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Royal Cargo expands logistics portfolio, enters domestic shipping

Royal Cargo expands logistics portfolio, enters domestic shipping

May. 29 | At the groundbreaking of the Cargo City North Hub of Royal Cargo, Inc, (L-R), Romeo Gaco of National Meat Inspection Services (NMIS), Department of Agriculture Region 3; Dr. Simeon Amurao Jr., Director III, Office of the Director Bureau of Animal Industry,...

Mega boxship fleet rises to 36% of Asia-Europe deployed capacity

Mega boxship fleet rises to 36% of Asia-Europe deployed capacity

May. 29 | The rapid growth of the mega boxship fleet is one of the key factors driving trends in boxship “cascading” on global trade lanes, according to a new analysis by Clarksons. At the beginning of May the mega containership fleet in the capacity range...

Hapag-Lloyd seals union with UASC

Hapag-Lloyd seals union with UASC

May. 25 | German carrier Hapag-Lloyd and Kuwait-based rival United Arab Shipping Company (UASC) completed their merger on May 24, the union strengthening Hapag-Lloyd’s position as the fifth largest liner shipping company in the world. “This is an important...

ICS asks IMO to set CO2 reduction goals for shipping sector

ICS asks IMO to set CO2 reduction goals for shipping sector

May. 24 | The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) will urge the International Maritime Organization (IMO) to “adopt some dramatic CO2 reduction objectives—on behalf of the international shipping sector as a whole—in order to match the ambition of the...

Now’s the time for ocean shippers to digitize, says INTTRA

Now’s the time for ocean shippers to digitize, says INTTRA

May. 22 | Digitization is rapidly transforming the ocean container shipping industry, according to INTTRA, the world’s ocean shipping electronic marketplace. In a new whitepaper— Blueprint 2032: How Technology Transforms Ocean Container Shipping– INTTRA,...

Unithai Shipyard to operate largest floating dock in Thailand

Unithai Shipyard to operate largest floating dock in Thailand

May. 22 | MV Spica Leader from NKY Line is on dry-dock at Unithai Shipyard’s new floating dock facility. Unithai Shipyard and Engineering Limited is building the largest floating dock in Thailand. When complete, the dockyard will be 984-foot long and 170-foot...

PPA oversight body created to identify, resolve Manila North Harbor issues

PPA oversight body created to identify, resolve Manila North Harbor issues

May. 22 | The Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) has created an operations oversight committee to look into concerns of stakeholders using the Manila North Harbor and ensure the efficient movement of goods passing through the port. Operations Memorandum Order (OMO)...

Harbor Star logs flat income growth for Q1

Harbor Star logs flat income growth for Q1

May. 22 | Harbor Star’s most recent acquisition, MT Keid, the 3,200 BHP 40-ton bollard pull tugboat Marine services provider Harbor Star Shipping Services, Inc. (HSSSI) reported a profit of P23.098 million in the first quarter of 2017, slightly lower by 0.7%...

Special PH customs inspection team formed to fast track probe into undervalued shipments

Special PH customs inspection team formed to fast track probe into undervalued shipments

May. 21 | The Philippine Bureau of Customs (BOC) has created a Special Inspection Team (SIT) to expedite examination of shipments alerted for undervaluation. The team was created under Customs Special Order (CSO) No. 36-2017 signed by Customs Commissioner Nicanor...

Palau transport firm awards lighterage project to Harbor Star

Palau transport firm awards lighterage project to Harbor Star

May. 21 | Marine services provider Harbor Star Shipping Services, Inc. (HSSSI) has signed an agreement to be the exclusive provider of lighterage services to Palau Sea & Air Transport Agency (PSATA). Under the agreement finalized May 15, HSSSI will provide...
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