Hamburg Süd Hampered by Weak South American Markets

Hamburg Süd Hampered by Weak South American Markets

German container line Hamburg Süd described its 2.3 increase in cargo volumes in 2014 as ”modest,” ...

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North Carolina State Ports Dodge Congestion

North Carolina State Ports Dodge Congestion

The North Carolina State Ports Authority posted a 20 percent container volume increase in the third quarter of its ...

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Time to Adapt to New Emission Caps Fast Running Out

Time to Adapt to New Emission Caps Fast Running Out

Lloyd’s Register has issued new emissions guidelines and updated technical information to help operators in ...

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India Okays Shipping Agreement with Jordan

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India’s government has approved the signing of a shipping agreement with Jordan to strengthen the cooperation ...

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Seaport Alliance One Step Closer

Seaport Alliance Step Closer

The Governor of the US State of Washington Jay Inslee signed a bill allowing the Port of Seattle and the Port of ...

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Canadian Coast Guard Releases Marathassa

Canadian Coast Guard Releases Marathassa

The Canadian Coast Guard on April 21 released the cargo ship M/V Marathassa found responsible for spilling ...

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Africa's Container Shipping Reliability at Standstil

Africa's Overall Container Shipping Reliability at Standstill

A study conducted for this week’s Containerisation International Global Liner Shipping Conference in Hamburg has ...

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Image of the Day: Special Welcome for CMA CGM Kerguelen

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Today’s image shows CMA CGM Kerguelen during her first call at the Malaysian Port Klang terminal. The ...

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BAE Systems Stays in San Francisco

BAE Systems Stays in San Francisco

The San Francisco Port Commission has executed a new 20-year lease agreement with BAE Systems for maritime ship ...

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Australian Ports Weather the Storm

Australian Ports Weather the Storm

Most of the ports in New South Wales have been reopened after severe weather conditions kept ports in this part of ...

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Cargo Ferry Clears Motorways, Protects Wallets

Cargo Ferry Clears Motorways, Protects Wallets

Using LNG-fueled ships to carry containers that are currently transported on trucks for long distances to and from ...

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Severe Weather Closes Australian Ports

Severe Weather Closes Australian Ports

A slow moving low pressure system is bringing severe weather conditions off Australia’s New South Wales ...

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ICTSI Orders Big at Kalmar

ICTSI Orders Big at Kalmar

Kalmar has received two separate orders for cargo handling equipment from the Philippine-based terminal ...

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Singing Godmother Launches Anthem of the Seas

Singing Godmother Launches Anthem of the Seas

Miami-based cruise line Royal Caribbean International has marked the launch of Anthem of the Seas with a naming ...

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UASC Starts Calling at DP World London Gateway Port

UASC Starts Calling at DP World London Gateway Port

United Arab Shipping Company (UASC) has started services to London Gateway on the South America 2 service (SAM2) ...

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US Ports Account For Over Quarter of Nation’s Economy

US Ports Account For over Quarter of Nation's Economy

From 2007 to 2014, the total economic value that U.S. coastal ports provide in terms of revenue to businesses, ...

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MSC Launches USA West Coast Express

MSC Launches USA West Coast Express

The world’s second largest container line Mediterranean Shipping Company is launching a new Europe – US ...

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Image of the Day: Blue Marlin Heads to Port Angeles

Coast Guard crews escort vessel Blue Marlin to Port Angeles, Wash.

The image shows the U.S. Coast Guard crews escorting the 674-foot Curacao-flagged semi-submersible heavy lift ship ...

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Asian Container Lines Add Transpacific Links

Asian Container Lines Add Transpacific Links

Taiwanese container line Wan Hai Lines has concluded an agreement with China’s COSCO Container Lines and ...

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Singapore, Rotterdam Port Authorities Boost Cooperation

Singapore, Rotterdam Port Authorities Boost Cooperation

The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) and the Port of Rotterdam Authority signed a Memorandum of ...

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Engine Room Fire Delays P&O Oriana

Engine Room Fire Delays P&O Oriana

The P&O Oriana returned to the Port of Miami on April 18 after a fire broke out in its engine room, the cruise ...

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Hong Kong Dockworkers Threaten Industrial Action

Hong Kong Dockworkers Threaten Industrial Action

Unionised dockworkers in Hong Kong are calling for industrial action if their demands for a 8.5% pay rise and a ...

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Readers’ Picks of the Week (13-17 of Apr)

Readers’ Picks of the Week

Oleg Naydenov Sinks off Canary Islands A Russian trawler Oleg Naydenov sank some 15 miles off Punta Maspalomas, the ...

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Gallery: Anthem of the Seas Arrives in Southampton

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The following gallery gives you a taste of Anthem of the Seas’, the third largest cruise ship in the world, ...

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Hapag-Lloyd Adds North Europe-USEC Service

Hapag-Lloyd Adds North Europe-USEC Service

German container line Hapag-Lloyd is introducing a new North Europe – US East Coast Service dubbed AX4. The ...

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Marathassa's Faulty Piping Systems Caused the Spill

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A Transport Canada investigation into the recent Vancouver spill has found that the spill had been caused by ...

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Container Lines Cutting Carbon Footprint

Container Lines Carrying More while Polluting Less

At least three factors have substantially cut the fuel consumption of containerships: slow-steaming, the trend ...

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