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Europe's biggest port says companies not doing enough for Brexit

The Port of Rotterdam, Europe's biggest port, warns that companies are not preparing sufficiently for the ramifications of Brexit. In addition to customs clearance, businesses will face additional inspections for food, plants and live animals, as well as other paperwork and delays.

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Torm CEO after large deficit: Market has already turned

The recovery of a miserable product tanker market is well underway, says Executive Director Jacob Meldgaard in an interview with ShippingWatch after the company delivered yet another significant deficit in the third quarter.

Here is the roadmap for the liner companies' new global initiative

In as little as six months, two or three shared standards for container liner companies should be ready. That is the goal for the new global association between the world's largest container carriers, says André Simha, spokesman for the association and CIO at MSC, to ShippingWatch.

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