- Panama Canal increases maximum draught for neo-panamax locks
- Actual Number of Containers Lost at Sea Falling, Study Shows
- Philippine Red Cross Visits Stranded Crew on Abandoned Tanker
- ClassNK joins US cyber risk initiative ahead of IMO 2021
- Urgent Reforms Needed to Address Shipment of Dangerous Goods
- Barge Crew at Golden Ray Site Tests Positive for COVID-19
- Soaring costs discouraging crew changes in India
- THE Alliance blanks sailings and keeps services merged in August
- Swire Bulk to be separated from China Navigation Co
- Bureau Veritas appoints new chief executive for China
- Indian Minister: India to save logistic costs using Chabahar for transport
- d’Amico to pocket $16m in cash from sale of two elderly MRs
- Shipping banks better prepared than in 2008
- Moody's Downgrades its Outlook for Shipping
- Cosco Shipping and Alibaba Latest Efforts Using Blockchain in Shipping
Tariffs take toll on Port of LA October volumes
The Port of Los Angeles moved 770,189 TEUs in October, a 19.1% decrease compared to 2018’s record-breaking October. After 10 months of 2019, total volumes have increased 1.8% compared to last year, which was the busiest year ever at America’s top port.
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Indian Minister: India to save logistic costs using Chabahar for transportUnion Minister of State for Shipping and Union Minister of State for Chemical and Fertilizers of India said his country will save 20% logistic costs by using Chabahar Port for transporting to Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS).
Spanish port in first LNG bunkeringSpanish port of Denia recently hosted its first liquefied natural gas bunkering operation supplying the fuel to Balearia’s ferry.
Log Carrier Loses Power Leaving New Zealand’s Port of TaurangaA Singapore-flagged log carrier that lost power as it departed New Zealand’s Port of Tauranga is now safely at anchor in deep water outside the harbor, maritime officials have confirmed.
Suez Canal gives vehicle carrier toll rebateIn the latest of a series of rebates on Suez Canal tolls vehicle carriers transiting the waterway eastbound from Northwest Europe to East Asia can apply for an 8% rebate.
Employing the USMCA to Build Trade Between Florida and Mexico's PortsAs the new United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) goes into effect, organizations are exploring how it can contribute to growth in maritime trade.
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