Impact of Smart Ships on Seafarers

The smart ship revolution brings a myriad of challenges for seafarers

Grounded Boxship Suspends Northbound Convoys in Suez

Northbound convoys in the Suez Canal have been suspended following grounding of a 153,514 DWT containership ...

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Making Northern Sea Route More Attractive

GAC Russia has teamed up with the Far East Development Fund to address the challenges faced by international ...

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Activities at Belgian Seaports Unaffected by Brussels Blasts

Activities at Belgian seaports are continuing as usual, according to the latest update from GAC Belgium, following ...

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GAC South Africa Taps Into Vessel Lay-Up Opportunities

Responding to a growing demand from the oil & gas sector against a background of record low petroleum prices, ...

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Interview: South Africa Faced with Shortfall in Investment

While still developing as a shipping hub, South Africa is well positioned to become a major centre for the shipping ...

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GAC: Five Yemeni Ports Open, Three Remain Closed

A total of five Yemeni ports, namely Salif, Hodeidah, Mokha, Aden and Mukalla, are now open while three still ...

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Vessel Traffic Continues as Fog Clears in Houston

The heavy fog which blocked all vessel traffic in the US Houston Ship Channel for four days, has cleared enough to ...

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GAC to Look After Maersk Boxships in Hong Kong

GAC to Look After Maersk Boxships in Hong Kong

The world’s largest container shipping company, Maersk Line, has appointed GAC to provide husbandry services for ...

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Argentinian Ports under Strike Threat

Argentinian ports may be faced with a ten-day strike should negotiations on salary hike between the country’s ...

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SCF Khibiny Runs Aground in Bosphorus

A 275 meter-long tanker has run aground at the Bosphorus anchorage while proceeding for operations during her ...

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Houston Ship Channel Reopens

The Houston Ship Channel reopened to commercial traffick on Wednesday afternoon after being closed for two days ...

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Update: Maersk Tigris Crew Safe

Danish Maersk Group has informed that the crew of the seized containership Maersk Tigris, chartered by Maersk Line, ...

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NSW Port Authority Strikes Deal with MUA

The Port Authority of New South Wales has averted industrial action Maritime Union of Australia (MUA) members were ...

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GAC Signs Agency Deal with BG Group

GAC Signs Agency Deal with BG Group

British multinational oil and gas company BG Group has appointed GAC to be the sole provider of hub agency services ...

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Over 60 Ships Delayed amid Closure of Houston Channel

The US ports of Houston, Galveston and Corpus Christi have been closed since Tuesday evening due to dense fog, GAC ...

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Interview: Dealing with Ebola

The Ebola outbreak in West Africa has already had a significant impact on the shipping industry. West African ...

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GAC Strikes Mexican Partnership

GAC Strikes Mexican Partnership

GAC has boosted its logistics business in Mexico by signing an agency agreement with Grupo MS, a customs broker and ...

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MOL Gets Three-Year Contract from GAC Australia

Multi-modal transport operator Mitsui O.S.K Lines (MOL) has awarded an exclusive three-year contract to serve its ...

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GAC Reveals Eco-Friendly HullWiper

GAC EnvironHull, part of global shipping, logistics and marine services provider GAC Group, has launched HullWiper, ...

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GAC Opens New Office in Louisiana, USA

GAC has strengthened its ship agency services in the US with the opening of a new office in Galliano, Louisiana, in ...

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GAC Joins Forces with POLOG to Strengthen Its Network ...

GAC Norway AS and Polar Logistics Group ApS (POLOG) have formed a strategic partnership to further strengthen ...

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