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Operation starts to reload confiscated oil onto Iranian tanker in Greece

Vessel was sanctioned by the US in February for ties to a state-owned Russian bank, not for carrying Iranian crude

Greece Iran

FMC considers emergency measures for supply chains

The Federal Maritime Commission has gained new teeth under the latest regulations. Now it is proving it is prepared to use its advanced powers

North America United States

UECC ties up with Svitzer in boost for biofuels

New regulations on the maritime horizon mean biofuels will become an effective short-term option

Sweden Denmark

Lockdowns in China’s manufacturing export hub hit logistics services

Yiwu port is closely linked to Ningbo port via its sea-rail services and is being established as the sixth port area of Ningbo port by Zhejiang province

China Containers

European Commission calls for evidence on consortia block exemption

Shippers, forwarders and others in the supply chain have been vocal over the role of the consortia block exemption on capacity and pricing. While it won’t expire until 2024, the commission is beginning to seek input ahead of deciding on its future

EU Containers

Indonesian court fines seized RCL vessel master $13,500

Indonesian court has released the vessel, which reached Singapore on August 9

Indonesia Thailand

Greek shipowner fined $1.1m after pleading guilty in US pollution case

New Trade Shipmanagement and chief engineer admit maintaining false and incomplete records and illegally discharging oily bilge water on two separate occasions, US justice department says

United States Environment

X-Press Feeders, Nippon Marine commit to new tech

Its partnership with ZeroNorth will enable X-Press Feeders to increase transparency and reduced workload across its sea and shore operations

Sustainability Technology and Innovation

Anonymous Chinese shipowner spends $376m on tankers for Russian STS hub

Evolving marine transport model seeks tankers to operate outside established markets, yet remain compliant with class, insurance and other regulatory and technical rules

Tankers and Gas China
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