Coastal Container line Vessel Calls at KICT

The third coastal container line vessel MV TCI Express berthed at KICT, Deendayal Port Trust (DPT) on Monday morning. TCI Seaways is running the DPT-NMPT-CoPT circuit. It plans to induct three vessels in this circuit, said a release. The vessel arrived at Kandla on October 14, 2018 at around 1800 hours and berthed at KICTPL
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COPENHAGEN: Hamburg-based Global Container Line Hapag-Lloyd has recently announced new reefer bookings of 11,100 units and awarded Maersk Container Industry (MCI) a huge order totalling 8,600 units, of which 2,000 will be Controlled Atmosphere (CA) reefers. The company has already commenced production of the 8,600 Star Cool Integrated™ reefers at their Qingdao site in China.
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The Maritime Association of Nationwide Shipping Agencies (MANSA) has welcomed the remedial action undertaken by Bharat Mumbai Container Terminals Ltd, at JN Port, to modify their systems software of billing module and accommodate the trade’s request for billing the storage charges. A letter addressed to the Chief Commissioner’s office of Mumbai Customs, Zone II on
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Hamburg-based global container line Hapag-Lloyd has recently announced new reefer bookings of 11,100 units and awarded Maersk Container Industry (MCI) a huge order totalling 8,600 units, of which 2,000 will be Controlled Atmosphere (CA) reefers. The company has already commenced production of the 8,600 Star Cool Integrated™ reefers at their Qingdao site in China. Committed
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Yilport in Portugal has described the so-called national ports strike organised by the Sindicato dos Estivadores e da Actividade Logística trade union as, in reality, just a local strike. It has only impacted Yilport Liscont, Yilport Sotagus and Yilport Setúbal (Sadoport). To date, Yilport said, each shift has been hit by limited available resources and
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France-based box ship giant CMA CGM, which took over Singapore’s Neptune Orient Lines (NOL), estimates it would incur about US$1.5 billion (S$2.06 billion) to comply with a green shipping regulation that will cap sulphur content in marine fuels. This is based on an extrapolation of CMA CGM’s share of some US$15 billion in estimated exposure,
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SINGAPORE: APL CEO Nicolas Sartini does not believe that Container shipping faces a major threat from a digital disruptor such as Uber. He was speaking at the Singapore International Bunkering Conference (Sibcon). On asked, “Is there a digital disruption in the industry? Well not really, our industry is different from the worlds of Air BnB
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BCTN is bundling freight in Alblasserdam from its eight terminals in the Netherlands and Belgium in order to offer point-to-point services to the deepsea terminals on Maasvlakte. Kramer and Waalhaven Group are bundling cargo at their own terminals in Rotterdam and offer clients daily point-to-point services between the Waal and Eemhaven and the deepsea terminals
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TAIWAN: YM Wellbeing, a new 14,000 TEU full-container vessel built by Imabari Shipbuilding Co., Ltd., was named at a ceremony held on 18th September, 2018. Yang Ming Marine Transport Corp. (Yang Ming) Chairman Bronson Hsieh and his wife Chen Hui-Li were both invited to the naming ceremony; Mrs. Hsieh took on the role as the
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To keep up with the growing container trade, Georgia Ports Authority (GPA) plans to expand the capacity of the container terminal in Savannah from 5.5 million twenty-foot equivalent container units to 8 million TEU by 2028. GPA’s 10-year, USD 2.5 billion plan was detailed at the Savannah State of the Port event on September 20.
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