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Seven ship sale and leaseback deal sees Hapag-Lloyd increase liquidity

Hapag-Lloyd has confirmed that it has sold seven 9,326TEU container ships to Bank of Communications Financial Leasing (Bocomm Leasing) for an undisclosed price. Container News...

CMA CGM Group to restructure Transpacific network

CMA CGM Group has decided to drop its APL brand on its network on the Pacific trades with the French carrier becoming the group’s...

AMSA charges APL England’s Master

Charges relating to pollution of the environment as a result of poor cargo loading have been raised against the master of the APL England...

ONE updates Northern Jupiter GA status

One Network Express (ONE) has published an update on General Average status of the container vessel Northern Jupiter and GA Security requirements for this...

ANL vessel to phase out of service in Malaysia

ANL Elaroo V1901N will phase out of service in Port Kelang on 1st May and will not be replaced for one round voyage. As...

Global Ship Lease announces new charter

Global Ship Lease, Inc. (the “Company”), a containership charter owner, on Nov. 13 announced a new time charter with ANL, a wholly owned subsidiary...

ANL, Low Sulphur Surcharge

Since 1st October 2018, the 0,50% sulphur limit is applicable to the ports of Shanghai and Ningbo in the People’s Republic of China. To...

Changes in port rotations

The 2018 APEC meeting will be held in Port Moresby in November. The International Berth at the Motukea Terminal is being allocated for a...

ANL’s revised schedule

Be advised of the revised schedule for the ANL Tongala V807N for export cargo with the introduction of the PCX Service.   Port ETA ETD SYD 19-Oct 20-Oct MEL 22-Oct 23-Oct SYD 27-Oct 28-Oct TRG 1-Nov 2-Nov PPT 7-Nov 8-Nov OAK 16-Nov 17-Nov LGB 25-Nov 26-Nov      

ANL’s revised dates due to collision

The ANL Geelong V094N/095S was involved in a collision with a ferry (MV Su Zhou Hao) while departing Shanghai on 2nd October while under...
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DP World Australia expects to resolve dockers dispute

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