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Hapag-Lloyd announces fresh prices
Hapag-Lloyd announces an increased Ocean Tariff rate for all cargoes in 20’ and 40’ General Purpose (incl. High Cube Container) as well as 20’ and 40’ Reefer Containers on the Atlantic westbound trade from North Europe to North America and Mexico.
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China Merchants Port intends to invest in Antong Holdings restructuringThe financially troubled Chinese container shipping company Antong Holdings has announced that the company has a potential investor in the shape of China Merchants Port to fund its restructuring.
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Shanghai Bestway’s second largest shareholder suspected of contract fraudShanghai Bestway Marine & Energy Technology announced that the company had received notice from Shanghai Public Security Bureau Songjiang Branch that the company’s second largest shareholder was suspected of being involved in contract fraud.
Klaveness Combination Carriers nets green financing for its two newbuildsOslo-listed Klaveness Combination Carriers ASA has secured a $60 million green loan for the financing of the seventh and eight CLEANBU vessels with delivery in 2021.
Bank lending to Greek shipowners remains steady at $53.1bnFallout from the Covid-19 pandemic has had a strong impact on banks and non-bank lenders to the shipping industry, and despite the ongoing upgrading of the Greek fleet lending to Greek shipowners remains pretty much steady.
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