still has to go through two formal approval steps, was presented at IMO compliance meetings earlier this month. It would make enforcing the new limits on sulphur in shipping fuels significantly easier, cutting into the expected rule-breaking.
relative to existing fleets. There are nearly 95,000 existing vessels today plus another 3,500 on order, amounting to 10% of the global capacity. This ratio has not been seen since 1999-2000 in the aftermath of the Asian
however the proposed coal export changes have come too soon with the national merchant fleet still too small. The government has put the law on hold for a year.
£122 billion ($170 billion) of U.K. trade annually, appointed a graduate of the Kent Business School, Dr Cliff Preston, to work within the organisation to help it use data modelling and simulation software to operate more effectively.
to a person with knowledge of the matter. It also asked potential buyers in Asia if they would be interested in U.S. supply, according to officials at two regional refiners.
demand from the festive season, has caused rates for hiring long-distance trucks to soar. An unexpected rough winter for the countrys south further compounded the problem.
40 high cube standard Hamburg Süd containers which have been built since mid-January are coated with a special water-based, environmentally friendly paint.
the shores of the Okinoerabu and Yoron islands in the Amami chain were found to be linked to the Sanchi’s sinking, the Coast Guard said.
a subsidiary company in the Netherlands, Steamship Mutuals executive chairman Gary Rynsard told Reuters in an email, adding it would opt for the port city of Rotterdam.
and support the handling of critical imports, necessary for the UK to prosper. At a time when the UK is going through unprecedented political change the UKs cargo facilities are being recognised as key tools for prosperity.
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