TURKISH MARITIME NEWS
- Kim Heng ventures into Taiwanese offshore wind farm project
- Svitzer Bags Five-Year Contract Extension with NuStar
- Coronavirus: MPA Singapore Softens Ban on Crew Changes
- Coronavirus Pandemic Sets Off a New Wave of Blank Sailings
- Japan’s Two Shipbuilding Giants to Form JV in October
- Konecranes Announces 2,000 Temporary Layoffs in Finland amid COVID-19 Impact
- Yilport Holding to Make Italy’s Taranto Port Its Mediterranean Hub
- Japan welcomes lead Maya-class destroyer
- Boxship Dodges Pirate Attack South of Bony Island
- Holland America’s 2 Ships Pass Panama Canal after 4 Deaths on board Zaandam
- MUA: Maritime Employers Need to Take Vital Steps to Save Australian Supply Chains
- Coal barge broke in two, sank at Dillingen port, Germany
- Containership Runs Aground on Lower Mississippi
- 5,000 sailors aboard USS Theodore Roosevelt to be tested for COVID-19
- Fincantieri Extends Production Halt at All Cruise Ship, Naval Plants
CCTC fixes larger cranes, adding capacity, in Keelung
China Container Terminal Corporation (CCTC) will spend close to US$7 million to fix new cranes at its terminals in Keelung ports to cater to 10,000 TEU ships.
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Yilport Holding to Make Italy’s Taranto Port Its Mediterranean HubTurkish container terminal and port operator Yilport Holding is working with Konecranes Ports Services to recommission 23 port cranes at Italy’s Taranto Port.
South African Port Closures Add to Commodity Market TurmoilSouth Africa’s main export terminals will close to mineral exports from midnight, when a nationwide 21-day lockdown to try to contain the coronavirus begins, disrupting copper and cobalt supplies from the Democratic Republic of Congo and Zambia.
Odfjell Terminals US Secures USD 250 Mln LoanOdfjell Terminals US (OTUS), jointly owned by Norwegian terminal operator Odfjell SE and Candian Northleaf Capital Partners, has closed a new five-year, USD 250 million revolving credit facility.
Ports of Stockholm Halves Port Fees for FerriesPorts of Stockholm has halved port fees for ferries at all three of the company’s ports, aiming to ensure the continuous flow of shipping and the transport of goods between Sweden and its neighbouring countries.
Italian Ports Maintaining Regular Operations despite COVID-19Italian ports are fully operational despite the impact of the coronavirus pandemic in the country which has taken claimed the lives of 5,476 people, making Italy the worst-hit country by the pandemic.
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