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- Israel Shipyards To Design New Reshef-Class Corvette For Israeli Navy
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Drewry: Large Bulkers to Benefit from Indonesia’s Exports Ban
Indonesia’s ban on exports of unprocessed ores and minerals will result in reduced nickel ore trade, hurting the demand for small bulkers.
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Exmar Ships First LNG Cargo Produced by Tango FLNGAfter competing a first test shipment of liquefied natural gas (LNG) from its Tango FLNG project in Argentina, Belgian owner and operator of gas carriers Exmar has now shipped the first commercial cargo from the project.
China’s COSCO Sets Up New Company for Intra-Europe ServicesChina’s COSCO Shipping Lines has established a new subsidiary that would focus on intra-Europe feeder operations.
COSCO Shipping Specialized Carriers Names Its Latest Pulp CarrierChina’s shipping company COSCO Shipping Specialized Carriers has named its newest 62,000 dwt pulp carrier.
Klaveness Scaling Down Supramax Activity to Focus on PanamaxNorwegian shipping company Torvald Klaveness revealed intentions to scale down its dry bulk shipping activity in the Supramax segment and focus on the Panamax to Post-Panamax units.
Maersk announces new PSS in Port SudanMaersk says that the operational constraints in Port Sudan have introduced increased costs, therefore a Peak season surcharge will be introduced effective 15 November 2019 to ensure that the company continues to deliver a superior service.
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