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General cargo ship sank in Indonesian waters Update
Dec 11: Ship’s stern is resting on bottom, fore part is afloat, hull moving around by currents, tides. KENEUKAI at the time of sinking was loading cement, some 52000 sacks were loaded. Oil leak reported. Salvage hampered by a wreck near ship’s sunk stern. From available information it may be surmised, that ship’s hull, initially, was punctured by this wreck, which caused engine room water ingress and flooding.

Posted On:12-Dec-2017



Trafigura Seals Lease Deal for 30 New Ships
Trafigura Group has finalized the deal for the leasing of all 30 newbuilding ships.

Posted On:12-Dec-2017



Not just Somali pirates, Cyber attacks too hit ships
Not just Somali pirates, Cyber attacks too hit ships  Hellenic Shipping News WorldwideFull coverage

Posted On:12-Dec-2017



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India, ASEAN linkages: Nitin Gadkari proposes $1 bn credit, says must improve road, rail maritime connectivity
India, ASEAN linkages: Nitin Gadkari proposes $1 bn credit, says must improve road, rail maritime connectivity  Financial ExpressUSD 1 billion credit to boost connectivity with Asean  The New Indian ExpressFull coverage

Posted On:12-Dec-2017



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Nigeria to train 289 seamen in UK, Egypt
Nigeria to train 289 seamen in UK, Egypt  The PunchFull coverage

Posted On:12-Dec-2017



74 vessels cross Suez Canal in 24 hours
The Suez Canal recorded on Saturday the highest number of single-day ship traffic in its history, with 74 large vessels crossing, which were also carrying the largest weight of shipments, at 5.2 million tonnes. Furthermore, he added that the number of transiting vessels from the north reached 50 vessels, with loads of 3.1 million tonnes, ...

Posted On:12-Dec-2017



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Hamad Port set to handle rising global cargo
Hamad Port, which has seen the world’s largest shipping companies seek entry and growth in the Qatari and regional markets, is all set to handle increasing volumes of global cargo, according to a top official of QTerminals, the operator of the first phase of the port. “We have a robust growth strategy in place to ...

Posted On:12-Dec-2017



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Kalmar to deliver straddle carriers to Global Ports in Russia
Kalmar, part of Cargotec, has concluded an agreement to supply 12 Classic Straddle Carriers to JSC First Container Terminal (FCT) in St. Petersburg, Russia, one of the key companies of Global Ports group. The order was booked into Cargotec’s 2017 fourth quarter order intake and delivery will take place during the fourth quarter of 2018. ...

Posted On:12-Dec-2017



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Van Oord completes expansion of Taiwan’s largest port
Van Oord recently completed the expansion of the port of Kaohsiung. The client, Taiwan International Ports Corporation (TIPC), awarded the contract in 2015. The work was completed eight months ahead of schedule. In less than two years’ time, trailing suction hopper dredgers Vox Máxima, Volvox Terranova, and Rotterdam created 250 hectares of new land for ...

Posted On:12-Dec-2017



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Québec keen on maritime tie-up, port-led development in Goa
With Quebec looking for opportunities to partner with India, in the areas of trade, investment and maritime collaboration, the consul and director of the Quebec government office in Mumbai, Dominic Marcotte held wide ranging discussions with several stakeholders in Goa. Many Indian companies are active in Quebec, primarily in the mining, information and communications technology, ...

Posted On:12-Dec-2017



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BIFA predicts next cargo record year
Cargo volumes are expected to grow by 4.5% in 2018. The boost to cargo volumes in 2017 (+9.3%) was a result of companies needing to restock inventories quickly to meet unexpectedly strong demand. This led cargo volumes to grow at twice the pace of the expansion in world trade (4.3%). Cargo yields are expected to ...

Posted On:12-Dec-2017



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VLCC Tanker Market Hits the Rocks
The VLCC market sentiment was firmly in negative territory this week as fundamentals continued to sour said shipbroker Charles R. Weber in its latest weekly report. “In the Middle East market, cargo volumes during the first two decades of the December program have come in below expectations, raising concerns that the final decade will not ...

Posted On:12-Dec-2017



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