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Fueling the sustainable transition of the shipping industry

One year from now, some 90,000 ships making up the world’s merchant fleet face new rules that will reduce sulphur emissions by around 80%. The benefits to human health and the environment will be significant and in delivering them, shipowners face one of the largest industry disruptions. Shipping’s global sulphur ...

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Behind the arctic journey

For centuries, the Northern Sea Route has been of great interest to adventurers, scientists, and researchers. Its history is full of intrepid expeditions and discoveries. Now, Maersk conducted a one-off trial passage. On 22 August 2018, Maersk Liner vessel Venta Mærsk left the port of Vladivostok in Russia. Instead of ...

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South Korea hands $5 billions to HMM for megaships’ order

The new state backing will finance orders for megaships as the container-ship operator struggles to stay afloat South Korea’s Hyundai Merchant Marine 011200 -5.38% is getting another $5 billion in state funding to finance a series of new orders for megaships as the company tries to compete with bigger Asian and European rivals in ...

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