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Overall Annual Shipping Costs Slightly Down

Overall Annual Shipping Costs Slightly Down

Total annual operating costs in the shipping industry fell by an average of 0.3 per cent in 2013, according to the ...

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European Commission Clamps Down on Spain, Italy

The European Commission is taking action against Spain before the Court of Justice of the European Union, because ...

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Australia Backs Down from Dumping Sand at Great Barrier Reef

Plans to dump 3 million cubic meters of dredged sand into the Great Barrier Reef area will not go ahead, according ...

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Container Carriers Bringing Down Carbon Emission

BSR’s Clean Cargo Working Group (CCWG) said in its latest annual CO2 emission performance data for the ...

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Kaliningrad Port Overall Throughput Down

Kaliningrad Port Overall Throughput Down

Russia’s Kaliningrad Sea Commercial Port OJSC handled 1.785 million tonnes of cargo in the first half of ...

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Freight Rates Pulling Hapag-Lloyd Down

Freight Rates Pulling Hapag-Lloyd Down

Hapag-Lloyd, Germany’s shipping powerhouse, has posted results for the first six months of 2014. The company ...

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Shipping Giants Slowing Down for Ocean Giants

Shipping Giants Slowing Down for Ocean Giants

A coalition of government, non-profit and marine industry groups have announced the launch of a new trial incentive ...

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Excess Tonnage Keeps Atlantic Handysize Rates Down

The week closed positively for the US Gulf shipping market, with extra stems for second-half August dates making ...

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China’s Audit Office Clamps Down on CSG for False ...

China Shipping Group has breached several financial regulations in its financial report for 2012, according to ...

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Nova Tankers to Shut Down Its Business

Nova Tankers, an operator of very large crude carriers (VLCC), will cease its business operations as of 30th of ...

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Royal Navy Stands Down from MH370 Black Box Search

HMS Echo has joined HMS Tireless in standing down from the search for the signal from the black box of Malaysian ...

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Number of UK Seafarers Down

Nautilus, an international trades union and professional association representing seafarers and allied workers in ...

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Coalition Efforts Keep Piracy Down

Coalition Efforts Keep Piracy Down

The Director of Combined Maritime Forces in the Gulf region says coalition efforts have led to a fall in piracy ...

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Port of Houston: Revenues Up, Expenses Down (USA)

Revenues Up, Expenses Down

The Port Authority’s Second Quarter Budget Reforecast paints a positive picture, Executive Director Len Waterworth ...

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Irish Ports: Shipping Volume Down in Q2

Shipping Traffic Volume Down in Q2

The volume of port and shipping traffic through the Republic of Ireland declined in the second quarter of 2012 ...

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Russia: Sevmash to Lay Down Keel for Two Diesel Subs In ...

In March 2012 Sevmash shipyard will start construction of two diesel electric submarines for Russian Navy, said the ...

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The Netherlands: Counting Down to Offshore Energy 2011

  Only one week to go for the 4th edition of Offshore Energy. For the first time in its existence, Offshore ...

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India’s Overseas Investment Plan to Slow Down ...

India’s desire to spend billions of dollars on overseas infrastructure could undermine efforts to ease major ...

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Maersk wins award for super slow steaming initiative

Maersk Line, Denmark, has been named Sustainable Shipping Operator of The Year for its reductions in energy ...

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Pakistani Navy commissions dredger

New Vessels – August 19, 2008 The Pakistani Navy has commissioned its first dredger, Behar Kusha, which was ...

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New terminal plan for Port

A new £6m fresh produce terminal, with a capacity of 5,000 tonnes, will be built in the Port of Liverpool to handle ...

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