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Australia Releases Yang Ming Containership from Detention

Yang Ming

YM Eternity has been released from detention in Australia, Yang Ming confirmed.

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OOCL Rauma Loses Containers off Dutch Coast

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Several containers have fallen off a Handy containership in stormy seas 43 kilometers north of Ameland.

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Australia Detains Yang Ming Boxship for Pollution Debt

Yang Ming

Australia arrests a Yang Ming containership for a pollution debt that could reach AUD 20 million.

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Coconut Charcoal the Likely Cause of Yantian Express Fire

Hapag-Lloyd

Coconut charcoal has been identified as the likely cause of last year’s fire on board the containership Yantian Express.

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Hapag-Lloyd Trialing Biofuel to Cut CO2 Emissions

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Hapag-Lloyd is conducting the 1st biofuel test on one of its vessels in an effort to reduce its CO2 footprint.

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Maersk Boxship Suffers Engine Failure in Gibraltar Strait

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A containership owned by Maersk experienced main engine damage in the Gibraltar Strait.

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Six Seafarers on CMA CGM Ship Reported Ill

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Six crewmembers onboard a CMA CGM ship have been reported ill, with the possibility of coronavirus infection.

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Performance Shipping Sells Rotterdam Boxship

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Performance Shipping has signed a memorandum of agreement (MOA) to dispose of Rotterdam, a 2008-built boxship.

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Seaspan’s Fleet Nears 1 Million TEU

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The fleet of Hong Kong-based Seaspan Corporation now approaches one million TEU.

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Vessel Demand Rises as Boxships Queue for Scrubber Retrofits

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More than 100 containerships aggregating 950,000 TEUs were in yards for scrubber retrofits last month.

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Shipping Industry Needs to Tackle Misdeclared Cargo in 2020

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Onboard fires caused by misdeclared cargoes is a growing issue that needs to be addressed this year, iContaines says.

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Ecuadorian Navy Seizes Cocaine Aboard Containership

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Ecuadorian authorities have discovered 88 parcels of cocaine on board a containership in Puerto Bolivar.

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Yang Ming to Strengthen Intra-Asia Presence

Yang Ming

Yang Ming is to launch a new Taiwan-Japan service (JCH), further enhancing its intra-Asia service network.

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Navios Partners Grows Fleet with Five Navios Europe Boxships

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Navios Maritime Partners takes delivery of five containerships upon the liquidation of Navios Europe I.

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Songa Iridium Fully Operational After Incident in Bosphorus

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Songa Iridium, a ship that ran aground in the Bosphorus Strait on December 27, is now fully operational.

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Hyundai Heavy Industries Clinches Deals for 6 New Ships

Containership

Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) Group has secured two new orders for a total of six vessels.

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CMA CGM’s LNG-Fueled ULCVs to Be Bunkered in Marseille-Fos

CMA CGM

CMA CGM has chosen the port of Marseille-Fos for the bunkering of the company’s future 15,000 TEU vessels.

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Evergreen Orders Four 23,000 TEU Boxships

The ships will be built by Hudong-Zhonghua and Jiangan Shipyard.

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Navios Partners to Expand Fleet with Eleven Vessels

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Owner and operator of dry cargo vessels Navios Maritime Partners has signed agreements to acquire eleven vessels.

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Global Ship Lease to Buy Two Post-Panamaxes

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Global Ship Lease (GSL) has agreed to acquire two 2004-built Post-Panamax containerships from Black Pearl Containers.

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SPDB Financial Leasing Acquires Two CMA CGM Vessels

CMA CGM

SPDB Financial Leasing signs an agreement for the lease of two 11,380 TEU CMA CGM boxships.

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