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Høglund and DNV GL join forces on data improvement

Høglund Marine Solutions along with DNV GL shake their hands and inked a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) in order to boost and improve big data from ships. Specifically, through this partnership, both companies aim to take the maritime industry’s digitalization a step forward.

Port of LA inks an MoU with Indonesia Port Corporation

The Port of Los Angeles along with the Indonesia Port Corporation PT Pelabuhan Indonesia II (Persero), shake their hands and inked an MoU to collaborate and share their information. Through the agreement both sides will focus on boosting their business in trade, on the digital supply chain efficiency, and the environment and infrastructure development.

IRClass and FMT agreed on advanced bulk carrier designs

The Indian Register of Shipping (IRClass) along with the Further Marine Technology (FMT) shake their hands and inked an MoU, in order to boost their strategic cooperation. This collaboration, aims to benefit both sides by expanding their business in the South East Asian market.

Port of Baku inks an Asia-Europe Freight MoU

The Port of Baku along the Austrian ÖBB Rail Cargo Group and Cabooter Group (NL), came together and inked an MoU in order to boost and spread the freight traffic from the Trans-Caspian International Transport Route (Middle Corridor) passing from Europe to Central Asia and China. 

WOC and WISTA ink MoU to strengthen women’s leadership in oceans

In order to boost women’s leadership in the maritime and ocean business community, the World’s Ocean Council (WOC) and the Women’s International Shipping & Tradding Association (WISTA) are about to collaborate and sign an MoU, on 20 November at the annual WOC Sustainable Ocean Summit 2019 in Paris.

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