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This Weeks Features

Short sea shipping – a smart and sustainable alternative

By establishing sustainable “sea motorways” over shorter distances and improve links between seaports and inland networks, it is possible to take substantial goods volumes off the European roads.

Embracing the concept of short sea shipping can contribute to solving the prevailing issues of European road transport whilst offering shippers a smart and sustainable transport

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Latest Figures Show Impact of Coronavirus Taking its Toll on UK Trade

The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic is only just beginning to be revealed in figures, but there are signs of recovery on the horizon for certain sectors, according to analysis published by the British Ports Association (BPA) and specialist analysts Port Centric Logistics Partners Ltd (PCLP), today.

Economic figures do not yet show the full

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Infrastructure to drive India’s Economic growth in the post COVID-19 Markets

By Agnelorajesh Athaide, Chairman, St. Angelo’s VNCT Ventures & Serial and Social Entrepreneur

Even as we usher in the first phase of Unlock 1.0, businesses are slowing gearing up to resume operations, with a hopeful mood and spirit to face the uncertain days ahead. While the government initiatives

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Equinor Launches Maritime Climate Ambitions

On the UN’s World Oceans Day, Equinor launched its ambitions for reducing own emissions from ships and how the company will contribute to decarbonising shipping.

Equinor’s maritime climate ambitions are embedded in the company’s climate roadmap launched on 6 February 2020.

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News Stories for this week click through to read more

Fincantieri: Viking Venus floated out in Ancona

Team Tankers International: Proposal to delist from Oslo Stock Exchange

Diana Shipping announces Time Charter Contract with Engelhart CTP

Navy polar-class logistics support vessel signed off at Hyundai Heavy

COVID-19 Crisis: IMO and UNCTAD’s Joint Statement Supporting Flow of Trade

New Alfa Laval PureSOx Express: Easy access to SOx scrubber advantages

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