Boeing amid and post-pandemic operations

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The aircraft industry suffers a huge blow due to COVID-19 and pandemic-related restrictions. Currently, it has to recover from the effects of a ninety-five percent drop in air traffic. Boeing has announced that it formed a new group to help to restore the company’s production and supply chain operations to a pre-pandemic level. Boeing amid …

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Hapag-Lloyd and Maersk take on IMO’s regulations

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From January 1st  2020, vessels are only allowed to use fuel with a maximum sulfur content of 0.5%. In addition, the International Maritime Organization (IMO) has settled a target of 40% emissions reduction by 2030. Hapag-Lloyd and Maersk are close to reaching the goal ahead of time. Check how Hapag-Lloyd and Maersk take on IMO’s …

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A new type of bulk carrier with a capacity of 88 thousand tons in the Japanese shipyard

The new type of bulk carrier

The Japanese shipyard Tsuneishi Shipbuilding has gain orders for a new type of bulk carrier with a capacity of 88 thousand tonnes. Details of the ordering part, as well as the transaction itself, including the number of vessels and delivery times, have not been disclosed. Due to the coronavirus and the very difficult situation on …

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MSC’s comment on the COVID-19 situation

Many industries have been affected by the outbreak of the COVID-19. It has disrupted the global supply chain, causing losses to many companies. What do they have to say about the situation? How does the MSC, the world’s second-largest shipping line in terms of container vessel capacity, deal with the issue? Check MSC’s comment on …

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