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USCG Approves JAX LNG for Ship-to-ship Bunkering

The joint venture between Pivotal LNG and Northstar Midstream, JAX LNG, LLC, has received a Letter of Acceptance (LOA) from the U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) for the operation of its waterfront LNG facility and the approval to conduct ship-to-ship LNG bunkering operations with TOTE Maritime’s Marlin Class ships and the LNG barge, Clean Jacksonville.

Port of LA, GE Expand Digital Portal Solution

Teams scale digital pilot, adding terminals and shipping lines throughout Port to help goods move more efficiently through America’s largest container port   Less than a year since launching a first-of-its kind digital solution to keep cargo flowing efficiently through America’s largest container port,

Hyundai Merchant Marine, BlackRock in Investment Talks

(File photo: Hyundai Merchant Marine)

South Korean shipper Hyundai Merchant Marine Co Ltd (HMM) is in talks with BlackRock Inc about a potential investment but details have yet to be discussed, a HMM spokesman said on Monday.   BlackRock is in talks with HMM to invest up to 1 trillion won ($880 million) in the nation's largest shipper,

Fujairah Terminals Welcomes First Container Feeder Vessel

Photo courtesy: Official Twitter Page of Abu Dhabi Ports‏

 The newly established Fujairah Terminals, under the management of Abu Dhabi Ports, has welcomed its first container feeder vessel, the Dubai Alliance, reported Gulf News.   This is the first ship to arrive at the terminal, which is wholly owned by Abu Dhabi Ports, the master developer, operator and

IPA Opens New Container Route

Photo: Incheon Port Authority

 Incheon Port Authority (IPA) announced that a regular container route ‘Thailand-Vietnam Services (TVX)’ launched by five shipping companies – Namsung Shipping, Dongjin Shipping, Pan Continental Shipping, Pan Ocean and CK Line – was newly opened.   Starship Pegasus (1,800 TEU) provided for the TVX

Port of Los Angeles: Highest Cargo Numbers Ever Produce Lowest Emissions

File Image / the port of Los Angeles, CA (CREDIT: AdobeStock / (c) Ginton)

Emissions inventory shows 2016 was a banner year for green growth.   The Port of Los Angeles achieved record clean air gains while moving more cargo than ever, according to the Port’s 2016 Inventory of Air Emissions. Released today, the annual report also shows the Port surpassed its 2020 goal for

Pentalver to Expand Container Facility at DP World London

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 Pentalver Transport Limited has commenced work on Phase two of its container facility at DP World London Gateway.  Work started to expand the container yard, located on Berth Seven of the logistics hub, on Monday, August 15.   Pentalver opened the first phase of the facility in 2015, following a

Market Conditions Unchanged: Containerships

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 Multimodal transport company Containerships said the guidance for 2017 remains unchanged. In 2017, Net Sales are expected to grow by 5-10% and EBITDA for the full year is expected to improve on the previous year.   The company does not expect any major changes in market conditions. The challenging

Port of Hamburg’s 2017 Volumes on Pace with 2016

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At 70 million tons, first-half seaborne cargo throughput in Hamburg in 2017, including the general and bulk cargo segments, all but matched the previous year’s, being one-fifth of one percent (0.2 percent) lower. In the first six months of 2017 containerized general cargo throughput at 4.45 million

Maersk Reports Q2 Loss, Sees Cyber Attack Bill at $200-$300 Mln

Maersk Chief Executive Soren Skou (CREDIT: Maersk)

Danish shipping group A.P. Moller Maersk reported an unexpected net loss in the second quarter due to terminal and tanker impairment charges, but said it was upbeat on the container shipping outlook.   Maersk also said it expected a $200 million to $300 million bill from a June cyber attack that disrupted

Fog Lifts as Maersk CEO Remains Upbeat

File Image: The Madrid Maersk, one of Maersk's largest boxships. CREDIT: Maersk

Container shipping fundamentals at best since 2010 - CEO.   Denmark's A.P. Moller Maersk gave an upbeat outlook for container shipping on Wednesday, lifting its shares by more than 4.5 percent as investors looked beyond one-off second-quarter charges.   Maersk has been hit by low oil prices at its

PSA, PIL, IBM on Blockchain Development

Photo: Pacific International Lines Pte Ltd

 Ocean carrier Pacific International Lines (PIL), terminal operator PSA International and IBM plan to utilize blockchain for better security, efficiency and transparency in supply chain business networks and trade finance.  Three companies signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) today to explore

Gulftainer Receives Maiden Call of CMA CGM Virginia

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 Gulftainer, the largest privately owned independent port operator, has marked the maiden call of the CMA CGM Virginia vessel with a capacity of 5,095 twenty-foot equivalent units (TEU) at its flagship Khorfakkan Container Terminal (KCT).    The vessel call was completed in a record 5.6 hours, approximately 8.

SC Ports Reports Record Box Volumes

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South Carolina Ports Authority (SCPA) announced calendar year-to-date container volume increases of 13 percent and the strongest July on record.    Since the calendar year began, SCPA has handled 1.3 million twenty-foot equivalent units (TEU), compared to 1.14 million TEUs during the same period last year.

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