North P&I Club Celebrates new, Larger Office Opening in Piraeus

North P&I Club celebrated the opening of its new office in Piraeus, Greece, yesterday with an open-house reception for around 350 representatives from the Greek shipping community. The reception, which took place at North’s new office on Filonos Street, was attended by North’s Greek shipowner members, brokers and lawyers. The event was hosted by North’s
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NEW DELHI: FFFAI jointly with Ministry of Commerce & Industry is organising conference on International North South Transport Corridor (INSTC) on Tuesday, 25th September, 2018 from 2:00 pm to 05:00 pm at Pullman Hotel Aerocity, New Delhi, coinciding with FIATA WORLD CONGRESS 2018.The FWC-2018 will be formally inaugurated on September 26, at 9 am by
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The North Carolina State Ports Authority (NCSPA) continues to monitor the impeding Hurricane Florence and has activated its Hurricane Protection Plan. It is taking all necessary steps to protect cargo, facilities and equipment. Based on anticipated winds and the potential for heavy rains and storm surge, empty container stacks are being block stowed, loaded containers
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In a continued effort to provide its customers with reliable and efficient service, CMA CGM will reshuffle its EPIC 1 service connecting North Europe with the Indian Subcontinent. As per a release, London Gateway will replace Felixstowe and the Dunkirk call will be suspended. The new rotation is as follows: Southampton – Rotterdam – Antwerp
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Apex industry body ASSOCHAM has opened a representative office in North America with a view to strengthen India Inc’s presence in the United States of America (USA). Chaired by Mr Pavan Abraham, President, PeopleHive LLC, the North America office of The Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India (ASSOCHAM) forms part of the Chamber’s
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Recent quality issues detected in some Singapore high sulfur fuel oil cargoes have impacted the North Asia bunker market, pushing up premiums, market sources said Friday. Singapore fuel testing company Maritec last Thursday said it had detected excessive sludge in a Singapore bunker fuel cargo that was likely of US or Estonian shale oil origin.
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Crude oil isn’t formally part of the trade dispute between the United States and China, but it may well be the first major flow to be disrupted significantly by the rising tensions. One of the successes in the efforts to lower the trade surplus enjoyed by China over the United States was exports of crude,
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North P&I Club and 24Vision announced yesterday that they have entered into a partnership agreement, with effect from 1 July 2018, to provide P&I insurance to charterers and small ship operators. As part of 24Vision’s wider service proposition to their marine industry clients, the partnership agreement provides for North P&I Club to be the insurance
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In Issue 364 of the Sunday Spotlight, SeaIntel Maritime Analysis analysed the container volumes handled in the eight major North America East Coast (NAEC) ports. 2018-Q1 has been off to a decent start, as the container handling volumes in the eight major NAEC ports have increased a modest 6.4 per cent Y/Y to 5.5 million TEUs. More
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The tanker market has been facing the doldrums for quite some time now. But if one could attempt to find a silver lining in the market since the start of 2018, this would be the Aframax segment in the North Sea. In its latest weekly report, shipbroker Gibson said that “it goes without saying that
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