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AAL Delivers 13 Giant Haul Trucks For Siberian Mining Project

AAL, one of the world’s leading multipurpose operators, has successfully completed the shipment of 13 enormous haulage trucks (170mt each) from Laem Chabang Port in Thailand to the Port of Nakhodka in southeast Russia. The shipment was booked by AAL’s Brisbane office and operated by AAL’s Tramp & Projects team

Petya Ransomware Cyber Attack Hits Maersk Line

While all vessel operations will continue, making “the majority” of port calls, the shipping line says it has “shut down” IT and communications infrastructure as a security measure. Maersk Line is today unable to take bookings following yesterday’s Petya ransomware cyber attack, in what has been called “shipping’s Y2K moment”. While all vessel operations will

Shipping Companies to Plan for Prolonged Qatar Disruption

Uncertainty remains over Suez Canal access and transhipment options Leading international law firm Ince & Co has advised shipping and transportation companies with cargo interests in Qatar to plan for a period of disruption and uncertainty, following the decision by a number of Qatar’s neighbors and other nations to cut diplomatic

Rickmers looking at restructuring to survive

Rickmers Group has filed for bankruptcy, however the leading German ship owner and manager is eyeing fresh moves to ensure its survival. The company said it had submitted an application for insolvency under self-administration to the Hamburg District last week “with the aim of restructuring.” The application, prompted by leading lender HSH