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MSC Boxship Refloated, 1 Killed by Shipping Container

The giant boxship MSC Ines which got grounded on Tuesday due to heavy weather in the entrance of the Port of Durban ...

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Milaha Considering Ship Investments Across a Few Sectors

Qatari maritime and logistics company Milaha is evaluating tonnage acquisitions across several sectors at the ...

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Port of Durban Grinds to a Halt, Three Ships Grounded

Three vessels have run aground in the Port of Durban, South Africa, amid heavy weather that has resulted in the ...

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Statoil Hires Gas4Sea for LNG Bunkering in Rotterdam

Norwegian oil major Statoil has selected Gas4Sea partners to be its liquefied natural gas (LNG) marine fuel ...

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Four Ships Banned from Ports for N. Korea Sanctions Breach

The United Nation’s Security Council has imposed a global port ban on four ships due to their violation of ...

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ITF Puts Spotlight on Labour Violations at ICTSI

An emerging pattern of labour rights violations has allegedly been found at Philippine-based terminal operator ...

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Tank Fire near Mumbai Port Disrupts Vessel Traffic

A massive fire at an oil tank at Jawahar Dweep oil terminal, which started in the evening hours on October 6, has ...

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Storm Xavier Wreaks Havoc at Ports in North Germany

The passing of deadly storm Xavier in northern Germany on October 5 disrupted operations and caused damages to ...

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US Gulf Coast Ports Brace for Tropical Storm Nate

In anticipation of the tropical storm Nate’s arrival on the United States Gulf Coast, the US Coast Guard has ...

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APM Terminals Puts an End to Tacoma Lease

APM Terminals Tacoma, part of Maersk Group’s terminal operator APM Terminals, has shut down its operations on ...

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Abu Dhabi Ports Orders 3 New Tugs from Damen, Sanmar

Port developer and operator Abu Dhabi Ports ordered three new tugboats during the Seatrade Offshore Marine & ...

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Maersk Line's Boxship Carries Dead Whale into NZ Port

Maersk Line’s containership Lexa Maersk arrived to New Zealand’s Tauranga Harbour on October 4, ...

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Copenhagen to Open New Cruise Terminal in 2020

The Board of Copenhagen Malmö Port (CMP) has given the go-ahead to the port to build a new cruise terminal in ...

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Abu Dhabi Ports Inaugurates Trade Digitalization Platform

Maqta Gateway, Abu Dhabi Ports’ digital platform which aims to digitalize trade and streamline the exchange of ...

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Cochin Port Suffers 'Huge' Loss due to Sunken Vessel

The recent sinking of a fishing vessel in the navigational channel of Cochin Port Trust has caused a number of ...

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Operations at Barcelona, Tarragona Hit by Catalonia Strike

The strikes being staged in Catalonia following the Spanish government’s crackdown on voters of ...

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India Receives 1st Cargo of Crude Oil from the US

The first US crude oil cargo of 1.6 million barrels bought by Indian Oil Corporation arrived from the US at Paradip ...

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Libya’s Port of Benghazi Reopens

After a three-year-long closure due to the military conflict in the country, Libya’s Port of Benghazi ...

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DP World Chief Visits Africa to Discuss Development Projects

Dubai-based port and terminal operator DP World revealed plans to participate in a number of ...

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CentrePort Wellington Ready for Another Bumper Cruise Season

New Zealand’s CentrePort Wellington has welcomed the first ship of the 2017/18 cruise season, Radiance of the ...

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Three Die from Suffocating on Ship Berthed at Sohar Port

Three seafarers lost their lives onboard a cargo ship anchored at the Port of Sohar on September 30, Oman’s ...

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Canada Searching for Cargo Ship's Missing Sailor

The Transportation Safety Board of Canada (TSB) deployed a team of investigators to the Port of Trois-Rivières, ...

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PMSA Calls for Changes to LA, Long Beach Clean Air Plan

The Pacific Merchant Shipping Association (PMSA) has raised concerns about the proposed USD 14-plus billion Clean ...

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ITIC Settles Dispute between Shipowner and Its Turkish Agent

International Transport Intermediaries Club (ITIC) recently settled a dispute between a shipowner and its Turkish ...

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Finnlines to Gain from Port of Naantali's Berth Extension

Shipping operator of RoRo and passenger services Finnlines expects to benefit from the Port of Naantali’s ...

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Corpus Christi Ship Channel Restrictions Lifted

Vessel restrictions at Corpus Christi Ship Channel have been removed allowing for the full 47-foot draft of the ...

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