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- Container line schedule reliability at record low for 6th month running
- China seeks to accelerate green economy including shipping and ports
- Israel Clears Greek Tanker of Suspicion in Oil Spill Investigation
- CMA CGM to Deploy Six LNG-Powered Containerships on Transpacific
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- Ship Owners Lock In Charter Rates at 13-Year Highs
- Germany and Belgium Seize a Record 23 Tonnes of Cocaine Found in Shipping Containers
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Hamburg Reports Steep Declines in Cargo Volume
Hamburg, Germany’s largest port, reported that despite remaining fully-operational during the first quarter its cargo volumes declined nearly eight percent to just under 32 million tons.
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Battered Maersk Essen anchors off Lazaro CardenasThe chartered-in ship decided to ditch congested Los Angeles and make for the port of Lazaro Cardenas in the wake of the accident, where sister firm APM Terminals has a concession.
UK flag overhaul looks to Singapore for inspirationThe article, headlined ‘UK draws up plans to rival Singapore with post-Brexit shipping regime’, makes clear the British admiration of Singapore’s business regime.
Drone survey suggests ONE Apus cargo claims could top $200mUnloading of containers of the badly damaged ONE Apus is proceeding slowly at the Japanese port of Kobe with the operation to remove all boxes expected to take more than a month.
Hapag-Lloyd Reports 2020 Transport Volume RecoveryGerman container liner Hapag-Lloyd expects transport volumes in the fourth quarter to pare sharp losses seen earlier this year as a demand recovery in Asia lifts seaborne shipments.
ZIM reports all-time record Q3 profitUnderscoring the remarkable bounce back of container shipping from reduced volumes due to Covid-19 lockdowns in the first half of the year, ZIM has reported its highest ever Q3 profit.
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