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Allcargo Logistics Ltd. wants to boost intermodal units sharing business
19/06/2018 General Luis Gondelles

Allcargo Logistics Ltd., a multimodal transports operation and logistics with headquarters in India, is emulating Uber Technologies Inc. to make it easier for their clients to book marine freights. Th ...

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What’s the possible impact of new tariffs in world trade?
11/06/2018 General Luis Gondelles

On March 8th, United States’ president Donald Trump signed several presidential orders which imposed 25% and 10% tariffs on steel an aluminum imports to protect the American workers of these ind ...

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First live financial trade transaction successfully completed with blockchain
06/06/2018 General Luis Gondelles

British banking group HSBC and Dutch bank ING closed the first live financial trade transaction completed with blockchain to finance the shipping of soya bean shipment from Argentina to Malaysia for t ...

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Maersk to trial situational awareness system  powered by artificial intelligence aboard a containership
24/05/2018 General Luis Gondelles

Maersk Line will test the allegedly first situational awareness system powered by artificial intelligence aboard a containership. The Danish company partnered with Sea Machine Robotics to test the tec ...

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Veconinter assisted to the annual Caribbean Shipping Executives’ Conference hosted in the Port Everglades
23/05/2018 General Luis Gondelles

David Jean Marie, President of the Caribbean Shipping Association (CSA), opened the 17th annual Caribbean Shipping Executives’ Conference celebrated from May 14th to 16th in the Port Everglades ...

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International organizations celebrate IMO agreement to reduce emissions within the maritime industry
21/05/2018 General Luis Gondelles

Countries, organizations, companies and communities hailed the agreement to reduce emissions reached by the International Maritime Organization (IMO). The maritime world reacted positively to the news ...

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Egypt’s ports will run 24 hours a day
17/05/2018 General Luis Gondelles

Egypt’s ports will be kept up and running for 24 hours a day, up from the current 16 hours of operation, to cut long waiting times for shipments. Hesham Arafat, Transportation Minister of Egypt, ...

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