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Sea Cargo Charter hesitates to raise climate ambitions

The climate ambitions of the Sea Cargo Charter initiative have been criticized by several members, but it seems they still don’t stand to be raised, Chair Jan Dieleman tells ShippingWatch. For over a year, the initiative has considered raising the bar.

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  • Pia Meling

    New position: Managing director
    New employer: Grieg Green
  • Stephan Claussen

    New position: Managing Director
    New employer: Semco Maritime
  • Bo Jepsen

    New position: Head of Air & Sea
    New employer: Leman

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Blue Water Shipping banks on Türkiye with two new offices

Increasing production in Türkiye after years with coronavirus and strained supply chains makes Blue Water Shipping increase its presence in the country, which is becoming a gradually more important site of production for European companies.

Greenland climbs high on UN list of port connectivity

Greenlandic ports have in recent years become better connected to the world than previously. This is due to a collaboration deal with Icelandic Eimskip, but according to Royal Artic Line’s CEO, ambitions go beyond that.

Daewoo Shipbuilding makes deal with conglomerate on conditional sale

Shipbuilding group DSME has signed a memorandum of understanding with conglomerate Hanwha Group about a sale of Korea Development Bank’s 50-percent equity position, according to a news agency. The state-owned bank has previously stated that the yard ought to be sold quickly. Updated.

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