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12 July 2019

Singapore Retains Shipping Crown

Singapore has retained its place at the top of the Xinhua-Baltic International Shipping Centre Development (ISCD) Index, according to the Baltic Exchange.

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12 July 2019

CargoSmart Kick-Starts Digital Maritime Initiative

CargoSmart has announced the official execution of the Global Shipping Business Network (GSBN) Services Agreement with CMA CGM, COSCO Shipping, COSCO Shipping Ports (CSP), Hapag-Lloyd, Hutchison Ports, OOCL, Port of Qingdao, PSA International and Shanghai International Port Group.

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12 July 2019

ONE Unveils Eco-Friendly Vessel

Ocean Network Express (ONE), the container shipping alliance formed between Japanese liners MOL, NYK and K Line, has officially taken delivery of the ‘ONE Cygnus’, its latest 14,000 TEU vessel and last in the series of seven new builds that began in June 2018.

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9 July 2019

Q&A: Harry Nguyen, CEO, RBS

Digital and automation specialists Real-Time Business Solutions (RBS) are at the forefront of the technological trends that are shaping ports, terminals and the wider maritime industry. The company has contributed a number of exclusive insights to PTI on subjects such as the Internet of Things, Cloud technology and automation.

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9 July 2019

MSC Receives World’s Largest Ever Containership

Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI) and the Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC) have broken the record for the world’s biggest container ship after the 23,000 TEU MSC Gulsun was delivered on July 8, 2019.

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8 July 2019

APMT Gothenburg Hails Huge Quay Initiative

APM Terminals Gothenburg (APMT) has announced that its new standard procedures for container lashing, which includes what it describes as ‘Lean’ methodology, has cut quay crane waiting times by approximately 90%.

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5 July 2019

Reports: Chinese Containership Sinks in Typhoon

The MEI CHENG 866, a Chinese-flagged containership, ran aground and sank in the early hours of July 4, 2019, after being caught in a storm in the Gulf of Tonkin, according to reports.

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