was making good progress on a number of key issues that were related to discharge of containers from vessels and road haulage.
in our load cycle, including both ship and train loading. This is affecting our overall productivity, the port said.
measures, with the rate increasing slightly. The report covers the period from mid-October 2017 to mid-May 2018. A total of 39 new trade-restrictive measures were applied by G20 economies during the period, including tariff
increases, stricter customs procedures, imposition of taxes and export duties.
inspectors subsequently detained the vessel because AMSA suspected the vessel to be unseaworthy, substandard and a threat to the marine environment. With support from New South Wales Police, the owners of the vessel
were arrested on board and have been charged with offenses under the Navigation Act, which carries a maximum penalty of ten years imprisonment or a fine of AUD 126,000 or both.
to HNA, Wang died after suffering severe injuries in a fall on Tuesday. No further details were disclosed. French police said Wang climbed on a high parapet to take photographs in the village of Bonnieux when he fell.
company has now sold the 83,000 cu m sister ship, British Commerce to Greece-based Lebanese gas ship owner Naftomar. Nafomar, which was also linked with the British Courage, is a pure LPG player with its origins in Beirut.
The company pioneered imports into Pakistan and Syria, and were one for the first behind LPG imports into China.
cargo was loaded on the Navios Taurus in Mobile, Alabama, on May 28 and had been due to arrive in China on July 18, but is now due to land in Singapore on July 13, Thomson Reuters Eikon data shows. It was one of several
ships on their way to China that may end up casualties of the escalating trade dispute between China and the United States.
doubling in the area contracted for seismic work in the first quarter this year from the last three months of 2017 has injected optimism into surveillance firms, with a global fleet of about 24 vessels, most of whom struggled to survive in the past years.
important player, chooses Ulstein to construct their new flag ship. We have a strong organisation with long experience in delivering advanced vessels. The contract was won in tough, international competition. We look forward to a constructive and fruitful
cooperation with Nexans in the years to come.
handled in a highly efficient manner, and fully automated terminals adopt modern tools and technologies that attract skilled employees. Terminal automation and self-driving cars have received a lot of attention in the past few
years, but the automation of container handling equipment and road vehicles is only one step towards the logistics chain of the future.
11,000 and 12,000 TEU. The newbuilds are slated to start delivery in 2020 with the last ship from the batch scheduled to be completed in 2021. Once delivered, they will be employed
on a long-term time charter by Yang Ming.
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