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MOL Slates Total of 10-20 Capesize Bulkers for Scrapping and Cold Lay-up
Thursday, 14 June 2012 01:25
molMitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd. yesterday announced plans for scrapping or cold lay-up of 10 to 20 Capesize bulkers arily laid up 10 others last year.
Until now, the company scrapped Capesize ships that were past 23 years or older, but will now scrap ships that are 15 or older. MOL has plans to scrap five vessels by the end of March 2013 and is considering the disposal of others.
The CMA CGM Group regroups its five multi-modal subsidiaries into one entity: Greenmodal Transport
Monday, 11 June 2012 01:36
cmaFrance’s first tri-modal operator, GREENMODAL TRANSPORT, was set up on 15 April 2012 to provide a door-to-door service by barge or rail with the “last kilometre” by truck. The objective is to promote modal transfers, with the main advantage being that as a multimodal operator GREENMODAL TRANSPORT has total control over all means of transportation. As a result, any major logistics problems can be overcome by replacing one saturated or disrupted means of transport with another. GREENMODAL TRANSPORT also offers solutions for Equipments and Containers (container storage, repairs, sale & rental) and goods (storage, packing, unpacking, palletizing).
Maersk sees a slowing EU
Monday, 11 June 2012 01:28
maerskThe Cambodia representative for the world’s largest shipping company said exports from Cambodia to Europe grew by more than 60 per cent during 2011, but have since weakened.
“Rice exports grew a lot during 2011 and a lot of it went to Poland and France,” said Ben Wilson of Maersk (Cambodia) Ltd, which carries more cargo out of Cambodia than any other company.
Europe received about 35,000 TEU (20-foot containers) from Cambodia during 2011, much of it coming from the garment and footwear factories here.
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