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Ports and Logistics
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A recovery will come but the hope is this battle against the epidemic won’t be longer than expected
Vessel calls start to resume but idle fleet remains shows disruption continues for now
Carriers should not expect any return to normal growth levels this year, says BIMCO
The maritime union wants greater investment in education, tighter rules on competency certificates and improvements to the tonnage tax scheme
The coronavirus outbreak and continued closure of various manufacturing entities has taken a significant bite out of container shipping demand in Asia
The new agreement between the two Southern California ports aims to reverse decline, a point underscored by the directors of the two facilities
Fraser Surrey Docks was founded in the early 1960s and has become the largest modern and multi-purpose terminal on the west coast of North America, operating some 1,200 m of berth and 189 acres of yard
More than 60 entities have raised Yuan7.5bn from the so-called virus-control bonds in the period from February 10 to February 21, according to Wind’s data
Development comes as the disease disrupts shipping and port operations, with increased blank sailings leading to a volume loss of 1.7m teu
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