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18
Sep 2020

Optimus, which is scheduled for delivery in Q1 2021, will serve the eastern part of the Baltic Sea, in particular the Gulf of Finland.

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18
Sep 2020

Piercing through the COVID-19 gloom, Valenciaport handled 503,482 twenty-foot equivalent units (TEU) in August – making it the first Spanish port to break the barrier of half a million containers loaded and unloaded in one month.

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18
Sep 2020

A steel cutting ceremony for Finnlines’ second new hybrid Ro-Ro vessel was held at the Chinese Nanjing Jinling shipyard on Wednesday (16 September).

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18
Sep 2020

The Master and Chief Engineer of the MV Funing have admitted to failing to address an issue related to the vessel’s engine fuel quantity pistons which led to the grounding of the log-carrier in July.

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18
Sep 2020

The newly named Kaguya, which will be operated by Central LNG Marine Fuel Japan Corporation, will begin supplying LNG ‘in October or later this year’.

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18
Sep 2020

Four new 98,000 cubic metre (cbm) very large ethane carriers (VLECs) ordered by Zhejiang Satellite Petrochemical (STL) are to be built to ABS Class.

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18
Sep 2020

Ong Ye Kung, Singapore’s Minister for Transport, Singapore, maintains that ‘keeping up with the fight against climate change’ is ‘a global ambition, to be accomplished by the international maritime community’.

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18
Sep 2020

The first keel-block of the MyStar was laid at Rauma Marine Constructions’ dry dock today (18 September).

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17
Sep 2020

By injecting and burning hydrogen, CO2 emissions from the new 1 megawatt (MW) engine, developed by BeHydro, are reduced by up to 85%.

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17
Sep 2020

Bunker sales at the Panama Canal rose for a second consecutive month in August - but the 369,839 metric tonnes (mt) sold last month was 30% down on the 528,572 mt of marine fuel sold in August 2019.

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