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  • I think, in many ways, the report shows an encouraging trend, that bulk terminals generally perform well - only four reports were rated as poor, says Aron Sorensen, Head of Maritime Technology and Regulation at BIMCO. The reports show that
    xinde marine news2019-01-18 17:02:11
  • The shipping industry is rapidly reaching a point of no return: Emission limits and, in the more distant future, complete decarbonization will change ship operation dramatically. The question is: How should container ships be built today? T
    xinde marine news2019-01-18 16:42:38
  • Navis, a part of Cargotec Corporation, and the provider of operational technologies and services that unlock greater performance and efficiency for the worlds leading organizations across the shipping supply chain, announced that Jintang In
    xinde marine news2019-01-18 16:41:02
  • 1.COSCO SHIPPING Ports Limited today announced that the Company has signed official agreement with PSA Corporation Limited (PSA) for the addition of two new berths at the COSCO-PSA Terminal (COSCO PSA Terminal or CPT) in Boao, Hainan. 2.Acc
    xinde marine news Anita Liu2019-01-18 16:38:34
  • The definition of laid up used in this context: Estimating the number of vessels in layup is an imperfect science, however, using a big data approach VesselsValue can provide a valid estimation using the following methodology. VV observes t
    xinde marine news2019-01-18 10:21:06
  • 1.During a maritime safety seminar held by Hong Kong Marine Department yesterday, the department proposed to set up four ship speed limit areas each at Tai Po and Sai Kung, adding to 21 existing speed limit areas. 2.Chinas Ningbo-Zhoushan p
    xinde marine news Anita Liu2019-01-17 16:24:49
  • IF there was ever a year when the outlook for reliability in the international logistics system was more clouded, 2019 and into 2020 would take the prize. It could be quite a ride. In the ocean container space, certain things have changed t
    xinde marine news2019-01-17 15:52:24
  • 1.BIMCO, CLIA, ICS, Intercargo, InterManager, INTERTANKO, IUMI, OCIMF and World Shipping Council have produced the 2018 (Ver 3) Guidelines on Cyber Security onboard ships which are attached for members reference. 2.Zhejiang province in east
    xinde marine news Anita Liu2019-01-16 16:46:42
  • We believe that the industrys supply-demand balance will benefit from a reduced appetite for Ultra Large Container Vessels (ULCVs) among the major carriers, some of which now have their eyes fixed on a bigger prize of becoming global logist
    xinde marine news2019-01-16 16:43:07
  • In view of the growth potential in Latin American trade, Evergreen Line is continuing to establish its own offices at main service locations in the region. The move will strengthen the effectiveness of the lines operations, improve its capa
    xinde marine news2019-01-15 16:58:41
  • Hong Kong has long been a prime candidate for a terminal alliance, Drewrys senior analyst for Ports Terminals has said following the formation of the Hong Kong Seaport Alliance. Speaking to Port Strategy after the announcement of the allian
    xinde marine news2019-01-15 16:57:16
  • 1.China will attempt to solve the trade tension with the US during 2019, the countrys commerce minister informed. This decision came after talking with US negotiators last week. 2.Chinas foreign trade volume reached 30.51 trillion yuan in 2
    xinde marine news Anita Liu2019-01-15 16:51:32
  • COSCO Shipping Development (Hong Kong), a subsidiary of Cosco Shipping Development, has entered into a sale and leaseback agreement with Japanese leasing outfit Financial Products Group (FPG) for four of the companys box ships. Under the ar
    xinde marine news2019-01-15 16:50:43
  • Chinas imports of natural gas surged 31.9 percent year-on-year to 90.4 million metric tons in 2018, setting a record, according to the General Administration of Customs. It also demonstrated that most of the liquefied natural gas came from
    xinde marine news2019-01-15 14:38:13
  • Two Chinese shipbuilding companies have expressed intent to invest in the largest Philippine shipyard, debt-riddled Hanjin Heavy Industries and Construction Philippines, the Department of Trade Industry (DTI) said. Drowning in debt, the Phi
    xinde marine news2019-01-14 17:32:24

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