Everybody Is Looking into LNG as Marine Fuel

WinGD: LNG is one of the most appealing marine fuel options ahead of 2020 sulphur cap.

Maersk Shanghai's Container with Sulfuric Acid Still Lost

One of Maersk Shanghai's 76 stray containers was carrying about 5,900 pounds of sulfuric acid.

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Containers Collapse from Maersk Shanghai amid Stormy Weather

About 70 cargo containers collapsed from flagged Maersk Shanghai, with some of them lost overboard.

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Drewry: Shortage of Containers Next Year Is Unlikely

A fear that there will be a shortage of containers in 2018 is unjustified, according to Drewry.

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Rotterdam's Box Volumes Continue Growing

Container volumes at the Dutch port of Rotterdam continued rising with an increase of 10.1 percent during the first ...

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11 Boxes Fall off MOL Maxim at Port of Oakland

Eight of the eleven empty containers that fell from the boxship MOL Maxim at the Port of Oakland on September 21 ...

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WSC: Number of Containers Lost at Sea Drops

The international liner shipping industry has managed to cut the average number of containers lost at sea, a survey ...

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EUROGATE: 2017 to Be an Outstanding Year

Bremen-based terminal operator EUROGATE Group handled the same volume of standard containers in 2016 as the year ...

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Hong Kong Marks First Sub-20 Million TEU Year Since 2002

Annual container volumes at the Port of Hong Kong have fallen below 20 million TEU for the first time in thirteen ...

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DP World's Gross Volumes Up in First Nine Months

Dubai-based port and terminal operator DP World Limited handled 47.5 million TEUs across its global portfolio of ...

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Overdue Containers Push Venezuela’s Debt to USD 1 Bln

As a result of a number of delays in returning containers or completely failing to do so, the Venezuelan state ...

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Marenave Prolongs Tankers and Containers Debt Deal

German-based shipping trust Marenave Schiffahrts has reached an agreement with the bank consortium financing the ...

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Container Volumes Down in Port of Gothenburg

Swedish Port of Gothenburg, the largest port in Scandinavia, has handled a total of 820,000 TEUs during 2015, ...

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South Carolina’s Container Volumes on a Roll

Port of Charleston, a part of South Carolina Ports Authority (SCPA) and the fourth busiest container port in the ...

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Port of Rotterdam Sets Record Throughput in 2015

The Dutch Port of Rotterdam experienced an increase of 4.9% in goods throughput reaching a total of 466.4 million ...

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Port of Colombo Hits Five Million Containers Mark

Sri Lanka’s Port of Colombo has handled five million containers so far this year, for the first time in the ...

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Busan Port on Track to Reach Its 19.5 Million TEU Goal

The South Korean Busan Port Authority has handled a total of 16.2 million containers in the ten-month period from ...

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Matson’s Boxship Manoa Loses Twelve Containers

In the evening hours of Friday, twelve containers were washed overboard of the container ship Manoa, owned by ...

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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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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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Puget Sound Alliance Exceeds 3 Million TEUs in October

The Northwest Seaport Alliance, a marine cargo operating partnership of the ports of Seattle and Tacoma, saw ...

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NYK Orders More Reefers

Tokyo-based Nippon Yusen Kabashiki Kaisha (NYK) has ordered 5,500 40-foot refrigerated (reefer) containers. ...

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