Thousands of mariners are unable to sign off from their ships, causing considerable mental agony to them and their families
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- Abu Dhabi Ports introduces new initiative to cut emissions by half
ABU Dhabi Ports has launched the Smart Container Initiative that will house its digital solutions in a resilient, safe and optimised eco-friendly...
- Volga-Dnepr Group H1 revenue up 40pc
RUSSIA'S Volga-Dnepr Group reported that total revenue across its three airlines - Volga-Dnepr Airlines, AirBridgeCargo Airlines (ABC) and ATRAN...
- New box terminal at Namibian Port is fully operational
THE new container terminal at the Namibian Port of Walvis Bay, built between 2014 and 2019 and commissioned in August 2019, is now fully operational
- Liftings at Port of LA reach record 961,833 TEU in August
THE Port of Los Angeles had its best month ever in August, processing a record-setting 961,833 TEU in August
- TS Lines places US$91m order for four box ships at Huangpu Wenchong
TAIWANESE intra-Asia carrier TS Lines has commissioned the building of up to four 1,900 TEU containerships with a price tag of US$22
- Mounting pressure on China exporters with soaring US shipping costs
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- Indo-China trade at risk as border skirmishes intensify
INDIA banned 118 more mostly Chinese apps, raising tensions after troops skirmished over a disputed Himalayan border site, raising doubts about the...
- Decoupling America would cut China's annual growth to 3.5pc
WORSENING conflict between China and the US has damaged trade, but a complete decoupling between the two would be more damaging to China's...
- Court stops Kenya Airways pilots' sacking until state bailout
A COURT ordered Kenya Airways to stop sacking pilots pending a case challenging the layoffs, reports Bloomberg
- United to eliminate 16,370 jobs because of weak demand
UNITED AIRLINES will eliminate 16,370 jobs next month to shrink operations in response to a decline in flights because of Covid pandemic, reports...
- Steel cutting ceremony: Tug built by UZMAR for Aarhus Port!
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- India posts worst GDP fall of major economies as Covid spikes
INDIA's economy fell 23
- SF Airlines opens Wuhan-Osaka cargo route to meet rising demand
SHENZHEN's SF Airlines, China's leading air cargo carrier, has opened a new international cargo route linking central China's Wuhan and...
- Finnair to cut 1,000 jobs as Covid-19 crisis rips through its business
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- Oakland's hybrid electric cranes slash emissions by 95pc
THE Port of Oakland's largest marine terminal has cut diesel emissions from all 13 of its yard cranes by 95 per cent after retrofitting them with...
- Box ships surpass tankers with fitted scrubbers: BIMCO
CONTAINERSHIPS with a total cargo carrying capacity of 5
- Contamines crew refuse to work in Panama crew change stand off
The crew of another ship have taken matters into their own hands in a new front in the unfolding crew change crisis.
- Qatar Air ban matter of national emergency, ICAO told
A SAUDI-LED group of countries has told the United Nations' aviation agency that 'emergency conditions' justify a three-year diplomatic...
- China's plan to cut air pollution by boosting rail freight falls behind target
OFFICIAL data and media reports in China show that the nation's ambitious three-year plan to boost railway cargo volume and reduce long-distance...