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Shipping industry deserves better than xenophobia

Journal of Commerce 16 Sep 2021
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bp, NYK Line join forces to decarbonize shipping and heavy industry

Anadolu Agency 16 Sep 2021
bp and NYK Line, a large shipping and logistics company, signed a memorandum of understanding to collaborate on decarbonizing the shipping industry and heavy industrial sectors, bp said on Wednesday.
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MSC CEO: Shipping is a "Force for Good"

The Maritime Executive 16 Sep 2021
In Soren Toft's keynote address at London International Shipping Week on Wednesday, the CEO of number-two ocean carrier MSC described shipping as a "force for good" and urged his colleagues to highlight the industry's successes ... However, Toft said that the ocean freight industry ...
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Special report: Asia shipping confidence powers ahead

Tradewinds 16 Sep 2021
Region’s borders remain mostly closed — but shipping is buoyant from dry bulk and container shipping sector surges ... Leading port cities have shown the value of close cooperation between government and industry. To me, the biggest single accomplishment of the Asian shipping industry in this 50-year period has been the sheer scale of its growth.
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Australian Competition Watchdog to Probe Shipping Cost Hikes

The Maritime Executive 16 Sep 2021
Australian business executives have been calling on the watchdog to regulate the shipping industry ... The question remains whether regulatory bodies can redeem the shipping industry from high freight rates ... Chourmet suggested cooperative measures to make the shipping industry more ...
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Maritime Cyprus Shipping Conference Rescheduled to 9-12 October 2022

The Maritime Executive 16 Sep 2021
The infamous biennial October shipping conference, Maritime Cyprus, has been postponed ... “Cyprus remains committed to leading positive progress for shipping and, this October, we announce our new long term national shipping strategy, crafted in collaboration with the global industry over the last six months.
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Cosco settles case brought by American furniture shipper

Splash24/7 16 Sep 2021
MCS Industries has reached a swift settlement with China’s Cosco Shipping Lines, but has yet to resolve its differences with Mediterranean Shipping Co (MSC) ... Carriers had failed to stick to their contract commitments with MCS, the suit claimed, forcing the American company to ship more via the soaringly expensive spot market.
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Decarbonisation and shipping - setting the stage for COP26

Seatrade Maritime News 16 Sep 2021
Decarbonisation was top of the agenda at London International Shipping Week, with an eye to shipping’s place at COP26 in Glasgow ... UK calls for zero emissions from global shipping by 2050 ... decade and beyond, enabling the transition to net zero emissions shipping to really begin.”.
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Three Additional Compact Reliq Orders for W�rtsil�

The Maritime Executive 16 Sep 2021
The ships are being built at the Hyundai Samho Heavy Industries (HSHI) shipyard in South Korea for Norway-based Knutsen OAS Shipping, and represent options taken following an earlier order for two such vessels ... It allows a portion of the BOG to be used as fuel for the ship’s engines, with the excess able to be sold as part of the LNG cargo.
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New USDA rule covers specialty fresh potato packages

Capital Press 16 Sep 2021
The Agricultural Marketing Service said in a notice that the Idaho-Eastern Oregon industry reported it has been producing and shipping more non-Russet varieties recently — including red-skinned, yellow-skinned and round ... The rule will give the industry more flexibility in marketing the potatoes, he said.
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Whiskey galore could be delivered by submarine

The Times/The Sunday Times 16 Sep 2021
Oceanways was awarded £380,000 by England’s Department for Transport as part of a £23 million competition to lower carbon emissions from the shipping industry ...
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Why antiques are having a moment

Chicago Business 16 Sep 2021
Industry operators wondered if the revenue bump would fade, but 2021 has brought even higher sales ... Supply shortages in furniture and many other industries are tied to the pandemic ... The surge in demand for many products has also caused a backlog in shipping, leaving containers sitting in ports and driving up shipping costs.
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‘Afghan, Lanka sugar markets loss can be offset’

Business Line 16 Sep 2021
Afghanistan is the second largest buyer of Indian sugar during the current season ending this month, accounting for about 13 per cent of the record 70 lakh tonnes shipped, while exports to Sri Lanka are estimated to be 5-6 lakh tonnes ... Indian exporters have been shipping sugar to Afghanistan on free-on-board basis, insisting on advance payments.
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Data project backed by Al Gore aims for real-time emissions monitoring

Reuters 16 Sep 2021
Vice President Al Gore was set to unveil on Thursday data showing fossil fuel producers' previously unrecorded greenhouse gas emissions, and growing pollution from shipping and aviation ... Shipping industry emissions have grown about 10% each year since 2018 despite the COVID-19 pandemic, the group added ... 31 ... Our Standards ... More from Reuters ....
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