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  • MOL: First LNG Bunkering Completed at Japanese Port of Nagoya

    Japanese shipping company Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL) and compatriot gas company Toho Gas have completed the first-ever LNG bunkering in the Port of Nagoya... The post MOL: First LNG Bunkering Completed at Japanese Port of Nagoya appeared first on Logistics Solutions - Supply Chain.

  • COSCO Shipping Ports’ Volumes Rise, Profit Down

    Hong Kong-based ports operator COSCO Shipping Ports reported a growth in its total throughput for the quarter ended September 30, 2019, supported by shipping alliances. The post COSCO Shipping Ports’ Volumes Rise, Profit Down appeared first on Logistics Solutions - Supply Chain.

  • Wärtsilä’s Earnings Dented by Low Scrubber Demand

    Finland-based technology major Wärtsilä Corporation said that project related challenges and low equipment demand burdened its third quarter of 2019 financials... The post Wärtsilä’s Earnings Dented by Low Scrubber Demand appeared first on Logistics Solutions - Supply Chain.

  • Qatar Petroleum lleva VLSFO al puerto de Ras Laffan

    Qatar Petroleum, de propiedad estatal, comenzó a suministrar fuelóleo con muy bajo contenido de azufre (VLSFO) en el puerto de la ciudad industrial de Ras Laffan... The post Qatar Petroleum lleva VLSFO al puerto de Ras Laffan appeared first on Logistics Solutions - Supply Chain.

  • DP World’s Gross Box Volumes Drop Slightly in Q3

    Dubai-based port and terminal operator DP World wrapped up the third quarter of this year with a slight drop in gross container throughput... The post DP World’s Gross Box Volumes Drop Slightly in Q3 appeared first on Logistics Solutions - Supply Chain.

  • Antwerp, Zeebrugge Ports Kick Off possible Merger Talks

    Belgian Port of Antwerp and Port of Zeebrugge have given the green light for starting negotiations regarding a possible merger... The post Antwerp, Zeebrugge Ports Kick Off possible Merger Talks appeared first on Logistics Solutions - Supply Chain.

  • European Shipowners Urge Concrete Action on Gulf of Guinea Piracy

    European shipowners have expressed concern about piracy in the Gulf of Guinea, urging policymakers to undertake concrete action to protect shipping through the region... The post European Shipowners Urge Concrete Action on Gulf of Guinea Piracy appeared first on Logistics Solutions - Supply Chain.

  • Germany Promotes Shore-Based Power to Cut Emissions in Ports

    The German government is launching a set of measures to promote shore-generated power in an effort to make the country’s ports cleaner... The post Germany Promotes Shore-Based Power to Cut Emissions in Ports appeared first on Logistics Solutions - Supply Chain.

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