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US West Coast Ports Reopen as Contract Talks Resume

The US West Coast ports reopened Monday morning after employers closed the docks for two days, International ...

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New 0.1% ECA Fuel Launched in Colombia

Marine fuel supplier Bunkers International together with its JV partner,  CI Vanoil Ltda. have launched a new ...

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CMA CGM Pioneers 10,622 TEU Vessel Calls in Brazil

French shipping giant CMA CGM Group revealed plans to assign one of its latest fleet additions, the 10,622 TEU CMA ...

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UASC Paves Way for Greater Presence in South America

United Arab Shipping Company (UASC) has appointed the Ultramar Group as its local liner shipping agency partner in ...

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Another K-Line Executive Gets Jail Time

Another former executive of Japan-based Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha Ltd. (K-Line) pleaded guilty and was sentenced to 14 ...

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US West Coast Port Operations Temporarily Suspended

Weekend vessel loading and unloading operations are being temporarily suspended this weekend at the US West Coast ...

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CMA CGM, Hamburg Süd Bolster Cooperation

Liner giants CMA CGM Group and Hamburg Süd have reached an agreement to further enhance their existing cooperation. ...

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Hapag-Lloyd: MPS Sailings Cancelled amid Congestion

German liner company Hapag-Lloyd said that sailings on its Mediterranean Pacific Service (MPS) westbound have been ...

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Transpacific Lines Push for Rate Hike

Cargo demand for Asian containerized imports has remained strong through the typically slower winter season and ...

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VIDEO: PMA Makes “All-in” Offer to ILWU

The slowdowns by members of the International Longshore and Warehouse Union (ILWU) at major US West Coast ports ...

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ICS: Implementation of Global Sulphur Cap Likely in 2020

The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) has agreed that the shipping and bunker refining industries should work ...

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Seanergy Maritime Warned for Stock Non-Compliance

Marshall Islands dry bulk transportation company Seanergy Maritime Holdings Corp. has received written notification ...

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Maersk Line Cut Its Capacity on South America-Europe Trade

Danish liner giant Maersk Line has cut its overall market capacity by 10 % on the trade between the east coast of ...

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Grand Celebration’s First Voyage Cancelled

The first voyage of Carnival’s cruise ship Grand Celebration from the Port of Palm Beach, scheduled for ...

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Hachiuma Steamship Fined for Illegal Oil Dumping

Japanese shipowner Hachiuma Steamship Co., a subsidiary of NYK, pleaded guilty on Friday to violating the Act to ...

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Interview: The Way Forward after Deepwater Horizon Spill

  January 20th marked the beginning of the third phase of the multiyear trial before the New Orleans District ...

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VIDEO: MS Veendam Rescues Pilot from Pacific Crash

Holland America Line’s ms Veendam answered a request for assistance on Sunday, Jan. 25, 2015 from the United States ...

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VIDEO: Grounded Reefer in Delaware Bay Back Underway

Motor vessel Santa Lucia ran aground Tuesday near Miah Maull Shoal in Delaware Bay while inbound to Philadelphia. ...

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Update: Storm Scare Over at Port of NY-NJ

All Marine Terminals in the Port of New York and New Jersey will be opening on Wednesday, January 28 at 8 AM local ...

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US West Coast Negotiators Reach Deal on Chassis

Talks on a new contract for West Coast dockworkers seem to have moved forward as agreement on one of key issues has ...

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Sino-Global Broadens Ownership Scope

New York-based shipping agency Sino-Global Shipping America has broadened its ownership scope with the signing of a ...

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