MarineTraffic Believes JIT Sailing could be Major Game Changer for Shipping Industry

MarineTraffic supports GIA partners, Port of Rotterdam and Shell on initial JIT GHG initiative findings. MarineTraffic, the global ship tracking and maritime intelligence provider, extends its support to fellow Global Industry Alliance (GIA) members, Port of Rotterdam and Shell, for the interim findings in a report released yesterday (18 October) of its just-in-time (JIT) greenhouse
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Global ship tracking and intelligence company MarineTraffic has appointed Nikos Psaltopoulos as its first ever Chief Operating Officer (COO) to bolster the firm’s ambitious 2020 vision. The Athens headquartered company has grown significantly and is working to make MarineTraffic a more vital tool than ever before for maritime professionals through more data and partnerships. Nikos
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KOLKATA: South Eastern Railway has earned Rs 6007.17 crore during the first half of the current financial year from originating freight traffic, an SER spokesman said recently. The amount earned from April to September of 2018-19 by the SER is Rs 348.59 crore more than the corresponding period of last financial year, thus registering a
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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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Traffic flows between the Belgian port of Antwerp and the hinterland market in Hungary and Austria are increasing continuously. In order to meet the growing demand, the Antwerp Port Authority is promoting the expansion of hinterland connections, especially by rail. Two regular rail connections to Hungary have been established since 2015 and rail services to
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With a view to attracting more cargo as well as to improve its performance, V.O.Chidambaranar Port, one of the leading major ports in the country and located at Tuticorin, Tamil Nadu, has taken various promotional measures. CONTAINER TRAFFIC According to official sources, for attracting container traffic, the port has offered 50% concession in vessel-related-charges (VRC)
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The Major Ports have recorded a growth of 5.13 per cent for the period April-August 2018, registering a throughput of 288.38 million tonnes as against 274.32 million tonnes in the corresponding period of the previous year, as per official data. The highest growth was registered by Kamarajar Port (17.24 per cent), followed by Deendayal Port
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Following a notification issued by the new DCP (Traffic) Navi Mumbai on August 9, 2018, stopping traffic of the port for a few hours every day, the movement of ex-im containers has been severely impacted, leading to huge traffic congestion, as per trade sources. According to a communiqué from Capt. Umesh Grover, Secretary-General, Container Freight Stations
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As per advisories from the terminals and the trade, the Navi Mumbai Traffic Police has sent a directive stopping traffic movements of the terminals in Nhava Sheva during the period 17:00 to 23:00 hrs of the day, effective August 10, 2018. This is to be implemented for a month and, accordingly, all vehicles will be
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