Unaffected from the ongoing trade war between China and the US, COSCO Shipping Ports published its first six months of this year results, highlighting an overall throughput increase of 5.4% year-on-year.
As Reuters reports, many are the shipping companies leaving Britain’s shipping registry in light of the uncertain feeling of Britain’s departure from the European Union and future commercial relations. The departures could also disrupt any plans the British Government has to secure additional space on ships to help cope with potential trade disruption, under the possibility of a no-deal Brexit.
Freight volume at Port of Antwerp increases16/10/2019
- Cyber Security
MPA Singapore to enhance cooperation on cyber resilience16/10/2019
Norway issues $767,000 fine on shipping company for illegal scrapping16/10/2019
Ghana, Denmark cooperate to improve tugboat missions16/10/2019
IMO focuses on UK’s counter-terrorism work16/10/2019
Port of Nouadhibou to welcome bigger vessels16/10/2019
MPA Singapore withdraws bunker craft licence from Inter-Pacific16/10/2019
Mexico working on ratifying three IMO legal conventions16/10/2019
- Loss Prevention
Norway alerts on battery fire with subsequent gas explosion16/10/2019
Partners launch blockchain application16/10/2019