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Safmarine website goes mobile

AJOT | February 01, 2011 | Liner Shipping

Shipping line Safmarine has introduced a mobile website offering for its customers. This innovative new service (launched in November 2010) can be accessed by all major mobile devices* and smart phones. Read More »

TUI steps up Hapag-Lloyd IPO plans

AJOT | February 01, 2011 | Liner Shipping

TUI AG and a group of German investors are stepping up efforts to float container shipping group Hapag-Lloyd in the second quarter, four people familiar with the matter told Reuters.

"Analyst briefings are to start on Feb. 15," one of the people said, Read More »

Maersk halts Ivorian cocoa exports

AJOT | February 01, 2011 | Liner Shipping

Danish shipping company Maersk has halted cocoa exports from Ivory Coast and stopped taking new orders for imports to the country, in line with European Union restrictions, an official at the company said.

Maersk is the main shipper of Ivorian cocoa b Read More »

Sea Star Line recognized for environmental excellence

AJOT | February 01, 2011 | Liner Shipping

Sea Star Line, Inc. has been named as an environmental award winner by the Chamber of Shipping of America (CSA).

The awards were announced at a dinner ceremony in the Ronald Reagan Building in Washington, DC on Veterans Day, November 11. Maritime Admi Read More »

Geest Line first to submit Impatex ICS declaration

AJOT | February 01, 2011 | Liner Shipping

A shipping line was the first Impatex customer to submit a live ICS declaration using the company's NetFreight web-based forwarding and customs system. The entry was performed on the first working day of 2011, the launch date for the new regime. Read More »

Sungdong Shipbuilding wins $583 mlllion order

AJOT | February 01, 2011 | Liner Shipping

South Korea's small and medium-sized shipbuilder Sungdong Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering Co Ltd said it had won orders worth 650 billion won ($582.6 million) to build 6 large container ships from Switzerland-based Mediterranean Shipping Co (MSC) and Read More »

Premium Article  Arctic more than a blip on China’s radar screen

George Lauriat | January 23, 2011 | Energy | International Trade | Liner Shipping | Ports & Terminals

Although it does not possess an inch of Arctic coastline, the economic potential of the region is clearly important to China’s global aspirations.

At a conference in Montreal on Arctic shipping late last year, the intervention of a Chinese spe Read More »

Premium Article  Albacor positions itself with right moves

Karen Thuermer | January 23, 2011 | Breakbulk & Projects | Liner Shipping

In many ways, a recent shipment for a French transformer manufacturer exemplifies Albacor Shipping’s daily work load. Here a transformer was shipped from France on a Spliethoff vessel to Houston. There the transformer was offloaded directly from the vesse Read More »

Premium Article  Beluga Shipping sees bright future in Northern Sea Route

Leo Ryan | January 23, 2011 | Breakbulk & Projects | Liner Shipping

Beluga Shipping, Germany’s project cargo specialist, drew worldwide attention in the summer of 2009 by becoming the first western enterprise to have successfully transited the entire Northern Sea Route (NSR) between Asia and Europe. Two new ice-strengthen Read More »

Premium Article  Canada’s Arctic shipping vanguard

Leo Ryan | January 23, 2011 | Liner Shipping | Ports & Terminals

For decades, a select group of Canadian shipping firms have been actively involved in delivering vital supplies to remote communities in the Far North and transporting mineral products to foreign markets from arguably the world’s harshest region. Their ve Read More »

Premium Article  Hijacking project cargo

Peter Buxbaum | January 23, 2011 | Breakbulk & Projects | International Trade | Liner Shipping

A 2010 incident ended well but the threat of piracy is growing, especially off the coast of Somalia
The vulnerability of project cargoes and vessels to piracy was brought into the spotlight on October 24, 2010, when the “Beluga Fortune” was Read More »

Shippers weigh options to reduce sulphur emissions

AJOT | January 23, 2011 | Liner Shipping

Global efforts to drastically reduce toxic sulphur emissions in the shipping industry will likely be delayed for years due to the reluctance of refiners to invest billions of dollars to produce cleaner burning fuel.

The United Nations shipping agency Read More »

New World Alliance set to reduce ocean capacity

AJOT | January 23, 2011 | Liner Shipping

The New World Alliance said it will temporarily reduce capacity on selected Trans-Pacific Trade services to coincide with Lunar New Year factory shutdowns in Asia. The three container shipping lines in the alliance -- APL, Hyundai Merchant Marine (HMM) a Read More »

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