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NRP Receives Post-Panamax Bulker

Norway’s privately owned investment firm Ness, Risan & Partners (NRP) has become a new owner of a 2011-built dry bulk carrier.

1st Condensate Cargo Sent from Ichthys FPSO

The first shipment of condensate from the INPEX-operated Ichthys LNG Project in Australia has departed, the company said. 
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Air freight demand growth is here to stay

Fears about a significant modal shift have been exaggerated, according to research by consultants McKinsey. Air freight demand growth is here to stay, and fears about a significant modal sh...

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Asia-Middle East ocean freight ‘in steep decline’

New figures for second quarter 2018 erase the reported high growth in the first quarter, Drewry says. New figures covering the second quarter 2018 suggest that ocean freight demand from Asi...

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Brexit border delays could bankrupt 10% of UK firms, survey claims

More than 20% of the 850 UK businesses questioned said they are planning to introduce additional clauses to contracts to increase flexibility, as well as seeking alternative suppliers outside the Euro...

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RobotAIsation: The future of container handling?

Despite the rapid onset of terminal automation, automated container terminals still account for only a small percentage of the 1,400 container terminals around the world.


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Gävle Port’s container terminal to double in size

The contract between the Port of Gävle and CYES Maritime Works—ensuring that the East Coast’s largest container terminal will double its size—was signed September 4th....

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Chinese ports supported by Blockchain technology

Will launch phase one operations in two of the biggest ports: Shanghai and Guangdong (including seven container terminals), which account for nearly half of China’s import and export then expands in...

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Blue Ocean Maritime to Raise USD 250 Mn in London IPO

An investment trust lending to privately-owned shipping companies, Blue Ocean Maritime Income (BMAR), is looking to raise USD 250 million.
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