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Maersk mints extension
TradeWinds
When Maersk chartered the Sagitta from the Nasdaq-quoted owner in March of last year the terms of that deal, which also represented an extension, were met by a lukewarm reception on Wall Street. As we reported the Danish carrier hired the vessel for up ...
Diana Containerships Inc. Announces Direct Continuation of Time Charter ...GlobeNewswire (press release)

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MiamiHerald.com

Maersk's SeaLand to create 65 jobs in regional HQ
South Florida Business Journal
A new subsidiary of international shipping giant Maersk Group will open its regional headquarters in Miramar after receiving public incentives. SeaLand will create 65 jpbs with average wages of $90,000 in Huntington Centre and invest $350,000. It ...
Sealand to open headquarters in MiramarMiamiHerald.com

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JOC.com

REFILE-UPDATE 3-Maersk and MSC ship-sharing pact gets US clearance
Reuters
SINGAPORE/COPENHAGEN, Oct 9 (Reuters) - Top container shipping companies A.P. Moller-Maersk and MSC Mediterranean Shipping Co cleared the last regulatory hurdle to launch a vessel-sharing pact, but companies that use their services voiced ...
Maersk says 2M will begin in January following FMC approvalJOC.com
Maersk, MSC win U.S. Approval for PactThe Maritime Executive
Maersk and MSC Ship-Sharing Pact Gets U.S. ClearanceMarineLink

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TradeWinds

Platou in Maersk swing
TradeWinds
While Maersk Oil will see earnings hurt by the decline in Brent, Platou argues AP Moller consumes more oil than in produces. Analysts Frode Morkedal and Herman Hildan are now projecting the group will post a profit of $4.91bn in 2014, beating the $3 ...
Maersk line to raise freight rates by over 100 percentFreshPlaza
Record interest in Danish oil and gas licensing roundHellenic Shipping News Worldwide

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New York Times

Aboard a Cargo Colossus
New York Times
At more than 1,300 feet long, the ship, the Mary Maersk, was hard to miss. It is longer than the Eiffel Tower is high, and the Mary and its sister ships are the biggest container ships in the world. Feet appeared first from the helicopter, then a pair ...
Danish special forces in "hostage situation" on Mary MaerskShippingWatch UK (subscription)

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Slide Show: On Board a Maersk Triple E
The New Yorker
Alastair Philip Wiper, on commission for the September issue of Wired magazine, U.K., photographed the production of the world's largest container ship, Maersk Triple E, in Okpo, South Korea. Maersk has commissioned twenty Triple E's, and Wiper ...

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Marine Trader Online (blog)

Maersk makes history
TradeWinds
Simon Moore, chief executive for London's major deep sea container port, said: “The arrival of the Edith Maersk is a historic moment. “This is one of the world's largest ships and the biggest ever to enter the Thames. Our high-tech facilities give us ...
Edith Maersk is now the largest ship ever to travel up the Thames (photos + video)Marine Trader Online (blog)
Edith Maersk berths at London GatewayContainer Management
Super-sized ships arrive in Britain: How big can they get?The Independent
The Handy Shipping Guide -SHD Logistics
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TradeWinds

Maersk scraps AHTS
TradeWinds
Maersk Supply has sent the 10,880-bhp Maersk Gabarus (built 1983) for scrap in Belgium. A spokesperson for the owner says the sale comes as part of the company's fleet renewal programme. “We currently have 12 new-buildings in the order book ... and on ...



A Gorgeous Tour of the Largest Ship in the World
Wired
At 194 feet wide and 1,312 feet long, the Matz Maersk Triple E is the largest ship ever built. It can carry 18,000 20-foot containers; its propellers weigh 70 tons apiece; it is too big for the Panama Canal, though it can shimmy through the Suez. All ...



Maersk Line to Continue Slow Steaming Efforts, Despite Reduce Benefits
Ship & Bunker
Maersk Line will continue slow steaming aboard its ships despite plunging bunker prices that have narrowed the financial benefits of doing so, reports ShippingWatch. The company rejected speculations of speeding up ships to their design speeds ...

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