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Manufactures of Hydropel® high performance marine resins and gel coats

AOC Resins

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AOC, LLC

Manufactures of Hydropel® high performance marine resins and gel coats

AUMNI Shipping Consultants

Consultants: Project Conceptualisation to Dispute resolution

barwil

suppliers

Cee Cee Industrial & Marine Consultants

Cee Cee Industrial & Marine Consultants/MARINE WAVES

Cee Cee Industrial & Marine Consultants,

Chief Consultant/Editor&Publisher"Marine Waves"

Cee Cee Industrial & Marine Management Consultants

Cee Cee Industrial & Marine Management Consultants

Cee Cee Industrial and Marine Consultants,

CEECEE pursuit to excellence of the times.

Cee Cee Marine & Indl. Management Consultants

Technical & Management Auditing/Onsite Inspectionsd and Advisory services.

CeeCee Industrial & Marine Consultants.

Marine Consultant/ Editor & Publisher

CeeCee Industrial and Marine Consultants,

Marine Consultants, Ship Managers, Publications Division

CeeCee Onshore and Offshore Marine Consultants,

Offshore & Onshore Marine Consultants

CeyGem Solutions

CAE Consultancy

Chidambaram Shipcare Private Limited

Marine Engineering Company, Spares and Repairs

COGEX

International trading company exporting especially to LIBYA

Maritime News

Houthis Say They Can Reassess Red Sea Attacks if Israeli 'Aggression' Stops

Houthis Say They Can Reassess Red Sea Attacks if Israeli 'Aggression' Stops

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Yemen's Houthis said on Tuesday they could only reconsider their missile and drone attacks on international shipping in the Red Seaonce Israel ends its "aggression" in the Gaza Strip.Asked if they would halt the attacks if a ceasefire deal is reached, Houthi spokesman Mohammed Abdulsalam told Reuters the situation would be reassessed if the siege of Gaza ended and humanitarian aid was free to enter."There will be no halt to any operations that help Palestinian people except when the Israeli aggression on Gaza and the siege stop," he said.
CMA CGM, COSCO, Evergreen and OOCL Extend OCEAN Alliance to 2032

CMA CGM, COSCO, Evergreen and OOCL Extend OCEAN Alliance to 2032

21 hours ago
French shipping company CMA CGM and its business partners COSCO Shipping 601919.SS, Evergreen 2603.TW and OOCL said on Tuesday that they had agreed to extend their 'OCEAN Alliance' co-operation deal for another five years beyond 2027, to 2032.The 'OCEAN Alliance' partnership aims to help customers deal with their supply chains by offering up fast transit times and access to a wide range of ports, said CMA CGM.The agreement to extend the partnership was signed in Shanghai on Tuesday."The decision to extend our co-operation for at least five more years forges our commitment to meet our customers' needs and build even more secure, reliable and sustainable supply chains
Congo’s First LNG Cargo to Set Sail in Coming Days

Congo’s First LNG Cargo to Set Sail in Coming Days

yesterday
The first LNG cargo from Eni's Congo LNG project is currently being loaded and will sail to Piombino’s regasification terminal in Italy in the coming days.With the first cargo, the Republic of the Congo enters the group of LNG exporting countries, opening up opportunities for economic growth while contributing to global energy balance.The Congo LNG project, sanctioned in December 2022, came on stream after just one year, in line with the initial timeline.Eni started the introduction of gas into the Tango floating liquefied natural gas (FLNG) unit moored in Congolese waters in late December 2023.
Greek Frigate Departs to Join EU Red Sea Mission

Greek Frigate Departs to Join EU Red Sea Mission

2 days ago
Greece's frigate Hydra departed for the Red Sea on Monday to participate in a mission to protect merchant ships from attacks by Yemen's Iran-backed Houthi militia, a defense ministry official said.Earlier on Monday, the Greek government approved the country's participation in the European Union naval mission dubbed Eunavfor Aspides in the Red Sea.Many commercial shippers have diverted vessels following attacks by the Houthis who control much of Yemen and say they are acting in solidarity with the Palestinians as Israel and Hamas wage war in Gaza.
Spain's Ports See Goods Traffic Rise as Red Sea Crisis Continues

Spain's Ports See Goods Traffic Rise as Red Sea Crisis Continues

2 days ago
The volume of goods moving through Spain's top ports rose by as much as 25% in January as attacks on shipping in the Red Sea caused companies to divert Europe-bound vessels around southern Africa instead.Spain's northern ports have also seen volumes in transit jump by up to triple as traders opt to avoid moving goods by truck through Europe because of widespread blockades by farmers, Spanish retail and food industry association Aecoc says.Ports such as Las Palmas in the Canary Islands and Barcelona saw a 25.4% and 7.6% increase in the volume of merchandise respectively, during the first month of 2023.