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11 October 2016

Hanjin Containers Flood Oakland Port

The Port of Oakland is reporting empty Hanjin containers stacked five high as backlog continues, keeping chassis bases from being used for active shipments

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10 October 2016

Da Nang’s US$1.4 Billion Mega-Port

In the face of cargo congestion at its existing port, Vietnam’s central city of Da Nang is planning to invest $1.4 billion in a giant port

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10 October 2016

Shipping Emissions Cost 200,000 Lives

The IMO has conducted a study that found the shipping and oil industries' aim for a five-year delay to toxic sulphur emissions legislation could cost 200,000 lives

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10 October 2016

Four New Cranes for DP World Australia

In an US$45 million investment, DP World Australia has ordered four new ZPMC super post-panamax container cranes to boost productivity and capacity through its east coast operations.

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10 October 2016

Shippers Request Alliance Rescue Plans

Shippers are requiring assurance from shipping alliances that they have strategies in place in case a member in unable to deliver its cargo

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7 October 2016

Asian Demand Boosts Suezmax Rates

Shipping rates for the very largest ships have seen a robust recovery, particularly for Suezmax ships and very large crude carriers (VLCCs), reported Reuters.

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