March 11 - Spanish forwarder Altius recently loaded a 585-tonne fractioner measuring 63.6 m x 10.6 m at the port of Ulsan, South Korea.
The machinery was loaded on board the vessel Lone, operated by heavy lift shipping line SAL. The fractioner was lifted onto Lone using its onboard cranes.The equipment will be used in Turkish petrochemical company Tupras' Derince facility.
Amasus Shipping has commissioned Holland Shipyards Group, in collaboration with Niestern Sander, to extend the heavy transport vessel Rotra Mare.
UK-headquartered Collett has transported a 23-tonne vessel on behalf of LBBC in Stanningley, Leeds.
19 nations signed the Clydebank Declaration at COP26, declaring a joint ambition and intent to support the establishment of green shipping corridors.
Swissterminal is establishing a railfreight connection between Antwerp and Ottmarsheim, effective January 1, 2022.
Classification society DNV has introduced a competence standard for vessel remote control centre operators (RCCO).
Forecasting the trajectory of shipping rates even in the short term is highly problematic. However, Transport Intelligence (Ti) believes it is likely that there will be ‘regression to the mean’ and that there have been no big changes to the industry dynamics that suggest the sky-high rates will be the new normal.
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