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Japan’s greenhouse gas reduction strategy creates business opportunities for U.S. firms with cutting-edge marine technologies.
Saudi Arabia’s National Transport and Logistics strategy outlines plans to expand the capacity of the kingdom’s maritime sector.
U.S. exporters should seek opportunities in China’s new “blue economy,” consisting of marine transportation, marine biomedicine, and seawater utilization.
Vietnam is a promising market for ocean industry with a seaport system of 286 terminals and coastline length of over 3260 km.
Singapore’s Mega Port is positioned as a Global Transshipment Hub among ASEAN countries.
Plans for the construction of a 10-hectare fishing port is expected to provide logistics support to commercial fishing fleets and related port activities.
China’s heightened living standards has led to increasing demand for luxurious consumer goods. China’s pleasure boat industry is “set to sail.”
The Government of Uruguay extended the concession of Montevideo’s port container terminal to the Belgium company Katoen Natie, until the year 2080.
U.S. companies that provide essential infrastructure and smart port technology are encouraged to consider the Uruguay market.
Don’t Miss the Boat: U.S. suppliers could capitalize on Italian stimulus spending on port infrastructure.
Hong Kong’s maritime culture & mature pleasure boat industry offers opportunity for U.S. marine producers.
The Government of India has allocated $83.2b for infrastructure creating new export opportunities in airports and ports development.
The UK Ministry of Defense is seeking innovative autonomous underwater sensors to better understand potential capabilities of underwater autonomous vehicles.
The Port of El Hamdania, in Cherchell, Algeria will be the country’s largest and first deep-water port and the second deep-water port in Africa.
The Port of Manzanillo presents potential for the capture and treatment of traffic and functionalities by 2045.