Lawyer after new defeat in OW case: "Fundamentally wrong"
It is "fundamentally wrong" that OW Bunker's primary bank can lay claim to the bunker company's receivables from shipping companies, says a lawyer representing OW's subcontractors in the US after a new court decision in New York.
Maersk-owned carrier Svitzer and three Australian labor unions have been negotiating new work conditions for years, until the tugboat operator asked Australia’s Fair Work Commission to end the dispute.
Seaspan has a new strategy underway, through which the major tonnage provider plans to use its network to enter a number of a new business areas, with one area being delivery of green fuel to its customers.
The European Commission invites carriers and customers to comment on the special cooperation rules applying to the container industry, which have recently come under heavy fire. They have eight weeks to do so.