role the Greek fleet has in world shipping. Gordon noted that 10 years on from the financial crisis, Greek owners have expanded their control of the world fleet from a 13% to 17% share, today operating some 218m gt (370m
dwt) valued at $105bn. Certainly worth raising a glass (or two) while enjoying the parties and cocktails! Gordon quipped. In second place, is Japan with 13%, closely followed by China in 12%.
OECD International Transport Forum in Leipzig, Simon Bennett, deputy secretary general at the International Chamber of Shipping (ICS), commented: As well as being consistent with the 1.5 degree climate change goal, the IMO targets are far more ambitious than
what has so far been agreed for aviation, or indeed the commitments made by governments with respect to the rest of the global economy under the Paris Agreement.
on more ambitious tech projects. Karsten Lund Søndermølle, portfolio manager at Bankinvest, commented: We sit and watch that they cannot protect themselves from cyber attacks and they cannot get their ships sailing on
time. So why should they take on a more complicated task? A second unidentified investor laid similar criticism on the Soren Skou-led company.
bust comes as Southeast Asia reports a flood of the stimulant throughout the region. Indonesia and Thailand have also made record seizures of the drug this year. A total of 1,187 kg of the drug, worth 71 million ringgit
($18 million), was shipped in a container from Yangon, Myanmar, to Port Klang, on the outskirts of Kuala Lumpur, Customs Director-General Subromaniam Tholasy told reporters.
areas include Dong-gu in the city of Ulsan, Geoje-si of Kyong-nam province and Jinhae-gu of Changwon, as well as Tongyeong and Mokpo in the southwest coast.
pm at Southampton Western Docks, according to the Hampshire Fire & Rescue Service Control. At 13:51 firefighters were alerted to the fire involving 7,000 tonnes of scrap metal which had caused a large smoke plume above
the ship in the dry dock.
7% to 196 million tons in 2017. ShipFocus, notes this compares to an average 5-year growth of just over 2% or a 10-year growth of 3%. We expect worlds volume to grow more moderately but still above average at about 4% this year.
one time, according to the Office of National Statistics. For those working at sea, mental health issues can be compounded by the pressures of being separation from family and feelings of isolation. In
response, the UK Chamber of Shipping, Nautilus International and the National Union of Rail, Maritime and Transport Workers (RMT) have jointly agreed new guidelines that will aid shipping companies in drawing up policies on mental wellbeing.
by the Subic-based shipbuilder Hanjin Heavy Industries and Construction Philippines (HHIC-Phil) on April 21.
offer an environmentally sustainable alternative to the heavily polluting shipping industry. Similar initiatives exist across the world. In the Netherlands, Fairtransport operates two vessels on European and transatlantic routes.
In France, Transoceanic Wind Transport sails multiple vessels across the English Channel and Atlantic Ocean, and along European coasts.
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