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LNG-Fuelled Ferry to cruise into The Mediterranean Sea

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7 Dec 2016
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Caronte Tourists Logistics

LMG maritime to design and launch the first ever cruise ship which will use the LNG fuel in Mediterranean Sea LMG Marin is renowned as a leader in the area of LNG-fuelled propulsion and for the projects astonishingly designed, advanced and most modern ferries. This was the important thing for Caronte & Tourists selecting LMG […]

Devastating Increase in the Cargo Tariff in Pakistan

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17 Nov 2016
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A 77% increase from India’s and 51% from Sri Lankan’s cargo Freight, point to consider seriously   There is a massive increase in the cargo tariff in Pakistan due to which the shipping companies are threatening to scrap their services in the South Asian country. Pakistan’s largest port is already handling with global overcapacity and […]

Maersk Line Cargo to get Weather Forecasts Through Weathernews Inc.

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12 Apr 2016
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Maersk line enters into a three years contract with worlds’ largest privately owned weather company for weather alerts Weathernews Inc., the world’s biggest privately owned climate and weather news enterprise, is proud to furnish weather routing services from UK to Pakistan and across the globe, port forecasts and other climate pushed chance conversation services to […]

Why Gwadar Port is More Vital Route than Chabahar Port

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1 Mar 2016
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Pakistan & Iran Flag

Gwadar port (Pakistan) and Chahbahar port (Iran) have the vital significance for the central Asian countries. Both ports links central Asian region to the world market and cuts off thousands of kilometres for certain trade routes. The relationship between Pakistan and Iran is  very friendly and likable. Both the countries have developed the plan for the […]

Cargo Ships Terrorise Europe

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23 Feb 2016
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Cargo Ships

The dangers posed by the cargo ships is becoming a major concern for European security officials as they believe the terrorist may take advantage of these ships Why they fear? Their fear is justified as every month there are an estimated 10,000 cargo ships that pursue European waters and the officials don’t have a comprehensive […]

Two Cargo Ships Collided at Port of Piraeus

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2 Feb 2016
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Cargo Ships

Both of these cargo ships are owned by Greek companies La Joie, a general cargo ship, at Port of Piraeus approach collided with Ahti R, a sea cargo freighter. It has not been confirmed that the freighter was carrying the sea cargo Pakistan or some other country. But the initial reports so state big swell […]

How To Confirm That Your Valued Shipments Reach Safely

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26 Jan 2016
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Cargo Services

Every shipment contains something valued product. That shipment may have an extremely high financial value with little emotional equity, or very high emotional value for the receiver but little economic value. Whether the value is real, the shipments must be safe accordingly. To help confirm you’re taking benefit of the range of both simple and […]

Cargo Ship Koningsborg Damaged in English Channel

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7 Jan 2016
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Cargo ship Koningsborg

Sometimes, even the storms can cause a lot of damage to the cargo vessels Koningsborg, a general cargo ship, has sustained some serious damage by storm in the English Channel while it was en-route from Finland to Tunisia. It is reported that the ship lost its propulsion power, 18 nautical miles off Quessant island, France, […]

LTL And FTL Shipping! How Are They Different?

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8 Dec 2015
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LTL& FTL Difference

LTL and FTL are two different approaches in the transport sector by which heavy and low weight freight can be delivered easily There are two  different  ground freight options for shipping freight. What is LTL shipping? LTL is an acronym of  Less than Truckload Shipping. LTL shipping  is a kind of ground freight shipping that combines deliveries […]

Gwadar vs Chabahar! A Warfield On The World Economic Gateway

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9 Nov 2015
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Gwadar Vs Chabahar

Why the stakeholders from the gate of the Strait of Hormuz to Arabian sea are afraid of Gwadar Port?   In the altering dynamics of international policies, sea trade has great importance. In that perspective, Gwadar Port of Pakistan and Chabahar Port Iran are the centre points in Arabian Sea and both geographically have a […]

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