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November 26, 2020

Allard Castelein, CEO of the Port of Rotterdam, participated in a European virtual ministerial conference on inland shipping. This event was organized by the German Ministry of Transport under the Council Presidency of the European Union in collaboration with EBU, the European association for inland navigation and the central commission for navigation on the Rhine.

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November 25, 2020

With just over five weeks left until the end of the Brexit transition period, fear is continuing to rise that the UK ports, terminals, and the services that support the operations are not ready. Increasingly there are predictions of the consequences ranging from delays and backlogs to disruptions and chaos for the vital flow of goods into and out of the UK, while the government continues to issue assurances.

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November 20, 2020

UN body’s annual Review of Maritime Transport paints a dismal picture.

International maritime trade is expected to drop by 4.1% this year, with an anticipated modest recovery in 2021 that is heavily caveated by its forecaster, UNCTAD.

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November 19, 2020

Life sciences and Healthcare products require specific handling during distribution, which is laid down in the GDP (Good Distribution Practice) guidelines. Port of Antwerp has translated this for a maritime setting, making it the first port in the world to operate under the standard of the European GDP rules throughout the logistics chain.

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November 17, 2020

LNG powered vessels have been at the forefront of the shipping industry's fight against global warming. Spearheading the global effort is the French shipping behemoth CMA CGM, as part of the company's drive to take the shipping industry’s energy transition to the next level.

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November 11, 2020

The stock market soared on Monday in the wake of President-elect Joe Biden’s victory and Pfizer’s vaccine announcement. Both news bombshells will affect ocean shipping — with myriad consequences for the container and tanker sectors. The market puzzle is getting ever more complicated.

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November 10, 2020

IMO and UNWTO encourage the cruise industry and Governments to continue their efforts to enable cruise ship operations to resume safely. 

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October 21, 2020

Mr. Peter Hinchcliffe, former Secretary-General, International Chamber of Shipping (ICS), who participated in International Maritime Organization’s (IMO) meetings for many years, providing shipping industry leadership on a number of key regulatory developments.​


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September 28, 2020

Five international freight transport and cargo handling organisations are collaborating on the production of new guidance on packing standards for freight containers and other cargo transport units. The Container Owners Association, the Global Shippers Forum, the International Cargo Handling Co-ordination Association, the TT Club and the World Shipping Council are co-operating on a range of activities to further the adoption and implementation of crucial safety practices throughout the global supply chain. As part of this longstanding cooperation, the five organisations have today published a ‘Quick Guide’ to the United Nations sponsored Code of Practice for Packing of Cargo Transport Units (the CTU Code), together with a Checklist of actions and responsibilities for the guidance of those undertaking the packing of cargoes in freight containers specifically.

Find attached the guide

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July 17, 2018

Arrival of M/T BaltFlot 20 on 14th of July from her maiden voyage to discharge her cargo at the VTTV terminal in Vassiliko under our agency.
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