Canadian waters safer but more research needed into risks: report

A NEW workshop report released by the Council of Canadian Academies (CCA) shows that Canadian waters are becoming safer, but there's still a lack of available data on the causes of accidents, the stages at which accidents occur, and the frequency of shipments by cargo type and region.

CMA CGM levies 2-way rate hikes between Mediterranean and Asian ports

FRENCH shipping giant CMA CGM has announced two rate hikes, US$150 per unit from Mediterranean ports to Asia from June 1, and $100 per TEU on cargo from Asia to the Red Sea from May 12.

Greek islands hope to gain from EU-Turkey visa deal

Greek islands expect Turkish tourists to increase substantially if the visa-free deal between EU and Turkey comes through, Greek chamber and tourism officials said Thursday.

Turkish prime minister to stand down

Turkey’s ruling Justice and Development (AK) Party will hold a fresh leadership election later this month, Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said Thursday.

Maersk Group profit falls 86pc to US$224 million, revenue slips 19pc

MAERSK Group's first quarter year-on-year profit declined 86 per cent to US$224 million, drawn on revenues of $2 billion, down 19 per cent, the company reported.

US port results hit by comparison with 2015 west coast labour strife

OUT of the 22 major ports in North America that handled 85 per cent of containers in 2015, the top performers were LA and Long Beach, after achieving record container throughputs in January and February. 

Italy's La Spezia port brass to visit Ningbo, Qingdao, Seoul to foster trade

ITALY's La Spezia Container Terminal - owned by Contship Italia Group - is to hold a series of events this month in China and South Korea, to continue to convey the message that the port is a gateway to Italy and the markets of south and central Europe.

Report: Daesh attacks Turkmen with chemical weapons

Türkiye'den ve Dünya'dan Güncel HaberlerA report by Netherlands-based organization confirms Daesh's chemical attack on town in Iraq, says Iraqi Turkmen Front head




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