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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.

London Tilbury2 port development gets go-ahead

New maritime gateway on River Thames to be operational in spring 2020 and deliver much needed port capacity, says Forth Ports Group. The Port of Tilbury has  received development consent f...

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Global automotive supply chains set for significant upheaval

Honda’s announcement this week of its UK plant closure reflects a sector in crisis, with winners and losers among logistics suppliers, says Ti’s Thomas Cullen. Global automotive supply ...

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K Line’s LNG Carrier in Maiden Call to Naoetsu Terminal

K Line’s liquefied natural gas (LNG) carrier Oceanic Breeze, sailing from Ichthys LNG Project in Australia, has made a maiden call to Japanese Naoetsu LNG Terminal. Leia mais »

Ocean Yield Reaches FPSO Charter Deal with Aker Energy

Oslo-listed shipowner Ocean Yield has agreed a long-term bareboat charter option for the FPSO Dhirubhai-1 with Aker Energy.
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INPEX to Monitor Performance on Its Three LNG Carriers

Japan’s INPEX Corporation has hired maritime solutions provider NAPA to install its monitoring and follow-up of ship operations software on three of the company’s LNG carriers. Leia mais »

MOL Chemical Tankers, Den Hartogh Form Chemical Logistics Alliance

Singapore-based MOL Chemical Tankers (MOLCT) and Dutch Den Hartogh Logistics have established a strategic alliance to jointly develop and streamline liquid chemical logistics services ...

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WFS to build new pharma facility at Copenhagen Airport

State-of-the-art 1,500sqm specialist warehouse follows significant recent growth in life-sciences traffic – up 90%, YoY. The world’s largest air cargo handler, Worldwide Flight Services...

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US box imports still strong as tariff hike approaches

With trade talks with China still unresolved, retailers appear to be bringing spring merchandise into the country early in case tariffs go up in March, NRF reports. Imports through the major US ret...

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