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Internally in Maersk, the new ship design is being callled the biggest innovation since the launch of Maersk's 18,000-teu Triple E ships in 2013. | Foto: Maersk

Maersk unveils design of methanol vessels

For five years, Maersk has been working on developing a new vessel design, which can increase the energy efficiency of its fleet by 20 percent. The first eight vessels are planned to sail on green methanol from 2024.

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DHL extends contract with CEO Appel and names successor

Deutsche Post DHL Group, which includes logistics branch DHL Global Forwarding, announces a change in top leadership. Current CEO Frank Appel, who's been heading DHL for more than 13 years, has his contract extended until 2023, after which his replacement will take over. Being updated.

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US ports once again postpone container dwell fee

Container lines get another breather at the Ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles for removing containers that have idled too long at the terminals. The ports are postponing a dwell fee by one week.

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Eurotunnel accuses DFDS of unfair competition on English Channel

Getlink, which owns the railroad service Eurotunnel under the English Channel, accuses ferry operators DFDS and P&O ferries of having struck an unfair deal on the Dover-Calais route in terms of competition. DFDS CEO Torben Carlsen rejects the accusation to ShippingWatch.

Multipurpose rates continue to grow

Rates on multipurpose vessels continue their upswing, and even the coming Christmas and New Year's period will not curb their skyrocketing significantly, according to Toepfer. High demand and lack of tonnage drive developments.

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