Operations should be back to normal in a few weeks but regaining shipper trust will take much longer
- Oakland forced to close as ILWU holds 'stop-work' meeting
- Oakland warns of two-month backlog as cargo piles up
- MSC ships to skip Oakland calls
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Hugely competitive terminal towage sector in need of consolidation, says Robert UgglaSvitzer boss urges lines to regard tugs as a saving, not a cost
British owner may boost fleet if upturn sustained
Sulphur rules a headache for owners
Arrival of new sulphur emission regulations at the start of the year has been anything but simple
British seafarers' welfare organisations have united to launch the Maritime Charities Group, a focus for sharing information and spreading best practice
Customs say boat was carrying 17-18 illegal immigrants from mainland China
Kalamos crew members held since February 3 to be repatriated after hospital check-up
Lines would have to commit for at least 15 years because of greater risk, says Gerry Wang
Update: German line says merging the workforces will help to create an even stronger organisation
Sole exception is reduction in LNG carrier discount
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