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Carriers' Interest In Gdynia Continues

There has been a positive start to 2013 for Poland's second-largest port, Gdynia, with the facility welcoming a new box service. The continued interest in the port from container lines shows no sign...

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Hanjin Shipping (Container Operations)

Hanjin was formed in 1977 and in 1988 merged with Korea Shipping Corporation, becoming Hanjin Shipping Company. Until 2009 the company was part of the Hanjin Group, and has several subsidiaries,...

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Overseas Shipholding Group (OSG)

Overseas Shipholding Group (OSG) grew out of the Maritime Overseas Corporation, founded in 1948. OSG, a Delaware corporation, was incorporated in 1969. The next year it was publicly listed on the...

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Themes For EMEA Infrastructure 2013

BMI View: We expect activity in the infrastructure sector to pick up momentum over 2013 in EMEA, with our forecasts suggesting that real growth in construction is going to accelerate across all...

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EU CCS Plans Go Up In Smoke

BMI View: We have been tracking the deployment of Carbon and Capture Store (CCS) projects globally over the past two years and our views are fully playing out, with the withdrawal of the last project...

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Mitsui OSK Lines

Mitsui OSK Lines (MOL)'s container operations are relatively small compared with its dry bulk and tanker operations. In FY12 the container unit's revenue accounted for 37.9% of the group's total. In...

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