Chunk of global trade menaced by attacks on Red Sea shipping

by Bloomberg  • Dec 06, 2023

Fresh attacks on vessels in the Red Sea are raising insurance premiums for ships in the region and menacing commerce in a conduit for 12% of world trade.

EU considers restarting WTO case against US over steel tariffs

by Bloomberg  • Dec 08, 2023

The European Union is considering reopening a case at the World Trade Organization against the US over a Trump-era steel and aluminum dispute that saw the allies hit each other with tariffs on more than $10 billion of goods.

First non-grain, U.S.-managed ship successfully delivers 22 thousand tons of pipe to Ukraine since the onset of the war

by AJOT  • Dec 08, 2023

The overall project comprised 22 thousand tons of pipes and ended with over 1,000 trucks making the final, successful deliveries...

AiO member, Big Log Morocco completed Roll-on/Roll-off of Manitou equipment to Senegal

by AJOT  • Dec 06, 2023

Big Log Morocco completed RoRo Shipment of Manitou equipment from Khouribga City, Morocco to Dakar, Senegal.

DNV awards AiP for world’s largest car carrier design by China Merchants

by AJOT  • Dec 06, 2023

At the Marintec China trade fair, DNV awarded an Approval in Principle (AiP) certificate to China Merchants Jinling Shipyard (Nanjing) Co., Ltd. for its ground-breaking 11,000-CEU capacity pure car and truck carrier (PCTC) design.

Deltamarin wins design contract for La Méridionale’s new ro-pax vessels

by AJOT  • Dec 05, 2023

Deltamarin has signed a contract with China Merchants Jinling shipyard (Weihai) for the approval and detail design of La Méridionale’s upcoming ro-pax vessel project.

Best ever AntwerpXL comes to a close
by AJOT  • Nov 30, 2023

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It is the “uncontained” shipments that draw a lifetime allegiance of purveyors of the business. As one MPV (Multi Purpose Vessel) analyst bluntly said as an aside, “Boxes are boring.”

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