Guinea Shipping Corporation From Africa Is Prepared To Start Its Shipping Operations
The Guinea Shipping Corporation (GSC) is the brand-new shipping organization from Africa that is ready to launch its shipping services in February and this can kick start the dry bulk operations in the continent as it emerges as a major trading destination. Though GSC was conceptualized and created a decade ago, 2020 has fuelled its debut in the maritime industry as it is being regarded as the latest bulk shipping line that belongs to Africa. The company will specialize in the transfer of minerals, goods, and the export business of bulk commodities as focused in Guinea.
Finnlines Confirmed Order Of Two RoPax Vessels At The China-Based Shipyard
Finnlines has placed an order for two advanced RoPax vessels that will feature the highest level of the Swedish/Finnish ice class at the renowned Merchants Jinling Shipyard in China that was earlier named as AVIC Weihai. Last year, Finnlines had confirmed the construction of three hybrid StoRo ultra-large green vessels at the Jinling Shipyard that belongs under the China Merchants Group. Finnlines is expecting the new RoPax vessels to be delivered by 2023 and their loading capacity will be 5,100 lane meters for no less than 1,000 passengers and also for rolling freight. Keeping the modern-day environment-related issues in mind and echoing the growing need to minimize the burning issue of marine pollution, the new vessels will be built on the technological developments in the field.
The Chattogram Port Is Finally Ready For The Transportation Of Indian Cargoes
The Chattogram Port is prepared to initiate transporting the Indian cargoes as announced by the Chattogram Port Authority (CPA) and two trial runs will be held this mind to carry out the services smoothly and transfer shipment from the Northeastern states to other parts of the country. The Chattogram Port will function as a transit point along with the Mongla Port that will come in handy while establishing a trade connection with the Northeastern regions in India.
The Port Of Felixstowe Has Welcomed A New Daily Rail Service
The Port of Felixstowe under the supervision of Hutchison Ports has introduced a new daily rail service that connects the port to the new East Midlands Gateway that is established by Maritime Transport. This is supposed to be the 36th daily rail service that connects the largest container port in the UK (the Port Of Felixstowe) to the East Midlands Gateway, which is a huge milestone achieved by the port authority. The rising demand for new and improved rail services at Felixstowe has been the reason behind enhancing the connectivity to inland destinations as with the presence of three well-established railway terminals at the port premises.
Ocean Alliance Signed The Agreement For Launching Its Day 4 Product
The Ocean Alliance has gained recognition by becoming the largest operational agreement between the top-notch shipping organizations in the world and has currently sealed the deal of introducing its Day 4 product that will begin its operations by April. The Day 4 Product is focused on the operation of 325 container vessels from the major maritime companies like CMA CGM, Evergreen, OOCL, and COSCO Shipping. The steady upgradation of the much-raved product will feature the 19 Transpacific trade services, four services between Asia and the Middle East, four services between Asia and the Mediterranean, seven services between Asia and Europe, two Asia-Red sea services and two Transatlantic services linking North Europe to the US East Coast and the Gulf Of Mexico.