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British Ports Association launch Sustainable Development Resolution

2018-08-15T15:00:13+02:00

The British Ports Association has published a sustainable development resolution, which commits to supporting the dual aims of a strong and healthy environment and a thriving economy. The BPA represents 350 ports, terminals and port…

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Hapag-Lloyd: Mediterranean Pacific Service (MPS) – Change of…

2018-08-15T14:00:32+02:00

The following customer advisory was published by Hapag-Lloyd: Please be advised that our MPS service will change terminals at Genoa, Italy. From: Voltri Terminal Europa S.P.A. (VTE) To: Genoa Port Terminal GPT Calata Inglese Palazzo…

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APM Terminals launches online customer platform in Bahrain

2018-08-15T13:00:50+02:00

The following release was published by APM Terminals: APM Terminals Bahrain has launched the ‘Lift’ portal which allows customers to track and trace their goods, check the status of shipments and vessels and schedule…

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HMM Widens Loss amid High Bunker Costs, Poor Freight Rates

2018-08-15T12:00:19+02:00

“South Korea’s Hyundai Merchant Marine (HMM) saw its net loss expand in the second quarter, mainly due to higher bunker costs and lower average freight rates.” To learn more, see the original story at World Maritime News.…

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