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Shipping should urgently implement a range of short-term efficiency gains to reduce carbon emissions while also embracing more radical long-term sustainability challenges if it wants to get ahead of the regulatory curve, believes Captain Rajesh Unni, CEO and Founder of ship management firm Synergy Group.
German dry bulk operator Oldendorff has agreed a comprehensive package deal with Singapore-based Trust Energy Resources, a subsidiary of Tata Power Company, to purchase three Capesize bulk carriers at an en bloc price of over $212 million.