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Mumbai port obstacle course

Mumbai port obstacle course

Singapore: Issue 20 of regional e-newspaper, Seatrade Asia Week, has just hit subscribers' inboxes. Inside are reports from dedicated correspondents from Asian shipping's hubs . On the front page Mumbai correspondent Shirish Nadkarni describes the incredible obstacle course facing ships trying to enter his home port in the wake of spilled containers from a collision a couple of weeks ago. Inside, Katherine Si hears of a huge tanker build up in China while attending a conference in Dalian, while Jacintha Stephens reports from Kuala Lumpur on MISC's new boss's vision for Malaysia's leading shipping line. Sam Chambers reports on Toll Group's massive new China logistics outlay announced from Shanghai this week. In Hong Kong, Barry O'Rorke analyses growing multimodal links between China and Southeast Asia, while the newspaper's editor, Marcus Hand in Singapore, picks apart the latest numbers from Neptune Orient Lines and other containerlines which show box freight rates are nearing a four-year high.
?No other shipping title has invested in such a wide, expert network of Asian correspondents.
Seatrade Asia Week comes out 50 times a year and is priced at just $300 a year. To subscribe click here.

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