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  • K Line, Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL) and NYK Line, the three companies which integrated their container shipping businesses to form Ocean Network Express (ONE), have announced a revision of ONE’s full year forecast.

  • Rolls-Royce has announced it will collaborate with technology giant Intel to design a sophisticated intelligent shipping system that will make the industry safer and more efficient, according to a statement.

  • Over the years, the industry has seen an increasing amount of attention given to the environmental impact from the global supply chain, resulting in regulations on emissions control and environmental protection becoming more stringent and widespread across the world.

  • Throughput continues to grow in the Port of Antwerp, as the total throughput after nine months is 177,026,550 tonnes, a 6% increase compared with the same period last year. With these results, the port is on track for the sixth consecutive record year.

  • Digitalization is not new, but it's development is happening fast across all industries, as it is becoming a vital part of the energy system and the energy transition. In fact, digital technologies will make power systems worldwide more connected, intelligent, efficient, DNV GL's Energy Transition Outlook mentions.

  • Seven workers sustained severe burn injuries after a non-functional ship caught fire in Gadani ship-breaking yard, Pakistan, on Sunday. Three of the inured men are considered to be in critical situation.

  • ONE and Hapag-Lloyd have established a Bilateral Strategic Feeder Network Cooperation Agreement, joining forces on feeder services. This agreement has already started on the first trades.

  • Export of non-oil products to Qatar from Bushehr province’s customs office in the first half of the current Iranian year (beginning on March 21) earned the country $56m, said Bushehr Governor Abdolkarim Geravand.

  • South Korean shipbuilder Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI) has won a contract for the construction of one liquefied natural gas (LNG) carrier.

  • As the 1st of January 2020 is edging closer, the effects of the IMO 2020 rule on burning cleaner marine fuels are bound to be diverse, across all ship classes. One such case is the Handy product tanker range. In its latest weekly report, shipbroker Gibson said that “looking at the orderbook for Handysize product carriers (25-39,999 dwt), one might think that this size range presents an attractive investment opportunity, with just three vessels currently under construction; the lowest orderbook of any tanker asset class”.