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Thursday, 14 February 2019
Odfjell plunges to $48m loss but sees better times ahead
 
Norwegian owner takes hit from terminals as new US partner Northleaf buys in, but chemical tanker markets improving....
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Thursday, 14 February 2019
Viking Line posts weaker earnings
 
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Thursday, 14 February 2019
Zodiac builds strong position in LR2 sector with GEM deal
 
Below the radar purchase follows on from strides taken in sector with Toisa transaction....
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Thursday, 14 February 2019
Clarksons covers key bases with new chairman Thomas
 
New man brings remuneration committee experience and cyber security know-how to the board of shipbroker....
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Thursday, 14 February 2019
Hong Kong improves drones’ sensors to monitor shipping emissions
 
Hong Kong is gearing up to use drones to monitor emissions from ships. Mainly, from 1 January 2019, all vessels within Hong Kong waters are to use fuels compliant with sulphur regulations, not exceeding the 0.5%. The sensors developed have been fitted on the drones and they measure the pollution content present in the smoke plume that is released by vessels.
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Thursday, 14 February 2019
Former CEO of Alaska-based telecom firm pleads guilty to fraud
 
Elizabeth Ann Pierce, former CEO of a telecommunications company based in Alaska, pled guilty in Manhattan federal court to wire fraud and aggravated identity theft. The plea related to a scheme to use forged guaranteed revenue contracts fraudulently to induce investors to invest more than $250 million into her company for construction of a fiber optic cable network in Alaska. 
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Thursday, 14 February 2019
MOL Techno joins marine environmental protection program
 
MOL Techno-Trade has joined a Green Award Program to promote high-quality shipping. The program is run by the non-profit Green Award Foundation, which was established with the aim to protect the marine environment and ensure safe operation. The program has as a target to improve the quality of vessels and mariners and protect the marine environment.
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Thursday, 14 February 2019
ONE breaks world record for largest amount of cargo stowed
 
Ocean Network Express (ONE) has broken the last reported world record for the largest amount of cargo ever stowed, on February 11, as it carried more than 19,100 TEU aboard the MOL Tribute. The new record load exceeds the record previously announced by Maersk at 19,038 TEU, achieved in August 2018. The MOL Tribute has a total capacity of 20,146 TEU.
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Thursday, 14 February 2019
MOL Chemical Tankers, Den Hartogh form strategic alliance
 
Dutch logistics provider Den Hartogh Logistics and Singapore-based MOL Chemical Tankers announced a strategic partnership to jointly develop and streamline liquid chemical logistics services utilizing tank containers, parcel chemical tankers and tank terminals.
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Thursday, 14 February 2019
SSI: New initiative drives industry to responsible ship recycling
 
When it comes to ship recycling, transparency is the top priority, SSI argues; in this regard, it is important shipowners to share information on their ship recycling policies and practices, allowing their data to tell their story. Responsible ship recycling is an important part of being a responsible industry, SSI concludes.
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