Turkish cargo ship Feyza Genç runaway from Maltese arrest

General cargo vessel FEYZA GENC fled Malta after Court issued a warrant for her arrest on July 24, for unpaid bunker bills totaling 45 818 euro. At the time of Court decision freighter was anchored off Malta’s coast in bunkering area. 

Tokyo's April foreign trade box volume falls 11.9pc to 355,272 TEU

THE Port of Tokyo's April container foreign trade volume fell 11.9 per cent year on year to 355,272 TEU in foreign trade and 41,590 TEU in domestic trade, down 2.8 per cent, reports IHS Maritime 360.

Virginia posts first profit since 2008 while setting cargo records

THE Port of Virginia - Norfolk and Newport News - will post its first annual operating profit of US$16.1 million since 2008, according to preliminary figures, reports the Augusta Free Press. 

CMA CGM adds to NEFGUI service in Brazil, French Guyana, Trinidad

FRENCH shipping group CMA CGM has expanded its fleet calling at ports in north Brazil, French Guyana and the Caribbean, after taking delivery of the 2,100-TEU CMA CGM Cayenne

Hutchison Port Holdings' BEST Barcelona terminal wins customs certification

HONG KONG's Hutchison Port Holdings (HPH) unit, Barcelona Europe South Terminal (BEST), has been awarded the Authorised Economic Operator (AEO) certifications of "Customs Simplification" and "Security and Safety" from the Tax Agency, Departamento de Aduanas e II.EE. de la Agencia Tributaria.

Hong Kong bureaucratic activists drive ships and cargo to Shenzhen

THOSE guilty of not burning low-sulphur fuel aboard ships of more than 500 tons berthed in Hong Kong face six months in jail and/or fines of HK$200,000 (US$25,801), warns UK P&I Club loss prevention director Stuart Edmonston.

Brazil's federal workers' strike expected to cripple major ports

THE Brazilian government's latest proposal has failed to persuade federal workers to cancel a national strike this week, reports GAC Hot Port News. 

Asia-Europe rates down 22.8pc, Asia-Med 24pc, USWC 4.4pc, USEC 3.7pc

SPOT rates for shipping from Asia to northern Europe dropped 22.8 per cent to US$400 per TEU in the week ended last Friday.

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