DHL Express outsources B777F operations to Chinese airline

DHL Express will hand Central Airlines a pair of Boeing 777 freighter aircraft to operate on its behalf on routes from China. This will be the first time the global logistics integrator has partnered with a domestic Chinese airline to support its air cargo network, reports New York’s FreightWaves. DHL’s deployment of cargo jets to Central Airlines provides extra capacity for Chinese companies to reach global markets, especially e-commerce platforms that are heavily booking commercial aircraft...

https://www.seanews.com.tr/dhl-express-outsources-b777f-operations-to-chinese-airline/200838/

Tanker Assesses Potential Red Sea Oil Spill After Houthi Attack

The Liberia-flagged oil tanker Chios Lion was assessing damage and investigating a potential oil spill after being attacked by Yemen’s Houthis in the Red Sea, according to the Red Sea and Gulf of Aden Joint Maritime Information Center (JMIC), reports Reuters.

Oil spill incident

An unmanned watercraft inflicted minor damage to the Chios Lion‘s port side on Monday as part of a swarm of attacks by the Houthis on the vessel and another ship sailing approximately 100 nautical miles northwest of...

https://mfame.guru/tanker-assesses-potential-red-sea-oil-spill-after-houthi-attack/

Delhi plans to provide shore power to vessels large and small nationwide

INDIA is seeking a mechanism that allows ships to plug into the local grid or have power generated with renewables, reports Chennai’s Hindu Daily. The Ministry of Ports, Shipping and Waterways plans to expand its shore-to-ship power infrastructure and revise policy guidelines so that all ports in India have the infrastructure to supply shore power to vessels large and small. The roadmap under discussion includes possible financing schemes with the help of the Power Finance Corporation (PFC). A...

https://www.seanews.com.tr/delhi-plans-to-provide-shore-power-to-vessels-large-and-small-nationwide/200836/

CMA CGM invests US$2.7b on 12 LNG fuelled boxships ships in S Korea

SOUTH Korean shipbuilding group HD Korea Shipbuilding & Offshore Engineering received a large order for new containerships which the company is valuing at approximately US$2.7 billion. The shipyard’s announcement only identified the customer as a European shipping company, but it is being widely reported that CMA CGM is behind the order, according to Fort Lauderdale’s The Maritime Executive. The order is for a total of twelve vessels with half to be built at the HD Hyundai Shipyard in Ulsan...

https://www.seanews.com.tr/cma-cgm-invests-us-2-7b-on-12-lng-fuelled-boxships-ships-in-s-korea/200832/

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