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The Italian Federation of Shipping Agents says Genoa’s terminals are operating at 100%
Hapag-Lloyd’s revised East Africa loop will launch from September
The use of unusual blend components may increase in the run-up to the low-sulphur regulations taking effect as people try to avoid the high costs of compliance
Profits slip as integration of new businesses and problems at Doraleh hit margins
Order is placed after the company posts a 16% decline in net profit to $62.2m for April-June
Plans afoot to revive Kenya National Shipping Line
Associated British Ports, Rolls-Royce and Svitzer are to work jointly to develop new technologies to keep British ports at the forefront of sustainability and efficiency. At a kick-off meeting in Southampton, the three companies said the aim was to maintain UK ports’ competitive position
Shippers warned over truck and rail capacity
Turkish shipping will tough out currency storm like Greeks handled debt crisis, Robert Yildirim proclaims
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