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ONE and Hapag-Lloyd Begin Feeder Collaboration

16.11.2018

Ocean Network Express (ONE) and Hapag-Lloyd, two of the largest container shipping companies in the world, have concluded a “Bilateral Strategic Feeder Network Cooperation Agreement”.

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Choppy waters for Greek shipping sector

09.11.2018

Thanks to President Trump there may be choppy waters ahead for Greece's vital shipping industry.As the US this week reinstated a global ban on Iranian oil exports, there are few countries outside of Iran that will be more affected by the move than Greece.

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Ships are in Demand: What types of vessels is each maritime nation buying?

26.10.2018

Despite the relative difficulty in obtaining adequate ship financing, activity in the S&P market for second hand vessels is still rather brisk.

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Piraeus Port urges Greece to speed up investment plan approval

26.10.2018

Piraeus Port Authority (PPA), operator of Greece’s largest port, wants the Greek government to speed up the approval of an investment plan that aims to attract more business to one of Europe’s largest harbours, executives said.

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European Shipowners and Maritime Technology Industry call for decisive actions against unfair trade practices and in favour of global playing field

12.10.2018

SEA Europe and ECSA, the trade associations representing respectively European shipbuilding and maritime equipment and European shipowners, welcome the recent statement of EU Trade Commission Cecilia Malmström against unfair trade practices in the Far East.

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Hydrogen Is the Ideal Zero-Emissions Fuel

12.10.2018

''Hydrogen has a major role to play in the sector’s reduction of CO2 emissions and the elimination of sulphur and heavy metals from maritime activities.''

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