Newport Shipping Signs Cooperation Agreements With Equipment Suppliers And Service Firms

Newport Shipping has inked cooperation agreements with several marine equipment suppliers and service companies as part of the London-headquartered company’s commitment to providing shipowners with quality turnkey shiprepair and retrofit solutions across its partner shipyards. Recent agreements with hatch cover specialist Navitech, machinery specialist IngeJov, and ShipParts.com for turnkey spares supply, allows Newport Shipping to
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The Union Cabinet, chaired by the Prime Minister, has given its ex-post facto approval to the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between India and Korea on Trade Remedy Cooperation. The MoU was signed in July 2018 during the state visit of the President of Korea to India. The MoU will promote cooperation between the two countries
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Premier Li Keqiang embarked on official visits to Bulgaria and Germany to discuss with leaders of European countries the way forward for deepening cooperation between China and Europe on July 5. During the week-long trip, the Premier will attend the 7th summit of Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) countries and China in the Bulgarian capital
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The Hamburg Vessel Coordination Center (HVCC) and the Rotterdam Port Authority have entered into a digital cooperation to improve operational processes.  From now on, both ports will exchange relevant data through a digital interface so that shipping companies can steer their ships more efficiently and terminals can optimize their resource planning. The joint project was
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Kerry Logistics Network Limited has announced its strategic cooperation with D&G Technology Holding Company Limited, a Hong Kong listed company, through an investment in its wholly-owned subsidiary Topp Financial Leasing (Shanghai) Co., Ltd. The cooperation serves as a first step for the two parties to further explore collaboration opportunities under the Belt and Road initiative.
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Taking ahead the bilateral relations between India and Indonesia, Mr Nitin Gadkari, Union Minister for Shipping, Road Transport & Highways and Water Resources, River Development & Ganga Rejuvenation, met General (Retd) Luhut Binser Pandjaitan, Coordinating Minister of Maritime Affairs of Indonesia, in New Delhi last week. Ahead of the visit of the Prime Minister Mr
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Sultan Ahmed Bin Sulayem, Group Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, DP World, has met senior executives from India’s Tata Group to explore opportunities for cooperation, knowledge sharing and best practice. Discussions covered logistics and supply chain operations, innovative customer care and creating high quality, sustainable services. The meeting was attended by Ahmed Al Haddad, Chief
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Germany’s economy minister on Friday welcomed U.S. President Donald Trump’s decision to temporarily exclude European Union countries from higher U.S. import duties on steel and aluminium and called for more international cooperation on trade. Trump said on Thursday he would suspend tariffs for the EU, the United States’ biggest trading partner, and for Argentina, Australia,
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Cooperation amongst various government agencies can be key to achieving maximum maritime security enforcement. This was the theme running through the latest national table-top exercise on maritime security, held in Lagos, Nigeria (14-16 March). Representatives from various government agencies which form the national implementation committee for the International ship and Port Facilities Security (ISPS) Code
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Antwerp and Dakar port authorities are to collaborate more closely in the next few years. In this way Antwerp, the second-largest port in Europe, seeks to reinforce its historic position as leader on the coast of West Africa. The Senegalese port of Dakar for its part views the collaboration as a way to position itself
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