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EU Continues to Delay Antitrust Approval of Korean Shipbuilder Merger

The Maritime Executive 15 Jun 2021
was set up as the holding company that would oversee strategy and acquisitions while Hyundai Heavy Industries would focus on the construction of ships at its three shipyards, Hyundai Heavy Industries, Hyundai Mipo Dockyard, and Hyundai Samho Heavy Industries.
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Shipping Industry Pushes for $5B Decarbonization Fund

The Maritime Executive 14 Jun 2021
Together, they have called on the world's governments to back the fund, which would finance the development of technologies for a cleaner and greener shipping industry ... Despite being responsible for 90 percent of global trade, the shipping industry is grappling with increasing criticism for being one of the biggest carbon emitters.
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Ron DeSantis pitted against cruise ship industry in battle over COVID restrictions

Tampa Bay Times 14 Jun 2021
Last year, during the early days of the pandemic, DeSantis imposed his first restrictions on the industry when he initially refused to let 450 passengers from the Holland America Line’s Zaandam cruise ship — including 73 with flu-like symptoms — disembark in Florida.
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TECO 2030 & Chart Industries to Develop Marine Carbon Solutions

The Maritime Executive 14 Jun 2021
“We believe carbon capture for ships will become one of several measures needed for the shipping industry to reach global decarbonisation goals.” ... “The solutions that are developed will help enable the shipping ... Green transition within the shipping industry.
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TECO 2030 to cooperate with Chart Industries on developing marine carbon capture and storage ...

Omaha World-Herald 14 Jun 2021
“We believe carbon capture for ships will become one of several measures needed for the shipping industry to reach global decarbonisation goals.” ... “The solutions that are developed will help enable the shipping industry to reach the greenhouse gas emissions goals for 2030 and 2050 set forth by the International Maritime Organization.”.
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A COVID-19 outbreak at a major Chinese port is worsening the global shipping crisis, which ...

Business Insider 14 Jun 2021
Gehad Hamdy/picture alliance via Getty Images Global shipping disruptions could trigger delays in goods in this year's holiday season, industry experts say ... Shipping disruptions around the world could lead to a shortage of goods for the holiday season, according to industry experts.
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TECO 2030 and Chart Industries collaborate on cryogenic carbon capture tech for ships

Splash24/7 14 Jun 2021
... solutions for ships ... “The solutions that are developed will help enable the shipping industry to reach the greenhouse gas emissions goals for 2030 and 2050 set forth by the International Maritime Organization,” said Jill Evanko, CEO and president of Chart Industries.
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Titanic clash pits Florida governor against potent cruise industry as it prepares to restart

Finger Lakes Times 14 Jun 2021
Last year, during the early days of the pandemic, DeSantis imposed his first restrictions on the industry when he initially refused to let 450 passengers from the Holland America Line's Zaandam cruise ship — including 73 with flu-like symptoms — disembark in Florida.
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Biz groups back bills curbing shipping rates

Sun Star 14 Jun 2021
The groups also showed support for the Department of Trade and Industry’s (DTI)-proposed Philippine Shippers Act (PSA), which will designate the Maritime Industry Authority (Marina) as regulator of local charges imposed by international shipping lines ... by foreign shipping lines.
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Norwegian Project to Research Carbon Capture and Storage on Ships

Technology Org 14 Jun 2021
A new project led by SINTEF Energy Research, the CCShip project, will collaborate with key research and industrial organizations to explore carbon capture aboard ships ... – We are looking to find out what role CCS can play as part of the solution toolbox for reducing emissions from the maritime industry.
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The impending disruption of maritime disputes and what can we do about it?

Seatrade Maritime News 14 Jun 2021
Punit Oza, Executive Director of the Singapore Chamber of Maritime Arbitration (SCMA), examines the impact of digitalisation and disruption on disputes in the industry. I have been in commercial shipping for over 25 years but my experience in the world of arbitration and lawyers is quite recent.
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Circulatory Systems

The Maritime Executive 14 Jun 2021
From alternative fuels to digitalization, as so many aspects of the industry seem to ... As these components further drive the evolution of ships and the industry, progressive manufacturers and engineering companies are looking toward a future of increased efficiency in every respect.
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Will Pent-up Demand in the Cruise Industry Set Sail in 2021?

Yahoo Daily News 14 Jun 2021
It's estimated that in Europe alone, over 200,000 jobs have been lost in the industry and dependent sectors since March 2020, and 18 cruise ships have been scrapped or sold ... Some industry insiders are discussing the potential for the sector to come back even better, having ...
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Monsters or a must? Venice tussles with return of cruise ships

The Observer 14 Jun 2021
“For the economy of Venice, we need the big ships.” ... When the government declared that cruise ships would be banned from the lagoon and temporarily diverted to the industrial port of Marghera while it organised a “call for ideas” for a long-term, offshore solution, the news made international headlines.
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Denmark versus Finland last Saturday needs to be a wake-up call for us all

Splash24/7 14 Jun 2021
Later on, he had time to reflect what lessons we in shipping can learn from the incident ... Thirdly – a prime example of why psychology must now be taken seriously in shipping – whether onboard or on shore ... So let’s use us this as a shining example of what shipping can become.
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