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Six Rescued after Cargo Ship Sinks in Taiwan Strait

After it developed a heavy list, the general cargo vessel Shen Zhou 33 sank in the Taiwan Strait, according to a ...

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Tanker Arrives for Sabine Pass’ First LNG Cargo

The liquefied natural gas tanker Asia Vision docked at Cheniere Energy’s Sabine Pass terminal in Louisiana ...

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Volumes Continue to Grow at Port of Long Beach

The second-busiest container port in the United States, Port of Long Beach, has logged its seventh straight month ...

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Vale Reopens Port of Tubarão, Sends First Cargo to Asia

Brazilian mining giant Vale has resumed operations at Port of Tubarão’s ore and coal terminals, after the ...

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More Container Moves at GPA Herald Switch to Bigger Ships

The Georgia Ports Authority’s Port of Savannah moved an all-time high 3.73 million twenty-foot equivalent ...

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Sohar Port Handles 50 Million Tons of Cargo in 2015

Oman’s Sohar port and freezone has handled over 50 million tons of cargo in 2015, an increase of 12% compared ...

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Cheniere Delays First LNG Cargo from Sabine Pass

The first liquefied natural gas (LNG) commissioning cargo from Sabine Pass liquefaction project, located in Cameron ...

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13 Tons of Marijuana Seized on Board Cargo Vessel

Over 13 tons of marijuana were seized from a Bolivia-flagged general cargo vessel Joudi some 55 nautical miles off ...

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Ocean Three Loads Record Breaking Cargo on Al Muraykh

Middle Eastern container carrier United Arab Shipping Company (UASC), along with its partners in the Ocean Three ...

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NWSC Seeks Return of Losses from FSU Actions

After the Finnish Seamen’s Union rejected to unload the Russian cargo vessel M/V Malachite, owned by shipping ...

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First Polish LNG Cargo Arrives at Świnoujście

Polish LNG terminal in Świnoujście will receive its first cargo of 210 thousand cubic meters of liquefied natural ...

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Port of Long Beach Continues Winning Streak

California’s Port of Long Beach has recorded a strong cargo volume increase in November with 6.6 percent ...

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Virginia On Track for Record Year Despite Drop in Volumes

The Port of Virginia Authority, Norfolk, continues its march toward a record-setting calendar year despite a slight ...

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Port of Gdansk On a Roll

Despite the difficult situation on the shipping market, the Polish Port of Gdansk has handled a record 32.5 million ...

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Wärtsilä Wins Cargo Handling Systems Order

Six new type very large gas carriers (VLGCs), as well as two conventional VLGCs, and three medium gas carriers ...

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Two Cargo Vessels Clash off Hamburg

No injuries were reported after two general cargo vessels, the Dutch-flagged Eendracht and the Gibraltar-flagged ...

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First LNG Cargo Sails to Świnoujście LNG Terminal

Polish LNG terminal in Świnoujście is expecting its first supply of liquid natural gas to be delivered mid ...

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October Cargo Volume Rises at Port of Long Beach

The second-busiest container port in the United States, Port of Long Beach, continued its winning streak with a 6.3 ...

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Port of Virginia Sets September Cargo Record

The Virginia Port Authority (VPA), based in Norfolk, US, handled 215,520 TEUs (twenty-foot equivalent units) in ...

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Spotted: Sakhalin Enters 1K Club

Sakhalin Energy, the operator of Russia’s first LNG plant, offloaded the 1000th standard cargo of liquefied ...

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Abu Dhabi Ports Marks Double-Digit Growth

Abu Dhabi Ports Marks Double-Digit Growth

Abu Dhabi Ports handled more cargo last year than ever before, with the number of containers handled through ...

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