1. Very Large Gas Collision
the owner of the 53,701 dwt Passat, informed that there were no injuries to crew or officers on the ships. Although the VLGC suffered hull damage in the incident, which was described by the company as a minor collision, there were no reports of pollution
to sea or air.
start of operations. The merged fleet of ONE will have a total capacity of approximately 1.44m teu, making it the sixth largest carrier in the world. The new entity will be headquartered out of Singapore with regional headquarters to be established in Hong
Kong, London, Richmond and Sao Paulo.
years from July 1, 2019 to August 31, 2024.
pleased the president focused on transportation infrastructure in his State of the Union speech, which helps draw further attention to the value that a 21st century transportation system, and by extension, ports, provides the nation," said AAPA President and
CEO Kurt Nagle.
the no-show and rolling problems it says plagues the container shipping industry. 300cubits co-founder Johnson Leung told Alphaliner that the technology could help solve a $23 billion a year problem. Much of the no-show or rolling happens because the counterparties
(carriers and shippers) handle bookings casually.
mission and remains at the core of all we do, so we are thrilled to realize this exceptional safety record result, said ABS Chairman, President and CEO, Christopher J. Wiernicki.
(11-meter) boat on Tuesday morning and later sent out a message to port authorities indicating that he was delaying his return because of thick fog. A sea search with four helicopters and two boats was launched after his beached boat was found without him
not far from Hossegor, the surfing resort where the 54-year-old had set out.
replace the present partnership with other liner shipping companies through a vessel sharing agreement (VSA) in this trade. Customers will benefit from additional direct connections, higher sailing frequencies, greater flexibility as well as shorter transit
in U-Mings history and the total contract value is anticipated to be more than US$600 million with a bunker adjustment clause. The owner has also ordered two 325,000 deadweight tons Very Large Ore Carriers (VLOC) from Chinas Qingdao Beihai Shipbuilding Heavy
Industry Co. Ltd. to facilitate the contract.
the company. Speaking on the potential acquisition of Rolls-Royces business Jaakko Eskola President & CEO said that Wärtsilä would need to look at what is available there and what is going to be their final plan. If we see an interesting player in the
market, who would fit well into our strategy we would definitely look at it, Eskola noted.
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