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Box throughput in Black Sea Region rises
Black Sea container terminals of Ukraine, Romania, Russia, and Bulgaria handled 1,582,932 TEUs in the first six months of 2019, including empty containers but excluding transhipment, according to Ukraine’s Informall Business Group.
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Standardized Container IoT is Key for "Smart" Supply ChainsSmart containers hold promise for revolutionizing supply chains. However, generating and collecting smart container data is not enough to make supply chains "smart."
World's Largest Container Ship Transits a Suez Canal in TransitionThe HMM Algeciras, which is billed as the world's largest container vessel, completed its transit of the Suez Canal during its maiden voyage from South Korea and China to Rotterdam and Europe.
US East Coast Ports Celebrate Arrival of Large Container ShipThe arrival of the 14,000 TEU Hyundai Hope in the ports of Bayonne, New Jersey, and Wilmington, North Carolina marked important milestones in the expansion of container service along the US East Coast.
Container fleet to shrink with prices and rates on slow recovery from COVID-19The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic will lead to a contraction in the shipping container fleet and keep prices and lease rates under pressure in 2020, according to analyst Drewry.
Hapag-Lloyd secured 9 percent in energy savings by removing fouling on 33 shipsGerman container shipping company Hapag-Lloyd has obtained 9 percent in energy savings in the form of fuel by preventing fouling on the hulls of its ships.
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