Three-Day Tanker Blaze Doused by Authorities

A fire in the cargo tanks of the Mexican-flagged ‘Burgos’ chemical carrier, off the coast of Veracruz, which began at noon on September 24, 2016 has been extinguished after three days of firefighting

What Next for THE Alliance?

Hanjin’s bankruptcy leaves the proposed carrier grouping THE Alliance at a size disadvantage to both its future rivals

K-Line Claims Bankruptcy Rumours False

In a statement released by Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha (K-Line) on September 22, 2016, an accusation of false rumours has been made against a rival logistics company regarding bankruptcy

What Does COP22 Mean For Shipping?

With the Paris Agreement now having the signed support of over 50 nations, COP21 has been a historically successful U.N climate negotiation, but many industries don’t know what this means

Secret Challenger for K-Line Takeover?

A sudden jump in K-line stocks being bought by investment fund Effissimo Capital has raised suspicions that the shipping company may have a new contender for a take-over

Hanjin Recovery ‘Impossible’

Stranded vessels from the bankrupt shipping company Hanjin have been too heavily delayed attempting to berth at port, and it is currently impossible to recover company operations

Maersk Act on Historic Company Split

A.P. Møller – Mærsk A/S is to separate into two separate divisions: ‘Transport & Logistics’ and Energy’, making it an integrated transport and logistics company

New Global Merger on the Cards for CMA CGM?

In light of the recent collapse of Hanjin Shipping, French carrier CMA CGM has announced that it will be eyeing opportunities for consolidation within the global shipping industry

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