as part of a delayed reaction to last weeks strong activity and narrowed Middle East availability surplus This trend kept with the trend of delayed reflection of fundamentals changes in sentiment. Indeed, demand this week declined 22% w/w to 32 fixtures while
a long list of previously hidden positions suddenly appeared as available through the first decade of the September Middle East program.
to the Apapa and Tin Can Island ports that previously took hours, now takes as much as four weeks as trucks struggle through cratered and water-logged roads to get there, Pius Ayodele, president of the Cocoa Exporters Association of Nigeria, said. The affected
cargoes are either in traffic jams or stored in transit warehouses in Lagos.
and supports more than 60,000 jobs, Queenslands minister for environment Leeanne Enoch said. Our transhipping policy recognises the multiple pressures the reef already faces and is a vital part of our governments package of measures to protect it. The
policy will not count for any transhipments of less than 100 tons.
solutions of the industry. Some of them focus on verticals, while others specialise in specific processes, such as cargo tracking, or documentation handling and ownership transfer (bills of lading, for example).
government has shone a spotlight to expose the shadowy Peoples Armed Forces Maritime Militia (PAFMM). The Department of Defense has been urged to address this issue, as the PAFMM is involved in progressing China’s dubious claims over sovereign territories
and expansion in the South China Sea.
May 2017, motivated in large part by the Qatari government’s relations with Iran. Qatar has developed alternate shipping routes to bypass its historic transshipment points in the UAE, and it has managed to shake off the worst of the effects of the embargo.
Its status as the world’s largest LNG exporter has continued unchanged, helping to insulate it from the regional restrictions.
Guard Sector New York learned that the North Sea had suffered a loss of propulsion and was adrift off the Eastern seaboard. She had 21 crewmembers and a cargo of cement on board.
This is actually the third time the yard has filed for bankruptcy this decade with the local Lower Saxony government forking out millions of euros to try and keep it solvent.
managers lost communication with the Panama-registered Pantelena on Aug. 14, when it was about 17 miles (27 km) from the port of Libreville, in Gabon. Two Russian nationals and 17 Georgians were aboard the vessel, a dual
purpose oil or chemicals tanker managed by Athens-based Lotus Shipping. The company gave no further details on the cargo or crew.
insomnia (allegedly due to his work schedule) and depression. He was treated accordingly, prescribed medication for his condition, and after a successful course of treatment, was found fit to return to work. Seafarers
can experience high levels of stress in their job. Seafaring entails dangers that are not present in many other occupations, and seafarers often work under threat of injury, piracy and disease.
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