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Pirate attacks multiply in the Gulf of Guinea

London - Piracy increased on the world’s seas in 2018, with a marked rise in attacks against ships and crews around West Africa, the International Chamber of Commerce’s International Maritime Bureau’s (IMB) latest annual piracy report reveals

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Hamburg “prepared for the worst of Brexit scenarios”

Hamburg - The Port of Hamburg says it is prepared for a United Kingdom exit from the European Union – even should Brexit occur without any treaty with the EU

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CMA CGM unveils new Ocean Alliance agreement

Marseille - The CMA CGM group has announced that its chairman and chief executive officer, Rodolphe Saadé, signed with the executives of COSCO SHIPPING, Evergreen and OOCL the launch of Ocean Alliance Day 3 Product

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“A no-deal Brexit must be avoided”

London - The British ports industry urges the government to “clarify its alternative plans immediately and do whatever is necessary to avoid a disorderly withdrawal from the EU.”

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Korean shipyards expect LNG ship boom

Seoul - South Korean shipbuilders, which emerged as the world’s No. 1 in terms of new orders in 2018 on increased demand for LNG ships, are anticipating solid demand for vessels this year, writes Yonhap news agency

PetroChina boosts European LNG activity with Yamal cargoes
New wind turbine vessel approved

New wind turbine vessel approved

Houston - The American Bureau of Shipping, ABS, one of the world’s leading classification society, has granted “approval in principal” to the German ship design company Neptun for its wind turbine transport vessel

Regent Seven Seas orders new ship to Fincantieri
ONE achieves container loading records

ONE achieves container loading records

Singapore - The Japanese container shipping company Ocean Network Express has announced that two of its vessels have reached a loading record of 18,694 TEUs and 18,767 TEUs respectively

Sovcomflot IPO hobbled by weak freight market

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