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  • Northern Sea Wolf Handed Over to BC Ferries Sep 04,2017

    Canadian ferry operator BC Ferries has taken delivery of Northern Sea Wolf, the recently acquired vessel which is intended for the company’s new mid-coast ferry service.The delivery took place in Greece on August 30, 2017.In April, commissioner of BC Ferries approved the purchase of the secondhand v... [learn more]

  • Maersk Line Returns to Centr Port Wellington Aug 07,2017

    Danish container shipping giant Maersk Line has decided to resume its weekly container shipping service to Wellington, New Zealand.The service will return once CentrePort, Wellington port operator, has completed works that will allow its ship-to-shore cranes to operate.These works were required following dama... [learn more]

  • COSCO Shipping to Buy 51 Pct Stake in Spain’s Noatum Port Jun 19,2017

    Hong Kong-listed COSCO Shipping Ports Limited has entered into an agreement to purchase a 51 percent stake in the Spanish container terminal operator Noatum Port Holdings.The EUR 203 million (USD 228 million) worth deal includes the company’s container terminals in Valencia and Bilbao, as well as th... [learn more]

  • Spotted: Madrid Maersk Giant Visits Felixstowe Jun 07,2017

    The 20,568 TEU Madrid Maersk, the largest container ship to call in North Europe so far, has made its maiden call at the UK’s Port of Felixstowe. Operated on the 2M NEU2 Asia to Europe service, the giant has arrived at the port with over 6,000 TEU for the UK loaded in China and Mal... [learn more]

  • Spotted: Port of Rotterdam Welcomes Xin Guang Hua Apr 14,2017

    In today’s spotted, we bring you an image of Xin Guang Hua, a semi-submersible heavy transport vessel owned by China’s Cosco Shipping, which arrived at the Port of Rotterdam on April 13 with Western Isles FPSO newbuilding on board.Xin Guang Hua was built by Guangzhou Shipyard International... [learn more]

  • 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]

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