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Suez Canal Authority issues assurance

August 22 - The Suez Canal Authority (SCA) has denied reports that maritime traffic would be suspended and ensured full security to ships transiting the canal, according to a news item on the Japan Intermational Freight Forwarders Association (JIFFA) webs


JIFFA says that in order to respond to the concerns of the global shipping on the repercussions of the fighting taking
place in Egypt on the maritime traffic in the Suez Canal, Admiral Mohab Mamish, president of the Suez Canal Authority reiterated that the channel is absolutely protected and enjoys the highest level of security.

''This is guaranteed by closer coordination between the SCA, the Egyptian armed forces and national security forces,'' he is reported to have said.

www.suezcanal.gov.eg

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Spain hits 100 Liebherr MHCs

November 15 - Spain’s Maritima del Principado in Gijón has taken delivery of a LHM 600 mobile harbour crane (MHC) from Liebherr – the 100th MHC sold in the country. 
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Erickson awarded Transcom contract

November 14 - Erickson has been awarded a US Transportation Command (Transcom) contract for the provision of airlift services for the US Armed Forces.
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Hapag-Lloyd names Frese

November 14 - Hapag-Lloyd has appointed Mark Frese as its chief financial officer (cfo), replacing Nicolás Burr on March 1, 2020.
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