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Hapag-Lloyd With EUR 300.8 Million EBIT After Nine Months

Chennai: Port Wings News Network: Hapag-Lloyd has concluded the third quarter 2018 with higher earnings before interest and taxes (EBIT) of EUR 212.1 million (Q3 2017: EUR 178.1 million) and a significantly improved group net result of EUR 113.4 million (Q3 2017: EUR 51.8 million). In the first nine months …

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Indian Register of Shipping Plays Central Role at INMARCO

Chennai: Port Wings News Network: The Indian Register of Shipping (IRClass) continues to play a central role at the International Maritime Conference and Exhibition (INMARCO) which is held every four years. Organised by the Institute of Marine Engineers (India), this year’s INMARCO will see a packed programme of technical discussions …

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BBC Chartering, Seaboard Create Joint “Andino Service”

Chennai: Port Wings News Network: As part of their mission to improve services for shippers moving cargo between the US Gulf Coast, Jamaica, and ports in Ecuador, Peru and Chile, BBC Chartering and Seaboard Marine are pleased to announce a new strategic cooperation which will be marketed as “Andino Service.” …

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Milaha Initiates Major Digital Transformation with Oracle Cloud

Chennai: Port Wings News Network: Milaha, a Qatar-based maritime and logistics conglomerate, has chosen Oracle Cloud applications to drive a major digital transformation across all its core business operations and its subsidiaries. According to a media statement, the initiative will help Milaha create new revenue streams by introducing innovative services …

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Free Training Programme on Mental Health to Seafarers

Chennai: Port Wings News Network: At the 5th Annual International Shipowning & Shipmanagement Summit in London, a new training package produced by KVH Videotel and ISWAN was introduced for seafarers worldwide. The package, ‘Seafarers’ Mental Health and Wellbeing’ will be available free of charge throughout the industry due to the …

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