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Asia-US containers increase in August
Outbound containers to the U.S. from 10 major Asian countries and regions (based on shipments that mother vessels are loaded with at ports of origin) increased 3.6% to 1,515,033 TEUs, enjoying a year-on-year improvement for two back-to-back months, U.S.
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Trump Reaches Partial Deal with China, Delays TariffsThe 18-month trade war between U.S. and China, that dented the economies of both nations, has slowed down as the parties reached a breakthrough deal.
Golden Ray to Be Disassembled in St. Simons SoundThe capsized car carrier Golden Ray would be disassembling into pieces in order to remove it safely from the site, according to the St. Simons Sound Response.
Sasol Invests in 1st South African-Owned Chemical TankerNduna Maritime and Sasol have entered into a ZAR 400 million (USD 27.1 million) enterprise and supplier development (ESD) funding agreement through the Sasol Siyakha Trust, in South Africa’s first locally-owned maritime vessel.
Box ships dominate Panama Canal's record tonnageThe Panama Canal has closed the 2019 fiscal year (FY2019) with record tonnage – and the container ship sector continues to dominate
Mysterious oil spill reaches beach in major Brazilian cityRIO DE JANEIRO - A mysterious oil spill that has polluted at least 150 beaches along Brazil’s northeastern coast reached the city of Salvador on Friday as officials tried to determine the source of the crude sludge.
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