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Container spot rates from Shanghai decrease
Freight rates for exporting containerized shipments from China decreased on major routes in the week of Sept. 9, as many services were suspended during the Mid-Autumn Festival on Sept. 13-15. The Shanghai Shipping Exchange (SSE) unveiled on Sept.
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DP World faces Shreyas shareholder opposition to acquisitionDubai-based port operator DP World is facing trouble with the minority shareholders of Shreyas Shipping who have objected to the port giant’s proposal to acquire the cargo and logistics businesses of Shreyas, The Economic Times reports.
Copenhagen Port Participates in Carbon Capture and Storage ProjectThe port of Copenhagen, Denmark announced its participation in an innovative carbon capture project, which can contribute to making the city of Copenhagen CO2 neutral by 2025.
Zim Launches Historic Service Linking Haifa and UAE PortsThe Israeli Zim Line announced a first with its plans to begin offering direct service to the Jebel Ali port in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) as the latest demonstration of the peace dividend coming from the historic agreement between the two countries.
China opens up 10 ports for foreign crew changesChina has opened up 10 ports for foreign crew changes as the country eases entry restrictions for foreign nationals.
Global unity needed to recover from crisisA group of major Middle East supply chain stakeholders have called upon the maritime industry to collaborate and explore detailed solutions as the region looks to recover from the worst effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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