How FedEx could win by losing its Postal Service business

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FedEx would benefit from the partial, or complete, loss of its huge contract with the U.S. Postal Service because it would force the parcel delivery giant to...

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Cyprus: Cabinet approves gender equality award in shipping

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The Cabinet this week approved the establishment of an annual award for gender equality in Cyprus’ shipping sector, according to an announcement by the...

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Red Sea: New images show British ship Rubymar has not sunk

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A British registered ship attacked in the Red Sea has been damaged but has not sunk, BBC Verify has discovered. On Monday, Houthi fighters claimed to have sunk...

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Singapore fuel oil stockpiles rebound on uptick in Russia, US imports

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Singapore’s onshore fuel oil inventories rebounded to a three-week high, driven by stronger imports fromRussia and the United States, data showed on...

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Pacific Environment experts weigh in on shipping decarbonization

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Pacific Environment staff provide expertise on the state and local, federal and international levels with respect to moving shipping and ports towards...

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Missile strikes UK general cargo ship off Yemen

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A Houthi missile found its target some 70 nm south of Aden causing minor damage and a minor injury to a crew member, according to reports from US Central...

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Maritime and Port Industry Stakeholders Welcome the IMCO vote on UCC Reform, urging further efforts to secure a smart, safe, and competitive Customs Union

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Yesterday, the European Parliament’s Internal Market Committee (IMCO) adopted its report on the reform of the Union Customs Code (UCC). This core economic...

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Asia Fuel Oil-Cash differentials inch lower; Singapore stockpiles at 3-week high

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Cash differentials for fuel oil inched lower on Thursday amid ample inventories, with data showing onshore stockpiles at Singapore rebounded to a three-week...

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MABUX: Bunker Prices To Remain Stable Next Week

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Over the 8th week, the MABUX global bunker indices experienced a moderate decline. The 380 HSFO index dropped by 4.06 USD: from 522.21 USD/MT last week to...

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Asian shipowners face hefty emissions liabilities of €1bn for EU-bound voyages, according to OceanScore

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Asian shipowners with vessels sailing to and from Europe are likely to face estimated emissions liabilities of over €1 billion once the EU Emissions Trading...

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