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Lotte, Hanwha face backlash for entering shipping industry

Hellenic Shipping News Worldwide 18 Jun 2024
Lotte and Hanwha are facing protests from small and medium-sized shipping ...
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AI can help shipping industry cut down emissions, report says

Oman Observer 18 Jun 2024
WASHINGTON. The global commercial shipping industry could cut down its carbon emissions by 47 million tonnes per year by deploying artificial intelligence for sea navigation, a stu ....
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AI Can Help Shipping Industry Cut Emissions, Report Says

MarineLink 18 Jun 2024
The global commercial shipping industry could cut down its carbon emissions by 47 million tonnes per year by deploying artificial intelligence for sea navigation, a study by autonomous shipping startup Orca AI showed on Tuesday.
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Decarbonizing the shipping industry via green hydrogen

The Manila Times 18 Jun 2024
AS the world intensifies its battle against climate change, the shipping industry stands at a crucial juncture ... trading blocks in Africa pose a significant challenge to the global shipping industry.
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Modernizing domestic shipping needs legislative support, fair competition

The Manila Times 18 Jun 2024
Mary Ann Pastrana, chairman of FastCat, expressed concern on the impact of the entry of foreign shipping lines on local operators ... "Unlike Indonesia's fuel subsidy for transport sectors, our shipping industry lacks similar support," Pastrana said.
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New maritime cyber security organisation launched

Seatrade Maritime News 18 Jun 2024
The International Maritime Cyber Security Organisation (IMSCO) is a non-profit body that aims to raise standards of cyber risk assessment in the industry ... Shipping concerned over onerous new US cyber-security regulations.
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Industry Leaders Highlight Impact of Increasing Protectionism

MarineLink 18 Jun 2024
The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) and the Chamber of Marine Commerce, Canada (CMC), convened over 120 industry leaders from 90 organisations and nearly 30 different countries to the Shaping the Future of Shipping Summit on Thursday 13 June.
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Investor consortium to acquire V.Group for $650m

Seatrade Maritime News 18 Jun 2024
STAR Capital has experience in the maritime industry, with a four-year investment in Blohm+Voss from 2012-2016, and five-year investment in MPC Container Ships from 2017-2022 ... and the industry.” .
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Hadjimanolis acknowledges maritime agents’ contribution to Cyprus shipping

CyprusMail 18 Jun 2024
According to a statement by the association released on Tuesday, the Deputy Minister of Shipping praised maritime agents, acknowledging their essential role in the supply chain and their contributions to the Cypriot shipping industry.
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Mitsubishi to build Japan’s first methanol-powered RORO ships

SAFETY4SEA 18 Jun 2024
Mitsubishi Shipbuilding Co., Ltd., a part of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) Group, has received orders from Toyofuji Shipping Co., Ltd.� and Fukuju Shipping Co., Ltd ... (RORO) cargo ships.
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Biofuel an ‘unsustainable’ green option: climate activist

Journal of Commerce 18 Jun 2024
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US shippers increasingly seen rethinking, remodeling supply chains: report

Journal of Commerce 18 Jun 2024
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India-US East Coast trade poised for major ocean capacity shakeup

Journal of Commerce 18 Jun 2024
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FMC says investigating potential violations of recent ruling on chassis control

Journal of Commerce 18 Jun 2024
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ILA contract rhetoric turns up heat as uncomfortable summer begins for shippers

Journal of Commerce 18 Jun 2024
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