Home | Internacional (page 109)



Internacional

Owners’ Ship Recycling Transparency Picks Up

The first report of the Ship Recycling Transparency Initiative (SRTI) indicates that there is a growing movement stepping up the pressure on shipowners to disclose their approaches to ...

Leia mais »

Jaxport approves deal for new container terminal

Jacksonville Port Authority agrees $238.7m deal with tenant SSA Marine to construct 80-acre box terminal at Blount Island, increasing port's significance on the US East Coast. The Jacksonvi...

Leia mais »

Swedish ports strike averted after labour deal

Decade-long conflict ends and nationwide port strikes halted, as the Swedish Dockworkers Union and Ports of Sweden sign off on a new collective bargaining agreement. The long-running Swedis...

Leia mais »

Margins improve for DHL Global Forwarding

DGF trades air and ocean freight market share for higher profitability as division seeks to match ‘conversion ratio’ of better-performing peers. Deutsche Post DHL group’s freight mana...

Leia mais »

Peel Ports improves its warehousing facilities

Peel Ports London Medway has increased the capacity of its warehousing facilities at the Port of Sheerness through an extensive reconfiguration programme.

Leia mais »

Shares of Adani Ports and SEZ fall

Shares of port infrastructure company Adani Ports and Special Economic Zone Limited plunge as much 9.1 per cent in its biggest intraday per cent drop since January 28.

...

Leia mais »

Container Tracking Note: World to Senegal

Αll shipments imported to Senegal must have a Cargo Tracking Note (CTN). Each container must be covered by a CTN number communicated in the shipping instructions. It’s mandatory to have said inf...

Leia mais »

Crowley Christens LNG-Powered ConRo Ship in Puerto Rico

Jones Act shipowner Crowley Maritime christened the U.S.-flagged combination container/roll on-roll off (ConRo) ship MV Taíno on February 22.
Leia mais »

MOL, Pavilion Gas Sign Long-Term Deal for LNG Bunker Ship

Japanese shipping company Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL) has signed a long-term charter contract to operate Asia’s largest LNG bunkering vessel in Singapore.

135 queries in 3,385 seconds