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- PETRONAS Conducts Its 3rd LNG Break-Bulking STS Tansfer
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- Cargo Ship Refloated after Grounding off Dominican Coast
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Evergreen Confirms Orders for Ten 23,000 TEU Megaships
The board of Taiwanese shipping line Evergreen has approved orders for ten 23,000 megaships at three shipyards in South Korea and China.
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Freighter Runs Aground off Corsica, FranceThe 1998-built singledecker Rhodanus ran aground in the Strait of Bonifacio off the French island of Corsica on October 13.
PETRONAS Conducts Its 3rd LNG Break-Bulking STS TansferLNG supplier PETRONAS LNG, part of Malaysian oil and gas company Petroliam Nasional Berhad (PETRONAS), recently completed its third delivery of liquefied natural gas cargo through a break-bulking ship-to-ship (STS) transfer to two vessels.
Cargo Ship Refloated after Grounding off Dominican CoastThe Tanzanian-flagged singledecker Habib Express, which grounded off the Beata Island in the Dominican Republic in late September, was refloated on October 7.
2020 Bulkers Secures Work for Another NewbuildNorway-based shipowner 2020 Bulkers has entered into a time charter agreement for one of its Newcastlemax newbuilds with a subsidiary of commodity trading and mining company Glencore.
First private container terminal NSICT wants to change courseNhava Sheva International Container Terminal Pvt Ltd or NSICT, India’s first private container terminal at a Central government-run port, has won the backing of an arbitration tribunal to switch to a revenue-share model from the royalty format.
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