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7 March 2016

India’s Sagarmala Project Intensifies

The Indian government is set to invest US$60 billion into its Sagarmala Programme which will involve a total of 150 projects throughout the next 10 years

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4 March 2016

UK Ports Threatened by EU?

With the UK set to vote in June on whether it wants to stay in the European Union (EU), the UK's thriving ports could be threatened by new EU regulations to be debated next week, according to a new Centre for Policy Studies (CPS)

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4 March 2016

Indian Giant Set to Smash Records

New figures collated by the JOC show that India’s Jawaharlal Nehru Port looks set to break its 2014/15 fiscal year record of 4.4 million TEU

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4 March 2016

IMO: No Going Back on Container Weighing

IMO Senior Deputy Director recently told an audience at the ICHCA conference in Barcelona that he wanted to make it “perfectly clear” that there would be “no delays” to the SOLAS amendment on container weighing

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4 March 2016

CMA CGM to deploy 6 Mega-Ships to US

CMA CGM has announced that it will deploy its flagship fleet of six 18,000 TEU vessels between Asia and the West coast of the US by the end of May, 2016

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3 March 2016

Is This the End for Bulk Invest?

Norwegian carrier Bulk Invest formerly part of Western Bulk has announced it will be filing for bankruptcy, suspending its connection with the Oslo Stock Exchange

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3 March 2016

Russia to Witness Cargo Boost?

Plans for new logistics centres could see as much as a 30% rise in Russian cargo traffic by the end of 2016

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3 March 2016

Maersk Returns to UK Port after Decade

After more than a decade not visiting, Maersk Line has scheduled a return to the Port of Liverpool on April 13, 2016, through its intra-European subsidiary Seago Line, according to Lloyds List

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