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- Italy’s Saipem to Consider Combining With Rival Subsea 7
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Evergreen to Order Ten 23,000 TEU Containerships
Taiwanese shipping major Evergreen has confirmed its plans to build a total of ten 23,000 TEU containerships.
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Yang Ming Suffers Wider Net Loss After Returning High-Cost Chartered BoxshipsTaiwanese shipping company Yang Ming Marine Transport Corporation plunged deeper into the red in the third quarter of this year after returning several high-cost chartered vessels.
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ABS Introduces Industry’s 1st Guide to Tackle Containership Fire IssueClassification society ABS has issued the shipping industry’s first guide to address firefighting and safety systems of cargo holds of container vessels.
Japan’s export/import cargoes predicted to keep downward trendNittsu Research Institute and Consulting, Inc. (NRIC) projected that international shipments imported to and exported from Japan by sea and air will all continue to decrease year on year in October-December. The think tank on Oct.
2020 Bulkers Secures Charter for Sixth Newcastlemax NewbuildNorway-based shipowner 2020 Bulkers announced it has signed a time charter agreement with a subsidiary of commodities trader Glencore for its Capesize Bulk Shenzhen.
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- Russia’s Pacific Fleet Udaloy-Class Destroyer
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