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Canal reduces workforce as trandit cancellations mount

31/03/2020

There have been 52 cancellations of vessels planning to transit the Panama Canal and its 10.000 workforce

China Merchants Port : CMPort 2019 net profit rose 15.4%to HK$8,362 million

31/03/2020

The Board of Directors (the ‘Board’) of China Merchants Port Holdings Company Limited (‘CMPort’ or the ‘Company’, HKSE Code: 00144)

Singapore: Guidelines On The Medical Examination Of Seafarers And Seafarer’s Medical Certificate

31/03/2020

This Shipping Circular supersedes MPA’s Shipping Circular no 13 of 2013.

International Maritime Organisation (IMO), together with the International Labour Organisation,

COVID-19: APM Terminals Backs FG With N100m Pledge

30/03/2020

In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic in Nigeria, APM Terminals Nigeria, operators of container terminals in Apapa and Onne

Shoreham Port Create Covid-19 Community Resource

30/03/2020

Shoreham Port have continued to support their team and stakeholders this week, having updated their package of measures put in

Survey and Inspection information update

30/03/2020

This MIN sets out the policy of the MCA with respect to UK Vessels which are prevented from arranging the

Xi inspects work resumption at China’s top container port

30/03/2020

President Xi Jinping, general secretary of the Communist Party of China Central Committee, on Sunday inspected the resumption of work

India employs steps to ease cargo movements during lockdown

30/03/2020

The Indian government has asked shipping companies to desist from imposing container detention charges on all shipments, while it now

Konecranes to start temporary layoff talks in Finland due to impact of coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic

30/03/2020

Given the business disruption caused by the spread of the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19), Konecranes yesterday has invited Finnish works

ICTSI asks cargo firms to unclog Manila ports

30/03/2020

International Container Terminal Services Inc. (ICTSI) has appealed to cargo owners to immediately remove their containers at its flagship Manila

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