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The Monjasa appeal case progressed, three major Danish carriers released third quarter results and Torm announced plans for a listing in New York. These were among the headlines over the past week on ShippingWatch.

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Monjasa case draws to a close

On Monday Nov. 20, the Western High Court in Denmark will issue a verdict in the Monjasa case which saw three court sessions this week.

Monjasa's fate in fraud case will be decided Monday

Monjasa's defense criticizes evidence: It's deception

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Prosecutor followed paper trail in case against Monjasa

Former Monjasa executive lashes out at key witness

 

Interim reports from three major Danish carriers

DFDS presented good news as the carrier has done consistently over the past few years. Both Torm and J. Lauritzen reduced deficits and Torm simultaneously announced that after years of research the firm is ready to apply for a listing in New York.

DFDS soars on European recovery

Torm books minor deficit in the third quarter

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Torm files for listing on Nasdaq in New York

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Lauritzen CEO: On the right track, but it will take time

Lauritzen Kosan changes crew management for 26 gas vessels

 

Maersk also launched its first autonomous ship this week:

See Maersk's first autonomous ship in action

 

And make sure to read about:

Emanuele Grimaldi's vision for Finnlines:

Emanuele Grimaldi: More growth at Finnlines after record profit

The developments at Hapag-Lloyd and the carrier's handling of climate requirements:

Hapag-Lloyd turning away from scrubbers as sulfur cap solution

Hapag-Lloyd third quarter result rises sharply

Bunker Holding's new company:

Bunker Holding launches new company for major customers

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Maersk publishes key Hamburg Süd numbers

At its Capital Markets Day today, Tuesday, Maersk has published the key financial figures for billion-euro acquisition Hamburg Süd's performance over the past five years.

This is how Maersk plans to convince investors

At the Maersk Capital Markets Day this Tuesday, the group's Executive Board will present its strategy for the coming years for its core business Transport & Logistics to a broad range of investors and analysts. Find the plan here.

British ports fear chaos after Brexit

Extensive inspections on board vessels in British ports will become routine procedure if the UK does not maintain the common environmental and health standards after Brexit, warn the ports.

Bunker One to rebuild carriers' trust after OW collapse

Two events are behind the changes in the bunker market that made Bunker Holding eye a need to launch its new venture, Manager Peter Zachariassen tells ShippingWatch. One is the OW Bunker bankruptcy in 2014. The other will happen two years from now.

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