Fumigants are the preferred choice in avoiding insect population when transporting agricultural products in bulk by sea.
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- Turkish-Russian rapprochement 100 years after Ataturk's first letter to Lenin
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- Ice worth US$196m found at Sydney airport depot
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- Russian navy to cut down on large warships 'significantly' by 2027
THE number of Russian large ocean-going warships is to decrease significantly by 2027, reports London's Jane's Defence Weekly
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- Big banks, big shipping join big climate lobby in decarbonisation drive
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- Three of eight Malaysian fisherman off Sabah by South Sea pirates
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- China Coast Guard ship joins exercises with Philippines Coast Guard
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- Airlines follow FAA ban of US airlines from flying over Iraq, Iran
THE Federal Aviation Administration has banned US airlines from flying in the airspace over Iran and Iraq and the waters of the Persian Gulf and the...
- Security concerns for shipping in the Middle East after Soleimani's death
SHIPS operating in the Gulf region should be vigilant following the US air strike in Iraq that killed Iran's General Qassem Soleimani, according...
- ReCAAP Information Sharing Centre meets Philippine Coast Guard
THE anti-piracy ReCP Information Sharing Centre and Philippine Coast Guard convened a meeting with regional maritime authorities, the shipping...
- Korea's HMM names female skipper to command 8,600-TEUer
JUN Kyoung-ok, 38
- Hard Brexit warning as EU likely to resist a free trade agreement
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- UK navy's latest and most expensive aircraft carrier calls at Portsmouth
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- Demand for mid-size, smaller box ships looks promising: Global Ship Lease
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- Capsized car carrier Golden Ray is to be cut up and removed from port of Brunswick
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- Conference in London to focus on information warfare in the maritime environment
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- IAG Cargo partners Cargo Signal to provide new cargo monitoring service
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