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New Cluster of Coronavirus Cases Emerges at Keppel ShipyardA new cluster of coronavirus infected people has been identified at Singapore-based Keppel Shipyard, Singapore’s Ministry of Health informed.
Two Holland America Cruise Ships Dock in FloridaAn ocean liner forced by a deadly onboard coronavirus outbreak to languish at sea since mid-March pulled into a South Florida port on Thursday, after authorities settled plans for the vessel and its sister ship to dock and most passengers to come ashore.
Svitzer Bags Five-Year Contract Extension with NuStarSvitzer, global towage operator and part of Maersk, has secured a five-year extension of its marine service contract with NuStar, one of the largest liquid terminals and pipeline operators in North America.
Carnival to Put Majority of Its Ships in Prolonged LayupsCarnival Corporation expects to put a vast majority of its ships in prolonged layups during the global pause of its cruise operations resulting from the coronavirus pandemic.
ONE Issues Its 1st Electronic Bill of LadingOcean Network Express (ONE), the world’s sixth-largest container line by TEU capacity, has handled its first ever electronic Bill of Lading.
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