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Draft revised Biofouling Guidelines approved at PPR 10th session

Maritime and Ports International Maritime Organization - 2023-05-03

The Sub-Committee on Pollution Prevention and Response has approved the revised Guidelines for the control and management of ships' biofouling to minimize the transfer of invasive aquatic species. …

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Booming auto export market sees ports full and orderbooks stretched

Maritime and Ports The Load Star - 2023-05-02

The Ro-Ro market is continuing to boom, with demand remaining high and vessel space at a premium boosting rates, while port operators in Europe are refusing to take more vehicles as storage reaches capacity. …

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Scholz’s new push for China port deal triggers row in German coalition

Maritime and Ports Politico - 2023-04-27

German Chancellor Olaf Scholz faces growing tensions within his coalition over his determination to push through controversial Chinese investment into a Hamburg port terminal — despite security concerns, not least from the U.S. …

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Report sheds light on key challenges for women at sea

Maritime and Ports Splash247.com - 2023-04-27

A study conducted by the All Aboard Alliance has revealed 15 key pain points for women at sea. …

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First vehicles carrier joins Green Award

Maritime and Ports Green Award - 2023-04-26

Car carrier Apollon Leader is the first of its kind to join the Green Award programme. Also, the ship’s owner, Japanese Mitsubishi Ore Transport Co. Ltd., was recently certified, together with its bulk carrier Santa Isabel. …

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Maritime transport: how to manage the risk of general average

Maritime and Ports Upply - 2023-04-26

Shippers can sometimes be called to the rescue financially by shipping companies in the event of incidents on a ship, in the name of the principle of general average. A greater risk today than in the past. …

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Danes lift sailing restrictions near Nord Stream leaks

Maritime and Ports Offshore Energy - 2023-04-25

The Danish Energy Agency issued a recommendation that the no-sailing zones around the leakage points on Nord Stream 1 and 2 be lifted, as the resulting gas clouds from the potential gas blowout do not pose a danger to ships in the area.< …

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Volatile output and tight Ro-Ro capacity disrupt auto volumes on US east coast

Maritime and Ports Automotive Logistics - 2023-04-24

Disruption to the production of vehicles and a tightening of ro-ro capacity resulted in a 5.6% drop in vehicle handling at the US ports of New York and New Jersey in 2022, compared to the previous year. …

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Survey: Multifuel future is on the cards as companies ready to run their fleets on 3 or more fuels simultaneously

Maritime and Ports Offshore Energy - 2023-04-24

As the global maritime industry embarks on a decarbonization journey, a recent survey conducted among industry stakeholders has revealed that the path towards decarbonization will be complex, with a wide range of fuels in the mix through …

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Höegh Autoliners bags five-year Asia-Europe vehicle shipping deal

Maritime and Ports Splash247.com - 2023-04-21

Norway’s Höegh Autoliners has landed a five-year deal with a major Asian automaker to carry cars from Asia to Europe. …

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