Hong Kong shipowner Tai Chong Cheang (TCC) and the University of Southern California’s Viterbi School of Engineering have achieved a research breakthrough for cutting harmful emissions from merchant ships.

Swire Shipping and AAL have entered into a space sharing agreement to boost their North Asia to Australia and Papua New Guinea service that will start on 14 December.

Bunker supplier Aegean Marine Petroleum Network Inc has returned to profit in the third quarter on strong operating income, even as revenue plunged.

Ships calling at India’s Kochi port are now able to procure marine fuel from bunker supplier Matrix Bharat, after it resumed its physical bunkering operations earlier this week, reports said.

The subjects of finance, and freeing of congested logistical gears figured prominently at the just completed American Association of Port Authorities (AAPA) convention held this past week in Miami.

The Panama Canal Authority (ACP) has announced it is taking measures to reduce the current backlog by expediting traffic and decreasing Canal Waters Time (CWT) as it experiences unseasonably high demand.

China’s state-owned Sinotrans & CSC Group has unveiled a new entity named Sinomarine to drive the group’s unified shipping management and development.

Djibouti’s bunkering services firm Red Sea Bunkering (RSB) has announced an expansion to its operations in the region.

The island nation of Mauritius has outlined its ambitions to develop its capital and largest city Port Louis into a global ship refueling hub that will be able to sell 1m metric tonnes of bunker fuel per year.

Genoa-based bunkering firm Fratelli Cosulich is looking forward to a new regulation in Singapore’s bunker market on mandating the use of mass flow meters, which would create a more level playing field among bunker suppliers, reports said.

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