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Japan’s export/import cargoes predicted to keep downward trend
Nittsu 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.
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John Adams Named Managing Director of V.Ships LtdLondon-based ship manager V.Group has appointed John Adams as managing director of V.Ships UK Ltd, based in Glasgow.
Global Ship Lease to Buy Two Post-Panamaxes on Long-Term ChartersLondon-based containership charter owner Global Ship Lease (GSL) has agreed to acquire two 2004-built Post-Panamax containerships from Black Pearl Containers.
WTO’s goods barometer suggests slow growth of world tradeWorld merchandise trade is expected to remain below trend into the fourth quarter of 2019, according to the World Trade Organization’s latest Goods Trade Barometer.
Euroseas Buys Containership QuartetGreek ship owner and operator Euroseas has entered into agreements to acquire four secondhand 4,253 TEU containerships.
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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