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Articles from the October 1, 2013 edition

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Environmental Awards

A federal jury in the Eastern District of Virginia has acquitted both the owner, Angelex Ltd. and ISM manager Kassian Maritime Navigation Agency, Ltd., of the Antonis G. Pappadakis of sixteen felony charges alleging that they, through their agents...

 By Kim Le    Features    October 1, 2013

Bigger Ships: Crane Productivity Between Panamax and New-Panamax Ships

The increasing capacity of container ships is playing a large role in quay crane productivity, but not the only role. As a key point in the international marine industry the Panama Canal allows vessel...


Maritime Security: Current Threats and Implications

Maritime piracy and maritime terrorism are known threats to global shipping, with piracy imposing substantial human and economic costs – particularly off the coast of Somalia – in recent years....

 By Jim Shaw    Features    October 1, 2013

Bulk and Breakbulk Report: Questions of Crude and Coal

After years of expansion in the container sector investment is now turning to the handling of bulk and breakbulk cargoes along the Pacific Coast, particularly coal and oil. Three coal terminal...


Arctic Policy: Assets and Opportunities

The combination of melting Arctic seascape along with an economic pursuit for cost effective shipping has given rise to a new Arctic. As the frigid waters of the Arctic warm, so does the political...


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