Diana Containerships Finds Work for Post-Panamax Vessel

Greek shipping company Diana Containerships has secured a time charter contract for its Post-Panamax container ...

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Drewry: Liner Reliability Improves in March

Ocean carriers bucked a five-month downwards trend by improving container service reliability in March, according ...

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PSA Sical Sees Record Container Volume in March

Indian PSA Sical Terminals Limited (PSA Sical) reached its highest ever monthly throughput in March 2016 as it ...

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Drunken Captain Grounds Ship off Rostock, Germany Dutch cargo ship Abis Bergen ran aground on Saturday, March 26th ...

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Nicaragua Canal Construction Works Poised to Start in August The construction on the fuel terminal and a ship wharf ...

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Fincantieri’s Vard Enters Cruise Sector with Ponant’s Quartet Order Fincantieri’s Norwegian subsidiary Vard ...

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VIDEO: Maersk Tankers to Use Drones to Slash Costs Maersk Tankers, part of Danish Maersk Group, has resorted to ...

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Container Shipping: Consolidate or Die? Consolidation in the container shipping industry is happening for the first ...

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Panama Transport Workers March for Better Working Conditions

Hundreds of transport workers, including over 100 of inspectors of the International Transport Workers’ ...

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Carriers More Reliable in March

Liner shipping service reliability across the three core EastWest trades hit a five-month peak in March with an ...

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Australian Unions Take to the Streets of Sydney

Unions from across New South Wales (NSW) will join the Maritime Union of Australia’s (MUA) march in Sydney ...

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Fourteen Foreign Ships Under Detention in UK Ports ...

  The Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) announced today that 14 foreign flagged ships were under detention ...

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G6 Alliance Moves Launch of Asia-Europe Service Up to March

G6 Alliance Moves Launch of Asia-Europe Service Up to March

Members of the G6 Alliance announced today that their groundbreaking cooperation in Asia-Europe container shipping ...

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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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India: GPL to Commission Second Phase of Gopalpur Port ...

  Following the recent green signal for the development of the minor, seasonal port at Gopalpur into an ...

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