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MISC’s Teams Continue with Monitoring of ‘Bunga Alpinia’
Wednesday, 08 August 2012 01:34

miscMISC informs that the monitoring of ‘hot spot’ areas onboard the vessel has been reduced and boundary cooling has stopped, enabling the authorities and industry experts engaged by the company to board the vessel to undertake inspection works.

NYK Line: Combining Traditional Shipping with Value-Added Strategies (Japan)
Wednesday, 08 August 2012 01:20

nyk lineNippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha’s (NYK Line) ambitious fleet expansion scheme “More Than Shipping 2013,” revealed in April 2011, is being scaled down with the growing economic challenges faced by the global marine trade industry, the company said.Namely, due to the remarkable appreciation of the yen, which resulted in price increase of Japanese products on international markets followed by a drop in order for new vessels, the NYK Line decided to revise its plans but keep its four key strategies in force under the concept of “combining traditional shipping with value-added strategies.

APL Resumes Services to Aden, Yemen
Tuesday, 07 August 2012 03:26

aplOther carriers had also suspended callsSingapore-based container carrier APL has resumed services to and from the Port of Aden, Yemen, after a two-week suspension.“Since the strike at the Aden Container Terminal has been called off, we are reinstating the Aden call with the scheduled of arrival of the vessel APL Spain at Aden on Aug. 4,” the carrier said.APL, the liner arm of Neptune Orient Lines, said it was making all efforts to clear up a backlog of “Aden-bound” cargo stranded at Djibouti.ACT, rattled by labor unrest over the past three months, is operated by DP World.

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