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Wan Hai Buys Two Boxships from PIL for USD 186 Mln
Taiwanese shipping company Wan Hai Lines has acquired two containerships from Singapore-based liner operator Pacific International Lines (PIL), the company said in a regulatory filing.
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US East Coast Ports Celebrate Arrival of Large Container ShipThe arrival of the 14,000 TEU Hyundai Hope in the ports of Bayonne, New Jersey, and Wilmington, North Carolina marked important milestones in the expansion of container service along the US East Coast.
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Hapag-Lloyd secured 9 percent in energy savings by removing fouling on 33 shipsGerman container shipping company Hapag-Lloyd has obtained 9 percent in energy savings in the form of fuel by preventing fouling on the hulls of its ships.
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Idle Containership Fleet Appears Set to Hit All-Time RecordIdled containership capacity is expected to reach a record high of 3m teu within weeks, in the “worst capacity crisis the industry has ever seen”, according to new data from Alphaliner.
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