LONDON WELCOMES THE INTERNATIONAL MARITIME WORLD

The world’s shipping industry will converge on London this week for London International Shipping Week (LISW15 September 7 to 11) to herald the city’s position as the world’s leading maritime services centre.

Lebanese activists on hunger strike to protest garbage

Türkiye'den ve Dünya'dan Güncel Haberler () 14 Lebanese demonstrators go on hunger strike demanding reform

Germany, France call for joint resettlement of migrants

German Chancellor Merkel and French President Hollande send joint letter to EU leaders proposing a new mechanism for resettlement of illegal migrants

Georgia to lift new crane performance with RFID automation

GEORGIA Ports Authority (GPA) is to extend its use of process automation technology from Identec Solutions to support the operation of new ship-to-shore and rubber-tyre gantry cranes at Savannah. 

AADA cuts bunker surcharge to US$225/TEU as oil price declines

MEMBER lines of the Asia Australian Discussion Agreement (AADA) are telling customers that the bunker surcharge for shipments from Japan, Korea, mainland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan...

Hans Nagtegaal new head of containers at Port of Rotterdam Authority

HANS Nagtegaal, 49, will be the new head of containers at the Port of Rotterdam Authority succeeding Joyce Bliek, it has been announced. 

11,400-TEU CMA CGM Callis biggest ship in Puget Sound docks in Seattle

THE biggest ship ever to come into Puget Sound, the 11,400-TEU CMA CGM Callisto, has docked at Terminal 18 in Seattle, heralding the arrival of mega-ships cascading into the transpacific trades.

Sealand extends its Low Sulphur Surcharge into the fourth quarter

SEALAND will maintain the Low Sulphur Surcharge (LSS) for the fourth quarter of 2015 at US$40 per TEU and $80 per FEU from October 1, the Charlotte, North Carolina, company announced. 




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