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  • Hidden behind the tragedy of the recent deadly explosion in Beirut is the more pervasive travesty of the abandonment of ships, seafarers and cargo, and unless the global public reckons with this deeper problem, a next disaster is all but inevitable.

  • MSC Grandiosa today became the first ship from the MSC Cruises fleet to restart cruising in the Mediterranean after a five month pause.

  • Iran’s Ports and Maritime Organization (PMO) is ready to provide bank facilities to the buyers of Roll on-Roll off (Ro-Ro) vessels as well as passenger ferries to improve activities in the country's northern ports, IRNA reported, quoting a senior official with the organization.

  • Despite the negative effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, German container shipping company Hapag-Lloyd closed the first six months of this year with a profit.

  • Iran and Russia are going to launch a permanent shipping route in the Caspian Sea for trade with container ships, an official said.

  • APM Terminals Gijon joined forces with CMA-CGM Group forming an eco-friendly logistic chain connecting major Spanish cities to the UK and Ireland.

  • As the new reality calls for social distancing measures, the International Maritime Organization (IMO) will hold all its meetings virtually until the end of 2020.

  • Germany’s customs and police officers have seized around 1.5 tonnes of cocaine discovered on board a container vessel at the Port of Hamburg, a spokesperson for the Customs Office in Hamburg confirmed to Offshore Energy.

  • HMM announced that the company has signed a sales and purchase agreement with CMA CGM for the sale of its 50% stake minus one share in Total Terminal International Algeciras (TTI Algeciras), a container terminal in the south of Spain.

  • IMO has issued the calendar of meetings for September-December 2020, setting dates for remote sessions of the IMO Council and Committees. The first scheduled meeting is set to be a simultaneous, remote extraordinary sessions of all Committees (expected to be held 16-18 September), to address procedural matters. This follows decisions of the IMO Council’s thirty‑second extraordinary session, which adopted interim guidance to facilitate remote sessions of the IMO Council during the COVID-19 pandemic and invited the Committees to consider utilising the same guidance.