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    IMO 2020 Low Sulphur Regulation

    From January 1st, 2020, the new IMO (International Maritime Organization) 2020 Low Sulphur Regulation will be in effect . All sea-going vessels worldwide will have to comply and reduce their sulphur emissions by 85%... Read more

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    Discover My Prices redesigned, and Instant quote improved

    Have you tried our easy and intuitive tool My Prices, that can retrieve all your negotiated rates and provide an instant quote? It has evolved for the best! Clck Here to Read More

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    Gigantic vessel with capacity for 6.000 containers docked at Moin

    Ship 270 meters long and 42 wide arrived at megaport this Thursday. APM Terminals informed that it will give a weekly service which implies a saving in money and time for exporters 270 meters long and 42 meters wide, Katherine stole attention this Thursday at the Moín Container Terminal (TCM),

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    CMA CGM unveils its vision for a digital customer journey and launches CMA CGM eSolutions

    World leader in shipping and logistics, CMA CGM launches CMA CGM eSolutions, an entirely digital eco-system comprising an online agency and other e-commerce channels such as Electronic Data Interchanges (EDI) and Application Programming Interfaces (API) which allow the digital transmission of

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    Low Sulphur IMO 2020 Regulation

    Shipping's 2020 Low Sulphur Fuel Regulation This new regulation aims to reduce the environmental impact of the industry and significantly improve air quality, an initiative in which the CMA CGM Group has been involved for more than 15 years. CMA CGM has decided: to favor the use of 0.5% fuel

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    Costa Rican government seeks agreement with unions to end strike

    “The Minister of Labor, Steven Núñez, and the Minister of the Presidency, Rodolfo Piza, sent a letter to the Episcopal Conference and the university presidents, who expressed their willingness to serve as mediators in the talks,” Alvarado told reporters. “In this letter we maintain that we are

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    CMA CGM celebrates today 40 years of a unique entrepreneurial story

    40 years of a unique entrepreneurial adventure It is amid the Lebanese war that Jacques R. Saadé decided to settle in Marseilles to protect his family. As a visionary man, he anticipated the evolutions of international trade and was convinced of the crucial role containerization was about to