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Members of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), a body of scientists and others from 195 countries, will launch the first of four reports on Monday, which is expected to highlight the growing influence of methane in the warming of the atmosphere.
Shippers might be paying 332% more per box that they were this time last year, according to the latest data from Drewry, yet they’re having to put up with the worst schedule reliability in the history of containerisation.
An engine room fire broke out aboard the MSC Messina traveling in the Indian Ocean. Reports are that the ship has been disabled and that one crew member is missing after the fire. The Indian Coast Guard is responding to provide assistance to the vessel, which is within Sri Lanka’s search and rescue zone.
South Korea’s HMM has become another shipowner to suffer a cyber attack. The company confirmed today that it had detected an unidentified security breach, which led to limited access to the e-mail outlook system in certain areas.
Swiss-headquartered containerline Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC) continues to snap up boxships in the secondhand market according to Alphaliner, acquiring eight vessels in the past three weeks as container shipping rates continue to surge.
Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC) has joined the Hydrogen Council, as a steering member to foster cross-sector collaboration that will accelerate research and development related to clean hydrogen derived fuels and solutions.
A total of 25 giant megamax containerships were ordered in Q4 last year, nudging the boxship orderbook to fleet ratio into double-digit territory for the first time in a long time, according to data from Alphaliner.
With transpacific freight rates hitting extraordinary highs and shippers struggling to find slots on crowded boxships, the South Korean government has waded in, determined that carriers do not skip the peninsula in favour of neighbouring China.
The naval coalition tasked with protecting freedom of navigation and the free flow of commerce through two of the Middle East’s most critical choke points the Strait of Hormuz and Bab el-Mandeb Strait is celebrating its first year of operations.
A cargo vessel from the United Arab Emirates has docked in Israel's largest international seaport of Haifa for the first time since the signing of the landmark peace agreement between the two countries in mid-September, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Monday.
Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC), the world’s second largest containerline, has given an indication of its future investments as its pursues its own decarbonisation course with hydrogen to the fore.
The cruise industry’s latest coronavirus scare turned out to be just that - a scare. Late today, TUI Cruises issued a statement announcing that the Greek authorities confirmed that there are no cases of the virus aboard the cruise ship and that the cruise can proceed as planned.