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High level global leaders will meet under the auspices of the UN Global Compact at Nor-Shipping 2019 in Oslo on Monday to try and map out future ocean solutions.
Baltic Dry Index (BDI) formed a new norm of staying above 1,000 points and even extended its gains toward the 1,100 mark this week.
The demise of the paper Bill of Lading (B/L) has been long talked about and may finally becoming a reality as G2 Ocean and Manuchar complete a successful trial pilot…
Embattled Swiber Group has survived a liquidation scenario after its creditors voted on 29 May in favour of implementing a restructuring with equity investment from New York-listed Seaspan Corporation.
The world's third largest container line CMA CGM is rationalising its brand structure with APL and ANL as part of a $1.5bn cost control programme.
Puerto Coronel has begun the operation of high capacity electric forklift cranes, becoming the first port terminal in Chile to incorporate that equipment.
As much as 16% of the global containership fleet by vessel count and 35.7% in terms of capacity have been equipped with scrubbers as at end-May, seven months ahead of…
Hutchison Ports has been selected by Canada’s Québec Port Authority (QPA) to work alongside Canadian National Railway (CN) to build and operate a new deepwater container terminal known as project…
The world’s second and third largest container lines MSC and CMA CGM are joining the blockchain digital shipping platform TradeLens developed by the biggest box line AP Moller – Maersk…
The New York and global ship finance markets are in a “wait and see” mode was the message from Evercore Group md Yohan Minaya in a recent presentation.
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