India has been one of the most important trading hot-spots since the ancient times. The country has some of the oldest sea ports in the world, which made the peninsula extremely busy with ship traffic. Find out seven oldest sea ports of India which have contributed greatly to make the foundation of the shipping industry in the country.
LNG (Liquified Natural Gas) terminal is a reception facility for unloading of cargo from LNG tankers. This purpose built ports are specially used for export and import of LNG. Find out how LNG terminal works.
A port can be defined as a harbor or an area that is able to provide shelter to numerous boats and vessels. Ports are classified on the basis of several reasons. Learn more about some of the main types of ports found around the world.
Considered as the world’s biggest deep water port, Yangshan is one of the three major constituents of the Shanghai Port and is connected to the mainland through the world’s largest sea bridge – Donghai Bridge.
The London Gateway Port Terminal or the London Gateway is the latest shipping constructional addition outskirts the city of London, on the Thames River at its North in the South-east county of Essex
Privately owned by the Adani business empire, the Mundra Port of Gujarat has changed the face of the shipping ports across the sub-continental nation. Know more about the shipping port inside the article.
The Kandla port of Gujarat, India forms a vital marine network for vessels entering India through its Western waters – the Arabian Sea. Situated in the Gulf of Kutch, in the province of Gujarat Kutch, the port of Kandla has been in existence since the mid-1900s. Know more inside the article.
The busiest ports in the world are determined on the basis of the container traffic passing through them. Not all biggest ports in the world are busiest ports. Mentioned in this article are the top ten busiest ports in the world.
Serving as a marine gateway to the Southern part of China, the port of Hong Kong is the world’s leading port in terms of handling and operating container vessels. The largest port in the world, the Hong Kong port has been widely regarded to be the pivot in the development of the province of Hong Kong.
The Singapore port is unanimously regarded to be the busiest port in the world. While generalising, it is referred to as the Singaporean port, it is in fact a collection of all porting and harbouring amenities offered by the nation to all international and national vessels in transit.