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SEACOR Marine to form joint venture with COSCO

SEACOSCO will also purchase eight Rolls-Royce designed new construction platform supply vessels from COSCO Shipping Heavy Industry. SEACOSCO is set to receive seven of the PSVs in 2018 and one in 2019. SEACOR Marine will be in charge of full commercial, operational and technical management of the vessels.

SEACOR Marine to form joint venture with COSCO

SEACOSCO will also purchase eight Rolls-Royce designed new construction platform supply vessels from COSCO Shipping Heavy Industry. SEACOSCO is set to receive seven of the PSVs in 2018 and one in 2019. SEACOR Marine will be in charge of full commercial, operational and technical management of the vessels.

Shipping companies recognized for protecting whales

The International Fund for Animal Welfare urges shipping industry for more attention on the critical issues concerning marine mammals, like underwater noise pollution and ship strikes. IFAW also encourages industry to follow the example of these companies which have already taken speed restriction seriously with remarkable results, such as COSCO and MSC.

COSCO cooperates with Marorka for bunker savings

Marorka signed a MoU with COSCO, for the deployment of Marorka’s solutions for energy efficiency energy and operational efficiency on board Chinese shipping giant ‘s new build fleet.

COSCO Europe reduces emissions thanks to Jotun’s HPS system

In the four years since its coating with Jotun’s Hull Performance Solutions (HPS) system, COSCO Europe has reached new heights of efficiency, cost control and environmental performance. Especially and according to Jotun the 2008-built, 10,062 TEU container ship has sliced fuel costs by USD 4.5 million and reduced C​O₂ emissions by some 29,500 tonnes

COSCO says no to shark fin shipments

China’s COSCO Shipping Corporation has announced that it will ban all shark fin shipments, joining a growing number of transport and logistics companies standing up against a brutal trade that kills millions of sharks annually.

COSCO vessel to be first to transit through the expanded Panama Canal

China COSCO Shipping has won the draw for the first transit through the Expanded Panama Canal during the waterway’s inauguration on Sunday, June 26. The shipping line’s container vessel Andronikos will be making the inaugural transit. The vessel, which has a maximum capacity of 9,400 TEUs, is 8.25 meters in beam and 299.98 meters in length.

COSCO disposes 14 vessels

  China COSCO Holdings Company Limited has announced decommissioning and disposing of fourteen of its vessels. References are made to the…
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