There will be more consolidation in the ship management sector as company founders decide on their future and mid-sized managers come under pressure, believes Anglo-Eastern ceo Bjorn Hojgaard.

The Inland Waterways Authority of India (IWAI) is mulling the use of methanol as fuel in Kolkata, the local media reported.

DP World chairman and ceo Sultan Ahmed bin Sulayem has been appointed chairman of Virgin Hyperloop One as the Dubai-headquartered terminal operator also becomes the largest investor.

APL has announced the expansion of Eagle GO Guaranteed for cargoes destined for the Middle East and India Subcontinent from all direct and non-direct loading ports in Asia, in addition to China, the company said.

APL has launched a new weekly service that directly connects India, the Middle East and five major North European ports.

Foresight Group run by London-based entrepreneur Ravi Mehrotra has bought a1999-built VLCC from John Fredriksen’s Frontline Shipping for an undisclosed sum.

Apparently in response to market demand, the end of 2017 and the first couple of weeks of the year have seen the launch of a flurry of new and enhanced services from several key lines on intra-Asia and China-Southeast and South Asia routes in particular.

The Suez Canal Authority (SCA) is continuing to roll out rebates on tolls this time for crude tankers between the US Gulf, the Caribbean, and Latin America and Asian ports.

Regional Container Lines (RCL) is launching its first service from Colombo to Tuticorin.

APL is enhancing its South Asia-Med connectivity with the inclusion of three new port calls to its weekly India Pakistan-Mediterranean Express Service (IPM).

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