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Eastern Pacific says no to coal for commercially managed vessels

Seatrade Maritime News 25 Jan 2022
Eastern Pacific Shipping (EPS) has set out a no coal cargo policy in its 2022 ESG policy document ... the shipping company said in its ESG policy ... EPS in charter deal with Rio Tinto for LNG-powered bulkers.
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Turning to charter vessels to move Chilean blueberries

Fresh Plaza 25 Jan 2022
Giddings has also turned to charter vessels to move fruit for the first time ... It’s not in a container--it’s just in a room on the ship, and the reason we’re doing that is that there’s a shortage of the controlled atmosphere containers,” she says. “Charters are more expensive, but ...
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LNG Takes Off With Ordering Boom and New Bunkering Infrastructure

The Maritime Executive 25 Jan 2022
In addition, over the course of 2021, LNG-fueled ships accounted for nearly 30 percent of the newbuild gross tonnage ordered worldwide, hitting a new record ... Over the course of the year, CMA CGM ordered 10 LNG-fueled ships, Zim chartered 10, Hapag-Lloyd took six and MSC switched some of its existing newbuilding orders over to LNG fuel.
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Building and Operating Dual-Fuel Vessels

Seatrade Maritime News 24 Jan 2022
Panelists will discuss how charterers can leverage dual-fuel vessels and optimization of smart technology  to provide transparent and measurable data, generating the reports and insights needed to contribute towards smarter and sustainable shipping for charterers.
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Pasha Hawaii teams with Costco on chartering spree

Splash24/7 24 Jan 2022
The six to 12 month charter rate assessment for a 4,400 teu ship rose 2% week-on-week to set a new record of $109,000 a day, while Clarkson’s Containership Charter Rate Index also rose 2% week-on-week to stand at 388 points, the highest level since the start of November 2021.
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Record 4.2m teu in containerships ordered last year

Seatrade Maritime News 24 Jan 2022
Freight revenue and containership charter day rates attained new records last year in spite of disruption on major trade lanes including port congestion and equipment imbalances, according to analysis by Clarkson Research ... Asda charters containership to beat Christmas supply chain crunch.
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PortLog solution chosen for Pacific Basin’s dry bulk fleet

Dry Bulk 24 Jan 2022
PortLog, the world’s first port time management platform, and a subsidiary of Marcura, has announced a landmark deal to provide its solution to the entire fleet of Pacific Basin, one of the world's leading owners and operators of modern Handysize and Supramax dry bulk ships.
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Gram Car Carriers strikes sale and leaseback deal with CSSC Shipping

Splash24/7 24 Jan 2022
Under the deal, CSSC Shipping will acquire the 2015-built Viking Adventure and Viking Bravery for $70m and charter them back for a period of 96 months.
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Shipowners and European Ports Criticize Amendments to EU ETS

The Maritime Executive 24 Jan 2022
Some of the elements that drew immediate attention were proposed changes to the definitions of a shipping company to include time charter and more responsibility for those that choose the route, speed, and fuel employed by the ships ... It’s obvious, frankly, that one cannot decarbonize shipping without addressing the ship itself.
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MISC and SBM joint venture secures FPSO extension in Malaysia

Splash24/7 24 Jan 2022
Malaysian Deepwater Floating Terminal (MDFT), a joint-venture company between Malaysia’s top shipping line MISC and SBM ...
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Daily Briefing January 25 2022

Lloyds List 24 Jan 2022
... charterers pay for carbon .
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Last voyage of the Kitty Hawk: Aircraft carrier with deep ties to San Diego heads ...

Finger Lakes Times 23 Jan 2022
For the next 12 years, it would sit with other retired ships in Puget Sound, Wash ... Veterans of the massive ship tried in vain to have it converted into a museum ... a Brownsville, Texas ship breaker ... Gordon Shaw, a San Diego veteran of the ship, told the Union-Tribune he’s considering chartering a boat to escort the ship past San Diego.
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Image appears to show British F-35 recovered after crashing into the sea during takeoff

Business Insider 23 Jan 2022
An image, taken by an unknown photographer, showing the wreckage of the British F-35B that ditched in the Mediterranean Sea and was recovered by a chartered salvage ship, was leaked and started circulating online on January 21, 2022.
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