- Port of Ceuta Carries Out First VLSFO Bunkering
- ITF Calls for Urgent Action to Tackle Rising Piracy in Gulf of Guinea
- Gibson: Tanker Scrapping to Remain Low During Winter
- USCG: Oils Spills During Bunkering Ops in Honolulu
- Halifax Shipyard Launches 2nd AOPS For Royal Canadian Navy
- Pakistan Navy Commissions New Survey Vessel Behr Masah
- ABS Introduces Industry’s 1st Guide to Tackle Containership Fire Issue
- Russian Navy To Build Armored Shelters For Its Submarines
- Maersk announces new rates from North Europe
- Hapag-Lloyd applies new GRI to North America
- U.S. Navy USNS Comfort hospital ship will be deployed Haiti for medical mission
- NRF: Imports at Top US Ports to See Final Tariff-Driven Surge of 2019
- CMES Prepares to Order VLCC Quartet
- MSC giant vessel calls at Singapore
- AB Klaipėdos Nafta to Secure long-term LNG Import
GPA shuts down Brunswick and Savannah
The Georgia Ports Authority continues to monitor Hurricane Dorian very closely.At this time, the Authority has shut down operations in both the Brunswick and Savannah locations on Tuesday, Sept. 3 and Wednesday, Sept. 4.
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Port of Ceuta Carries Out First VLSFO BunkeringThe Spanish Port of Ceuta is ready to deliver IMO 2020-compliant marine fuel after completing its first very low sulphur fuel oil (VLSFO) bunkering operation on November 7.
NRF: Imports at Top US Ports to See Final Tariff-Driven Surge of 2019Imports at major U.S. retail container ports are expected to see their final surge of the year this month ahead of new tariffs set to take effect in December, according to the National Retail Federation and Hackett Associates.
MSC giant vessel calls at SingaporeMSC Isabella, one of the new ships from MSC’s Gülsün-Class of container vessels, made its maiden call at the Port of Singapore on 10 November 2019. The Gülsün-Class is currently the world’s largest series of container ships.
JAXPORT receives grant for port infrastructure improvementsThe Jacksonville Port Authority (JAXPORT) has received a grant for port infrastructure improvements.
Maritime Singapore Green Initiative Extended Until 2024Singapore has decided to extend for another five years a key initiative that seeks to reduce the environmental impact of shipping and promote clean shipping practices.
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