5 04, 2022

Singapore to sign up to international green corridor pact – Clydebank Declaration

2022-04-05T10:57:38+02:00

Singapore, one of the world’s most important transhipment hubs, will sign up to the Clydebank Declaration, a shipping green corridor movement first announced during COP 26 in Glasgow last [...]

Singapore to sign up to international green corridor pact – Clydebank Declaration2022-04-05T10:57:38+02:00
4 04, 2022

Russian Ships Switch Flags At Record Rate On Sanctions Scrutiny

2022-04-05T10:49:59+02:00

Many more Russian-flagged vessels than usual switched their flags to other countries in March, possibly to conceal their ties to Moscow and avoid being caught up in sanctions over [...]

Russian Ships Switch Flags At Record Rate On Sanctions Scrutiny2022-04-05T10:49:59+02:00
1 04, 2022

Shippinglines Warn Shanghai Covid Lockdown Will Increase Shipping Costs Further

2022-04-01T11:36:51+02:00

Danish shipper Maersk said the Shanghai lockdown will severely hurt trucking services and increase transport costs, as China’s intensifying efforts to fight the spread of COVID-19 further rattles global supply chains. The Chinese coastal city, home to [...]

Shippinglines Warn Shanghai Covid Lockdown Will Increase Shipping Costs Further2022-04-01T11:36:51+02:00
25 03, 2022

Bangladeshi container vessel sinks in Kolkata

2022-03-25T09:21:39+01:00

Bangladesh-flagged container vessel sank in Netaji Subhas Dock in Kolkata while loading boxes for Chittagong. The vessel, namely Marine Trust-01, which regularly carries boxes in the Bangladesh India protocol [...]

Bangladeshi container vessel sinks in Kolkata2022-03-25T09:21:39+01:00
24 03, 2022

Work stoppage at Canadian Pacific is over, CP and Teamsters union agree on final arbitration

2022-03-24T09:26:29+01:00

The Teamsters Canada Rail Conference (TCRC) Negotiating Committee and Canadian Pacific (CP) have agreed to enter into binding arbitration and return to work on 22 March. In such a [...]

Work stoppage at Canadian Pacific is over, CP and Teamsters union agree on final arbitration2022-03-24T09:26:29+01:00
23 03, 2022

Ocean Shipping Reform Bill Headed for Senate Vote After Clearing Commerce Committee

2022-03-23T09:09:59+01:00

The U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation on Tuesday approved the Ocean Shipping Reform Act, advancing what could become the first major regulatory reform in ocean shipping [...]

Ocean Shipping Reform Bill Headed for Senate Vote After Clearing Commerce Committee2022-03-23T09:09:59+01:00
22 03, 2022

New report highlights the millions of dollars shipowners pay hackers every year

2022-03-22T09:09:38+01:00

New research has found that where cyber attacks in the maritime industry lead to a ransom payment, shipowners pay more than $3m on average to the perpetrators. A new [...]

New report highlights the millions of dollars shipowners pay hackers every year2022-03-22T09:09:38+01:00
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