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New initiative aims to strengthen collaboration within the industry

COSCO, China’s state-run shipping conglomerate has debuted a cross-industry treaty during the World Shipping Summit in Shanghai with the aim to strengthen collaboration among actors from different sectors within the industry. The first batch of companies to join the initiative are Cosco Shipping, Maersk, Evergreen, CMA CGM, Yang Ming, Seaspan, Zeebrugge Port, Shandong Port Group, China Grain Reserves, BIMCO, Chalco Logistics, Kawasaki Heavy Industries, China Mobile and China FAW.

Europe, China increase trade through Belt and Road Initiative

When Cosco took over the operation of the port of Piraeus, running the shipyard has been the first project since 2016. Cosco chose Piraeus to be China’s gateway to Europe, under the Belt and Road Initiative, as well as other ports, increasing trade between the continents.

COSCO signs Port of Zeebrugge concession deal

A signing ceremony took place, between COSCO and the Port of Zeebrugge, in Brussels, for the concession terms of Zeebrugge Terminal. During the event a Memorandum of Understanding was signed between the COSCO and CMA CGM Group, for CMA’s initial investment of 10% in CSP Zeebrugge.

SCS Multiport adds a new route

Port of Tilbury and Port of Zeebrugge / MBZ have announced that SCS Multiport will add a brand new route to their current service

Rosmorport signs MoU with port of Zeebrugge

At the residency of the Embassy of the Kingdom of Belgium in Russia on April 23, 2014 the Memorandum of Understanding between FSUE “Rosmorport” and the Port of Zeebrugge was signed.

Port of Zeebrugge signs partnership agreement with Port of Nagoya

Through this partnership, the two ports will improve service levels and customer care. Moreover as global trade equals maritime transportation and both ports are gateways into Europe and Japan, they see it as a strategic task to share their expertise.


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