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  • The British Ports Association announced the launch of a new initiative looking at the implications of autonomous shipping for UK ports and exploring what the future developments of shipping will mean for the sector. The initiative includes a call for evidence from interested parties.

  • Danish container shipping major A.P. Moller – Maersk has unveiled its investment in Australian tech startup Ofload, formerly called Loadsmile.

  • The transition to IMO 2020 compliant fuel oil (0.5% sulphur) has not been without problems, with sulphur content, sediment, and aluminium plus silicon being the main issues experienced, a recent survey found.

  • Head of Iran’s Ports and Maritime Organization (PMO) Mohammad Rastad has said the country is seriously considering the establishment of another oceanic port on the Makran coastal strip (in the Gulf of Oman).

  • A Japanese disaster relief team helping to clean up a devastating oil spill off the Indian Ocean island nation of Mauritius is focusing on mangroves, beaches and wetlands after most of the oil at sea had been collected, it said on Tuesday.

  • SunStone’s new expedition cruise vessel, the Ocean Explorer, has been launched at the China Merchants Heavy Industries (CMHI) shipyard, China, on August 12, 2020.

  • South Korean shipping major HMM revealed plans to form a joint venture company with Singapore’s port operator PSA International.

  • Amid the coronavirus outbreak situation, on 15th August Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore reported that 15 Filipino crewmembers were found COVID-19 positive.

  • State-run oil companies have decided to stop chartering tankers owned or operated by Chinese companies even if the vessels are registered under third-country flags. The move follows regulations issued last month to curb business dealings with China in retaliation against the Chinese army’s border transgressions in Ladakh and the death of 20 Indian soldiers in the Galwan Valley clash.

  • Singapore Exchange (“SGX”) mainboard-listed COSCO SHIPPING International (Singapore) Co., Ltd. (the “Company”), one of Singapore’s leading logistics management service providers, today announced its first half 2020 financial results for the financial period ended 30 June 2020. Turnover for 1H 2020 totaled $86.3 million, 8% higher than 1H 2019.