dilapidated port
access roads as well as put an end to the manual handling of cargo clearing processes deployed by the Nigeria Customs Service.
The Chinese port
Shanghai and the Singapore port
have taken the first and the second positions respectively while the Chinese ports
Ningbo-Zhoushan, Shenzhen and Guangzhou were respectively in third, fourth and fifth positions.
At the same time, 25,727 tons of palm oil, 19,686 tons of soybeans, 6,937 tons of corn oil and 3,308 tons of longeron were transported through the port
of Batumi to Azerbaijan in the first half of 2019.
of Dampier was reopened at 6: 00 am Australian Western standard time on Wednesday with normal operations having resumed.
As per details revenue share, distribution ratio or percentage between port
operator (China Overseas Ports
Holding Company Ltd) and Gwadar Port
Authority are 91per cent and 9 to 15 percent respectively.
The data further revealed that the port
concession agreements all around the world determine revenue sharing between port
authorities and port
operations and same principle applies in Gwadar Port
Razon said this unsolicited proposal is in line with its nation-building efforts to 'assist' the government in its goal of modernizing the port
network in the Philippines.
ICTSI is also offering to substantially invest in the development of the port
of Dumangas in order to seamlessly handle the spill over from the city port
"We have a number of key initiatives we are undertaking as an organisation including changing the KPA Act, which was enacted in 1978, to adopt the Land Port
Model, where KPA will have several ports
."Currently, the port
handles 30 million tonnes of cargo annually, but we want to increase it to 45 million tones in the next four years," he said.
In Chapter I, the author notes the dearth of research on relationships between the port
and city and the gap in port
studies with its focus on cargo and neglect of people.
The agreement was signed by Mohamed Juma Al Shamisi, CEO of Abu Dhabi Ports
and Captain Mousa Murad, general manager of Port