As Covid-19 takes its toll on global economy and stagnates social activities, container shipping lines, as an inseparable part of global supply chains, are making their own contribution to supply-chain recovery.
Large tanker owner Euronav say the boom in the floating storage market has come off quicker than expected.
China’s National Development and Reform Commission and Ministry of Transport jointly issued guidelines to speed up Tianjin’s development to be an international shipping hub in north China.
Container lines are diverting from Beirut to Tripoli and other ports in the Med following the massive explosion at the Lebanese port, which has destroyed much of the infrastructure.
Maritime UK has urged employers to participate in a first survey launched into how employers can support good mental health in the maritime sector.
Japan has launched its first bunker tanker capable of delivering both LNG as marine fuel and the conventional very low sulphur fuel oil (VLSFO).
Ecochlor has received Type Approval from the Norwegian Maritime Authority for the IMO BWMS Code standards across its entire range of ballast water management systems (BWMS).
MAN Energy Solutions (MAN ES) has agreed with employee representatives to cut the number of job losses in planned restructuring in return for concessions on labour costs.
The second phase Yangluo international container river-rail project started construction at Wuhan, Hubei province.