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  • Port of Amsterdam to Be Coal-Free by 2030 Mar 21,2017

    As part of its new strategy focused on sustainability, the Dutch Port of Amsterdam is moving towards scaling back the transshipment of coal by 2030. In 2016, the port’s transshipment volumes already fell by 7.5% to 16 million tons. What is more, the transshipment of coal is expected to fall by 29% o... [learn more]

  • ZIM Broadens Asia – Pacific North West Scope Feb 27,2017

    Israeli container carrier Zim Integrated Shipping Services (ZIM) is to add the second Asia – Pacific North West service in April 2017 if the company gets an all-clear from the US Federal Maritime Commission (FMC).The new service will be named Zim Pacific North (ZPN) and will have the following rotat... [learn more]

  • Monthly Volumes Surge at Port of Long Beach Feb 17,2017

    The US Port of Long Beach handled 8.7 percent more volumes in January 2017 than a year earlier, driven by renewed activity at its largest terminal and extra ships calling ahead of the Lunar New Year.The port’s dockworkers moved a total of 582,689 TEUs during the month, as exports surged by 10.8 ... [learn more]

  • Terminal operators will face more business risk. Dec 07,2016

    Drewry release their newest reports about port and terminal market report. They warned that the cash-strapped of the carrier will lower the local charge of the port and make it bigger investment risk for port in further.This Drewry report said ,because of the increasing of Large ship’s cost, Formati... [learn more]

  • CMA CGM settles loan to acquire NOL but posts Q3 loss of US$268m Nov 22,2016

    FRENCH shipping giant CMA CGM has posted a third-quarter loss of $268 million, reversing a profit of $51 million a year earlier due mainly to lower volume and rates, IHS Media reported.Excluding expenses related to the company's September acquisition of Neptune Orient Lines (NOL), parent of APL, the conta... [learn more]

  • Thenamaris Sells LR2 Tanker for USD 13 Mn Nov 18,2016

    Greek shipping company Thenamaris has agreed to sell its LR2 tanker Seafaith II to Indonesia-based tanker company Buana Listya Tama, according to data provided by Vessels Value.Featuring 109,300 dwt, the tanker was sold for a price of USD 13 million.With a length of 244 meters and a width of 42 meters, the ta... [learn more]

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