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Wide consensus that the global shipping fleet must rapidly decarbonise has catalysed some of shipping’s most ambitious and commercially-savvy leaders, strategists and innovators to co-develop an Action Plan for the decarbonisation of international shipping in line with meeting the target of limiting global temperatures to 1.5oC, as indicated in the Paris Agreement. 

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Bureau Veritas (BV) has been awarded the responsibility for classification of CMA CGM’s new 22,000 TEU containerships.

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In November 2017, at the annual CrewConnect Global conference, the ATPI Group celebrates three years since its acquisition of Griffin Travel and the inception of ATPI Griffinstone.

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The European Commission has approved under EU State aid rules the prolongation until end 2022 of various Belgian support measures for maritime transport.

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In Q3, the revenue of A.P. Møller - Mærsk A/S’ continuing operations increased by 14% over the year, driven by higher freight rates in Maersk Line.

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Algoma Central Corporation, a leading provider of marine transportation services, has announced that the first Equinox Class self-unloader, the seaway-max size Algoma Niagara, arrived at the Canadian port of Sept Iles, Quebec on 1st November 2017. 

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For the third consecutive year, CMA CGM has received the Gold Recognition Level by Ecovadis, the first collaborative platform providing Supplier Sustainability Ratings for global supply chains.

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Leading classification society ClassNK has just released the latest version of Good Maintenance Onboard Ships (October 2017).

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