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Bloomberg: Global Shipping Industry Fails To Clean Up Its Environmental Footprint
Regulation that forces value chain actors to share information and optimize would help the shipping industry clean up its environmental footprint
Caribbean Sea dispute between Nicaragua and Colombia in the International Court of Justice
The sea belongs to everyone but it belongs to no one, a resource in which we could cooperate, protect and develop together. A summary of the Dispute between Nicaragua and Colombia in the International Court of Justice.
History of the National Association of Artisanal Fishermen of Colombia (ANPAC)
In order not to make the same mistakes, we must remember the history and work of the fishermen's associations and cooperatives in Colombia (ANPAC). The effort of a union to be heard and accompanied in the fight for its interests and the…
Crisis in fishing regulations in the Archipelago of San Andrés and Providencia
According to an investigation by El Espectador, serious gaps were found in the fishing regulations in Colombia, mainly that of the Colombian Caribbean Islands, which collides with the regulations of the Marine Protected Areas.
Maritime Executive: Evolution of Shipping Line Alliances
"Container alliances succeed in periods of excess capacity and low freight rates. In prosperous markets lines are more individualistic." reports the Maritime Executive.
The Baltic Exchange: Dry Bulk Shipping Report
The most important dry bulk shipping trends from the Baltic Exchange, including Panamax, Capesize, Handymax and Ultramax/Supramax.
Ship inactivity increases due to the increase in ships at dry dock
Despite visualizing an upward trend, ship inactivity increases due to the increase in ships in dry dock at the end of February, reports Alphaliner.
CMA CGM records the highest capacity growth within Europe
CMA CGM is the line that registers the highest growth in capacity and market share during the last twelve months in Europe, reports Alphaliner.
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