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10. January 2022

Maersk is no longer the world’s largest container line as MSC takes the top spot

The Mediterranean Shipping Company MSC has overtaken Denmark’s Maersk as the world’s largest container line. MSC’s rise to the top came when the Swiss-Italian company took…

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7. December 2021

Interview with Zora Fialková Kosorinská

Ms. Zora Fialková Kosorinská is LPP‘s E-commerce Fulfillment Center manager with 11 years of experience in Logistics, specializing in International transport (export-import), Warehousing,…

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29. November 2021

Maersk issues 1st green bond to finance methanol-powered vessels

Danish container shipping giant A.P. Moller – Maersk successfully placed a EUR500m green bond to fund the construction of its first feeder vessel and the series…

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29. November 2021

Yara debuts world’s first electric autonomous cargo ship

The world’s first fully electric and self-steering container ship, owned by Yara (YAR.OL), has debuted in Norway, where it is intended to replace…

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18. November 2021

Interview with Boris Schusnix

Mr. Boris Schusnix is experienced in container shipping since 1998 when started his carrier in forwarding and during several years he…

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21. July 2021

MSC AND SHELL SIGN COLLABORATION AGREEMENT ON DECARBONISING SHIPPING

MSC Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC) and Shell International Petroleum Company Limited (Shell) have decided to work jointly to help accelerate the progress…

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14. April 2021

MSC ship suffers severe gash while berthing in Turkey

Ultra-large container ship MSC Tina (19,224 teu) suffered a significant allision with a pier in Ambarli, Turkey on Saturday, March 27th while the ship was…

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6. April 2021

MSC to keep avoiding arctic cargo routes

MCS Mediterranean Shipping Company is helping to limit black carbon and other environmental impacts, and so has doubled down on its position to avoid considering the…

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