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May 06, 2021 at 07:28 in General by Tanja Lohrmann

Sweden’s first inland waterway container barge shuttle service launches this month to reduce road congestion and carbon dioxide emissions. German shipping company Reederie Deymann is introducing the EU inland waterway classed container barge Emelie Deymann into Lake Mälaren to operate ...

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Apr 28, 2021 at 08:16 in General by Ankur Kundu

Turkey's Environmental Minister Murat Kurum recently confirmed that the country has approved development plans for a huge canal on the edge of Istanbul, called the Kanal Istanbul. Kanal Istanbul would increase capacity for shipping to and from the Black Sea, ...

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Apr 23, 2021 at 07:11 in General by Ankur Kundu

Near Exmouth on Western Australia’s northwest coast, plans are underway to construct Australia-first regenerative deep-water port. Gascoyne Gateway, an Australian firm has proposed plans for the project, and they aim to do more than simply protect what’s left of the ...

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Apr 16, 2021 at 09:26 in General by Ankur Kundu

Working under the umbrella name of Green Wilhelmshaven, German energy conglomerate Uniper has been working towards the development of a national hydrogen hub. Instead of a planned LNG import terminal, Uniper has decided to go for hydrogen, with Uniper declaring ...

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Apr 13, 2021 at 08:35 in General by Ankur Kundu

Pursuing an aggressive plan of rebuilding Beirut’s port within three years, France's shipping behemoth CMA CGM aims to help Lebanon with a steady recovery. The country has been in political turmoil since August last year, which has made decision-making harder ...

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Mar 29, 2021 at 08:41 in General by Ankur Kundu

According to marine tracking data, at least 20 ships caught up in the Suez Canal are carrying livestock, thereby raising concerns about animal welfare once the logjam intensifies. The grounding of Ever Given, owned by Taiwan's Evergreen Marine Corporation, has ...

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Mar 29, 2021 at 07:32 in General by Mikhail Voytenko

Freight rates more than doubled, hitting exporters most Thailand trade and industries continue to suffer losses from container crisis in year 2021, badly affected both by lack of empty containers, and by surging freight rates. In the first months of ...

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