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- MOL, ClassNK, NAPA deploy navigational risk monitoring system
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- Boxship charter rates hit new highs
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K Line Orders, Charters Out LNG Carrier Pair
Japanese shipping company Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha (K Line) has ordered two new LNG carriers in China and signed a long-term time charter contract with Petronas LNG.
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Boxship charter rates hit new highsThe same trend is observed for slightly smaller units of 2,700 teu, where the new benchmark for similar periods is now close to $50,000 for standard units, up from $42,000 at the beginning of the year.
New World’s Biggest Containership Makes Maiden Call in the UKThe Ever Ace, the unofficial new title holder for the rank of the world’s largest container ship, has made its maiden call in the United Kingdom.
Seaspan seals charter extensions with Cosco for 17 vesselsThe vessels charters with Cosco were set to end for two vessels in 2021, 13 vessels in 2022, and two vessels in 2023. All have now been extended for a three-year term from the end of their current charter period.
Seaspan Adds to Containership OrderbookHong Kong-based Seaspan Corporation today announced that it has entered into agreements for the construction of two new 12,000 TEU containerships, bringing its newbuild orderbook to 39 ships.
Construction on Neoline’s 1st sailing cargo ship to start this summerNeoline, a French shipowner offering carbon-free shipping services, has signed a letter of intent (LOI) with compatriot company Neopolia Mobility for the construction of Neoline’s first 136-meter sailing cargo ship.
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