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Seaspan takes delivery of second CMA CGM Saver

Seaspan takes delivery of second CMA CGM Saver

Hong Kong - Seaspan Corporation has accepted delivery of the CMA CGM Cochin, a 10,000 TEU containership that will commence a fixed rate time charter with CMA CGM for a three year term with an option to extend for an additional three years

BV: maritime division shows growth

BV: maritime division shows growth

Genoa - The Bureau Veritas Italia Group has held onto its positive trend from 2017 and even accelerated in the first quarter of 2018 with a turnover of €23.5 million, up 10.6% compared to the same period of the previous year. The positive trend is confirmed by the hiring of 40 new staff members since the beginning of the year

Switzerland: Rhine ports see increased traffic

Switzerland: Rhine ports see increased traffic

Basel - In the first quarter of 2018, freight traffic in Switzerland’s Rhine river ports amounted to 1.33 million tonnes, up 13.7% from 1.17 million tonnes in the first three months of last year. The increase is in part a consequence of comparison with the first quarter of 2017

Euroseas spins off its dry bulk fleet

Euroseas spins off its dry bulk fleet

Maroussi - Greece-based owner of containerships and bulk carriers Euroseas has spun off its drybulk fleet into a separate company. Named EuroDry Ltd., the new company has applied for listing on the NASDAQ Capital Market

New tariffs approved for Trans-Caspian Route

New tariffs approved for Trans-Caspian Route

Baku - Participants of the Trans-Caspian International Transport Corridor (TITR) International Association, an association of legal entities, signed the final protocol of the TITR General Meeting in Baku on May 8. Tariffs for transportation of coal and grain were approved under the protocol

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