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ICTSI unit to operate in Okinawa port
Publicly listed port terminal operator International Container Terminal Services Inc. (ICTSI) subsidiary Naha International Container Terminal Inc. (NICTI) has won the contract to operate a container terminal in Naha City in Okinawa, it was learned Thursday.

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GenSan eyeing increased tuna supply with improved port
GENERAL SANTOS CITY - The Philippine Fisheries Development Authority (PFDA) is confident of increased supply of tuna for the manufacture and processing of tuna products with an improved port facility that could accommodate bigger local and international fishing vessels docking to unload fish at the city’s fish port.

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HK may lose container port crown
Hong Kong is set to lose its title as world's busiest container port to Singapore this year and Shanghai and Shenzhen ports are steadily catching up, analysts said on Friday.

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Mekong port moves more cargo in 2004
In 2004, more than 1.1 million tonnes of cargo passed in and out of Can Tho Port in the Mekong Delta, an increase over the previous year of 66 per cent, according to figures from the Can Tho Port Authority.

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Saigon Port stevedores go busy on New Year's eve
Stevedores at Saigon Port handled the first containers of 2005 on New Year's Eve as a profitable way of celebrating the new year.

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Port construction experts invited to survey Van Phong bay for port construction
The Van Phong Bay Development Investment Company announced on January 7 a delegation of experts from Europe and the US will come to Van Phong Bay in Khanh Hoa province in the first quarter of 2005 to conduct a survey of the bay to help preparations for a detailed planning of Van Phong international transshipment port.

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A score of foreign ships detained at Haiphong Port
Twenty-two foreign ships were detained at Haiphong Port Authority (HPA)in 2004 for failing to meet the clauses in the International Convention for Safety of Life at Sea, and other maritime codes relating to the prevention of pollution of the sea.

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Danang Port serves first Central Highlands shipment
A shipment of cassava from the Central Highlands province of Kontum was exported via Danang Port yesterday, and this is the first shipment from a locality in the Central Highlands to be sent abroad via the port.

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Largest cargo ship docks at Vung Ang Port
The 44,000-dwt cargo ship Ojinew Century flying the Panamanian flag on December 27, 2004 docked at Vung Ang Port in central Vietnam to receive a shipment of 38,000 tonnes of wood chips for Japan, becoming the largest-ever ship to enter the port.

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Saigon Port gears up for changes
HCMC's Saigon Port, gearing up for certain changes this year, celebrated the New Year by handling the first containers of the year on New Year's Eve.

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