FMC clears carriers

The Federal Maritime Commission, FMC, has cleared the partners in The Alliance’s proposed fund aimed at protecting customers in case one of the container carriers face financial difficulties, informs the FMC in a press release. The Alliance consists of Hapag-Lloyd, the three Japanese carriers NYK Line, MOL, and K Line as well as Taiwan’s Yang […]

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This week

Shipwrecked Maersk vessels collided for 36 hours In an extensive report on two shipwrecked Maersk vessels, the Danish Maritime Accident Investigation Board determined that a sufficient risk assessment had not been carried out by the carrier. The two ships collided with each other continuously for 36 hours before they both sank off the coast of […]

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Moody

[og_img] One of the world’s leading rating agencies, Moody’s, once again believes in the shipping sector which no longer has negative prospects. There are positive expectations to the container and dry bulk segments, shows a report from the firm. It is a whole other story for tanker carriers. Importing and managing the logistics of your […]

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Here are next week

The five major Danish carriers, led by Maersk group, will publish results next week for the first six months of the year, providing indicators for the status of the global shipping markets, which seem to have turned on their heads in the first six months of 2017. The increasingly consolidated container market has received a […]

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