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Euroseas to use low sulphur fuel to comply with IMO 2020

2019-02-22T13:00:45+01:00

“Greek containership owner Euroseas plans to burn low sulphur fuels to comply with the IMO 2020 0.5% sulphur cap.” To learn more, see the original story at Seatrade Maritime News. Source: Seatrade Maritime News (JB)

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CMA CGM to Build Florida-Asia Trade Link

2019-02-22T12:00:02+01:00

“CMA CGM, the world’s fourth largest container shipping line by market share, has announced it will begin calling at the Port Tampa Bay from May 2019, as it looks to connect the US state of Florida to critical Asian…

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China and Kuwait to Build New Port

2019-02-22T11:00:04+01:00

“Kuwait and China have signed a memorandum-of-understanding (MoU) to begin Phase 1 construction of the Silk City megaproject, an industrial initiative which will include the development of the Mubarak Al-Kabeer Port.” To…

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Maersk creates problems in New Zealand

2019-02-22T10:00:07+01:00

“Container shipping company Hamburg Süd, which is part of Maersk, is not popular in the New Zealand port city of Port Chalmers. This takes place after the shipping company has chosen to call at the port with container ships of the…

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