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21 May 2024

MSC Announce North Peru Feeder Service From Salaverry & Paita

MSC has announced the launch of their “North Peru Feeder,” a new dedicated feeder service sailing from Salaverry and Paita in Peru.

MSC Announce North Peru Feeder Service From Salaverry & Paita
21 May 2024

Tokyo University & ONE Offer Container Management Science Course

ONE launches Social Cooperation Program, Container Management Science, in partnership with the School of Engineering at The University of Tokyo.

Tokyo University & ONE Offer Container Management Science Course
20 May 2024

Maersk Announces Updates for Baltimore Services

Maersk has announced an update on its services to the Port of Baltimore, reopening bookings for direct loading and discharge on upcoming voyages.

Maersk Announces Updates for Baltimore Services
16 May 2024

NYK & Partners to Create World’s First Biomass-Fueled Ship

Nippon Yusen Kaisha has partnered with NYK Bulk & Projects Carriers, Tsuneishi, and Drax to develop the world’s first biomass-fueled vessel.

NYK & Partners to Create World’s First Biomass-Fueled Ship
16 May 2024

New China-Vietnam-Thailand Service Launched by ONE

Singapore-based container line Ocean Network Express (ONE) has announced the launch of a new service, the China-Vietnam-Thailand (CVT) route.

New China-Vietnam-Thailand Service Launched by ONE
16 May 2024

Hyundai Samho Heavy Industries to Build LPG Carriers for MOL

In industry news, Mitsui OSK Lines (MOL) has commissioned Hyundai Samho Heavy Industries to construct two 88,000 cubic meter LPG carriers.

Hyundai Samho Heavy Industries to Build LPG Carriers for MOL
15 May 2024

UK Follows Australia in Livestock Export for Slaughter Ban

On May 14th, the UK Parliament voted in favor of a bill that prohibits the export of livestock for slaughter and fattening for slaughter.

UK Follows Australia in Livestock Export for Slaughter Ban
15 May 2024

SFL Corporation Signs Agreement to Charter Vessels to Maersk

On Tuesday, May 14th, SFL Corporation signed an agreement to charter three of its 10,600 TEU vessels to Maersk for five years.

SFL Corporation Signs Agreement to Charter Vessels to Maersk
14 May 2024

180-Day Ban On 'Unsafe' Bulk Carrier Ordered by Australia

The Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) has imposed a 180-day ban on the Indian bulk carrier Darya Shaan due to safety concerns.

180-Day Ban On 'Unsafe' Bulk Carrier Ordered by Australia
14 May 2024

New India West Coast-Middle East Service Launched by CMA CGM

CMA CGM has unveiled a new weekly service, VGI, which will link Laem Chabang, Vung Tau, and Jakarta to the India West Coast and the Middle East

New India West Coast-Middle East Service Launched by CMA CGM
14 May 2024

Live Export of Sheep to be Banned by Australia in 2028

Australia has decided to prohibit the live export of sheep by sea starting May 2028, following numerous incidents involving livestock carriers.

Live Export of Sheep to be Banned by Australia in 2028
13 May 2024

First-Quarter Revenues Announced by Yang Ming

Yang Ming reported robust financial results for the first quarter, with revenues reaching US$1.39B and a net profit after tax of US$298.42M.

First-Quarter Revenues Announced by Yang Ming
10 May 2024

Maersk Announce Upgraded New Zealand Service

Maersk has unveiled a new upgraded service starting May 17th designed to enhance logistics solutions for New Zealand and the surrounding islands.

Maersk Announce Upgraded New Zealand Service
9 May 2024

New President of Panama Has Canal Water Levels Top of Agenda

The newly elected president of Panama, Jose Raul Mulino, has prioritized the water levels of the Panama Canal as a focus of his administration.

New President of Panama Has Canal Water Levels Top of Agenda
9 May 2024

Nicaragua Shelves Plan for Panama Canal Rival

Nicaragua has terminated a 50-year concession previously awarded to Chinese businessman Wang Jing to construct a rival to the Panama Canal.

Nicaragua Shelves Plan for Panama Canal Rival