Yangzijiang Shipbuilding Has Sealed The Deal For Shipbuilding Contracts For Ten Boxships From Japan
Hailing from China, the private Singapore-listed shipbuilder called Yangzijiang Shipbuilding has acquired shipbuilding contracts for building no less than ten boxships (each weighing 3,500 teu) with an unnamed Japanese owner. This shipbuilding project is being regarded as a joint venture between Mitsui & Co. and Nissen Kaiun along with the vessels signed as chartered to Maersk, which is renowned as the world’s largest container line. Throwing light on this recent development, Ren Letian (the CEO of Yangzijiang Shipbuilding) celebrates the remarkable achievement for ten 3,500 teu boxships that not only reflects the top-notch quality of Yangijiang’s vessels but also highlights its doubtless credibility.
JNPT Antwerp Port Training And Consultancy Foundation Is Now Accepting Applications for Its First Online Programme
The JNPT Antwerp Port Training and Consultancy Foundation is currently accepting the necessary applications for hosting its very first online short programme that is based on the efficient handling of break bulk cargo starting from 17-27 November 2020. Antwerp is globally recognized for its world-class expertise when it comes to break bulk operations, the new online programme is designed with reference to the Indian break bulk industry. The presenters, Heavy International and Zuid Natie, are well-known break bulk handling companies based in Antwerp and the programme will focus on the practical inputs from their services. The presentation will lay emphasis on storage, stevedoring, shipping and transport of breakbulk shipment with a special session on liability and insurance.
Adani Ports And Special Economic Zone Ltd. Has Given A Green Signal For A 30-Year Deal With Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Ltd.
Adani Ports and Special Economic Zone Ltd ( more commonly referred to as APSEZ) has signed an agreement with Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Ltd. (HPCL) for 30 years to successfully handle its crude for the petrochemical complex and refinery soon to be launched in the Barmer district of Rajasthan. The Rajasthan Refinery Ltd. is an upcoming refinery and petrochemical project being built by Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Ltd. fueled by an incredible funding of Rs.43,129 crores. The crude products as imported by HPCL is meant to be handled at Mundra Port in Gujarat, which has earned recognition as not only the flagship port of APSEZ but also the biggest commercial port (when it comes to handling volumes) in the country.
APM Terminals Pipavav Has Announced The Commencement Of Container Tracking Services Via RFID
APM Terminals Pipavav has planned to revive the container tracking services through RFID as has been conceptualized by NICDC Logistics Data Services Ltd. under the Logistics Data Bank Project, which will come into effect from November 9, 2020. The Logistics Data Bank Project will focus on the smooth tracking of the container cargo movement along with assimilating the relevant information available across multiple agencies within the supply chain. This will prove beneficial in offering near real-time information inside a single window and will definitely go a long way in boosting the overall efficiency and visibility of the container logistics movement and enhance the competitive spirit of ex-im trade.
Wah Kwong Maritime Transport Holdings Has Recently Signed A Memorandum Of Understanding With CLP Holdings
Hong Kong-based Wah Kwong Maritime Transport Holdings has given a thumbs-up to a memorandum of understanding to the renowned Asian Pacific power organization called CLP Holdings in an honest attempt to encourage carbon offsetting in the shipping arena while creating awareness. The project is specially curated to catapult the maritime industry’s efforts to usher in an era of decarbonization and to utilize the Asian Pacific power company’s wind generation onto a well-established carbon credit platform. According to the memorandum of understanding, Wah Kwong Maritime Transport Holdings has agreed to invest in carbon credits from CLP Holdings as a modern-day method to offset the carbon emissions. With the dream of a clean, pollution-free environment, the two organizations will also collaborate to introduce new service offerings with the help of CLP’s carbon credits to meet the potential demands of other shipping organizations and aid in reducing their carbon footprint.