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Port of Ningbo-Zhoushan

China’s third-busiest port was officially formed when the Ningbo and Zhoushan ports merged in 2015. A key area in making marine activities between northern and southern China feasible, its centralized location also allows for connections to over 600 ports across 100 countries

Port of Shenzhen

Positioned on the Kowloon Peninsula, Shenzhen is actually made up of several smaller ports. Located along 162 miles of the Guangdong province coastline, the Port of Shenzhen primarily serves businesses around the Pearl River Delta

EU Calls for Faster Development of Renewable Offshore Wind Energy

The European Parliament reiterated its strong support for offshore renewable energy while also adopting a report that calls on member states to accelerate and expand their use of the technology. The members voted overwhelmingly in favor of the report while saying that renewable energy must be deployed on an

Port of Singapore

This port held the top spot on the list until 2010. Still the largest publicly owned seaport, Singapore connects more than 123 countries and 600 ports from its spot on the southern end of the Malay Peninsula.

Port of Tianjin

Tianjin serves as the maritime gateway of Beijing, connecting to multiple waterways via the Grand Canal. Although first used in the first century B.C., the port wasn’t developed until the Tang Dynasty’s reign in seventh century A.D.

COVID-induced inflations projected to continue in 2022

The report alerted, “Delays are likely to continue well into 2022 as COVID breakouts continue throughout supply chains and consumers continue to buy at a healthy rate.” It added the pandemic has a continual impact on global trade given shipping rates skyrocketed, and congestions plus delays have become a