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Box volumes recover in Sept. for Shanghai & Ningbo Transportweekly . Com

Box volume through Shanghai and Ningbo recovered in September with Shanghai rising 11.6 per cent year-on-year to 2.9 million TEUs, while Ningbo jumped 20 per cent to 1.6 million TEUs, according to Exim News Service. For Shanghai, it was a 5.6 per cent volume increase compared to August. Overall, Shanghai’s September all cargo volume increased…

Hapag–Lloyd Installs new Dynamic Trim Technology

Eniram Ltd, provider of dynamic decision support systems for the shipping industry, has today announced that Hapag-Lloyd AG, one of the largest container shipping lines in the world, will be deploying the first installation of the Dynamic Trimming Assistant (DTA) on their container vessel, Osaka Express, at the beginning of December 2010

DSME Signes a $800M Deal With Sovcomflot

South Korea’s Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering announced today that on October 20th they signed a newbuilding contract with the state-owned Sovcomflot to build a total of 12 Aframax crude/product carriers (including vessels to be built in Russia and optional units) worth around $800m.

Kockums launches submarine for Singapore Navy

RSS Swordsman was launched today with pomp and circumstance. The submarine is the second in the Northern Light project under which two Västergötland class submarines, previously owned by the Swedish Navy, have been rebuilt, life-extended and modernised.

MAN Announces Ultra-Long-Stroke Engine

The first G-type engine, designated G80ME-C1, has a design that follows the principles of the large-bore Mk-9 engine series that MAN Diesel & Turbo introduced in 2006. The G-type is designed with a longer stroke to reduce engine speed, thereby paving the way for ship designs with unprecedented high-efficiency.

Wärtsilä Reports Icreasing Demand

Today Wärtsilä released its interim report. By the end of the third quarter, 1,150 vessels have been ordered which is notably more than for the full year 2009. Contracting activity continued to be good in the bulk carrier segment, supported mainly by Chinese ship owners.