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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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Bangladesh, Sri Lanka To Sign Coastal Shipping Deal Soon

Chennai: Port Wings News Network: Bangladesh and Sri Lanka have finalized the much awaited coastal shipping agreement between the two countries, according to a report in Bangladesh’s leading daily Dhaka Tribune. News agency UNB added that the deal will be signed shortly quoting Sri Lankan Development Strategies and International Trade …

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OOCL Fleet Moves Forward to Meet IMO 2020 Regulation

Chennai: Port Wings News Network: Over the years, the industry has seen an increasing amount of attention given to the environmental impact from the global supply chain, resulting in regulations on emissions control and environmental protection becoming more stringent and widespread across the world. May it be in the form …

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IWAI To Launch New RORO Service to Majuli Island

New Delhi: Port Wings News Network: In collaboration with the Government of Assam, Inland Waterways Authority of India (IWAI) will be starting a new Roll on-Roll off (Ro-Ro) facility to provide the much-needed connectivity for Majuli Island. The Chief Minister of Assam Shri Sarbananda Sonowal will flag off a new …

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