G6 Suspends Asia – US West Coast Service

G6 Suspends Asia – US West Coast Service

The members of the G6 Alliance have announced the temporary suspension of their Central China (CC2) service between Asia and the U.S. West Coast until further notice, in response to seasonal changes in market demand. The ...

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India to Develop Iran’s Chahbahar Port

India to Develop Iran's Chahbahar Port

India has approved the plan to take part in the development of  Iran’s Chahbahar port, a move seen as ...

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Long Beach Extends Container Free Time

Long Beach Extends Container Free Time

The Port of Long Beach will add an extra three days to the time that overseas import containers can remain on the ...

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Stena Linking Stockholm to Liepaja

Stena Linking Stockholm to Liepaja

Sweden’s ferry operator Stena Line is increasing its share in Scandinavian market freight volumes by ...

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Sweden Gets New LNG Terminal

Sweden Gets New LNG Terminal

Swedish liquefied natural gas provider Skangass has officially opened their new receiving terminal for LNG in ...

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LNG Bunkering under Spotlight in Singapore

Port of Anwerp

LNG bunkering was a hot topic for the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA), Antwerp Port Authority, Port ...

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Europe’s Major Ports Opposing Mediterranean Switch

Europe's Major Ports Opposing Mediterranean Switch

Europe’s major port operators have shot down the latest EU proposal to shift investments to peripheral ports ...

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LA Port September Volumes Strongest in Years

LA Port September Volumes Strongest in Years

The Port of Los Angeles’ September 2014 containerized cargo volumes increased 9 percent compared to September ...

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Virginia Port Battling Truck Congestion

Virginia Port Battling Truck Congestion

The Port of Virginia exceeded 200,000 total TEU cargo volume for a third consecutive month despite worsening ...

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Lithuania, Azerbaijan Exploring East-West Transport ...

Lithuania, Azerbaijan Exploring East-West Transport Opportunities

Lithuania has invited Azerbaijan to contribute to the development of the Baltic Sea-Black Sea corridor and the ...

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Cruise Industry Vital for Seattle

Cruise Industry Vital for Seattle

179 cruise ships have called on the Port of Seattle in 2014, bringing 823,780 passengers, and an estimated USD 2,2 ...

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Ebola Scare Delays Work at Baltimore

Port of Baltimore

Port of Baltimore dockers refused to load a roll-on/roll-off ship bound for West Africa Thursday amid fears of ...

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Court Clears Way for APM Terminals’ Costa Rica Project

APM Terminals Virginia cranes at sunset 7/26/07

The Supreme Court of Costa Rica has ruled in favor of the Costa Rican Government and APM Terminals in an appeal ...

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Jana and Crew Stranded in Canada

Jana and Crew Stranded in Canada

International Transport Workers Federation (ITF)  has reported another vessel and crew stranded in the port of ...

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Singapore Port to Offer LNG by 2020

Singapore Port to Offer LNG by 2020

The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) is planning to establish LNG bunkering pilot programme by early ...

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SOHAR to Offer LNG Ship-to-Ship Service

SOHAR Executive Commercial Manager Edwin Lammers

SOHAR Port and Freezone is about to start offering LNG ship-to-ship services as measures are being taken to begin ...

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French Ports Spotlighted within Ocean Three

French Ports Spotlighted within Ocean Three

The new vessel alliance between shipping giants, CMA CGM Group, China Shipping Container Lines (CSCL) and United ...

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York Capital Enters Texas LNG Scene

York Capital Enters Texas LNG Scene

NextDecade LLC and York Capital have formed a strategic partnership to jointly develop a portfolio of liquefied ...

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Gothenburg’s Cruise Ship Calls at All Time High

Gothenburg's Cruise Ship Calls at All Time High

Sweden’s Port of Gothenburg has recorded the highest number of cruise ship visits this season,  with 110,000 ...

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ESC Secretary Calls for Liberalization of ...

ESC Secretary Calls for Liberalization of Europe's Market1

The newly appointed Secretary General of the European Shippers’ Council (ESC), Nik Delmeire, called the new ...

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Australia Sets Out Antarctica Agenda

Australia Sets Out Antarctica Agenda

The Australian Government has released the 20 Year Australian Antarctic Strategic Plan, which provides a blueprint ...

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Ships Collide as Super Storm Hits Port Botany

Ships Collide as Super Storm Hits Port Botany

A super storm that hit Sydney Tuesday night wrought havoc on the city’s commercial Port Botany, cutting the ...

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Cyclone Hudhud Slams East India Ports

Cyclone Hudhud Slams East India Ports

India’s eastern ports of  Visakhapatnam and Gangavaram are still closed after cyclone Hudhud stormed through ...

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Australia: Without Competition Exemptions Shipping ...

Higher Shipping Costs Without Competition Exemptions

Exporters and consumers will suffer greater price instability and higher shipping costs if the shipping competition ...

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Turkey Signs BWM Convention

Turkey Signs BWM Convention

Turkey today (October 14, 2014) ratified the Ballast Water Management (BWM) Convention 2004, bringing the number of ...

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