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Container Volume Drops
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Container Volume Drops

“We encourage more transhipment containers to our Ports through efficiency and service standards,” he said.

No More Cargo Delays
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No More Cargo Delays

Faced with delays in the North Island, New Zealand two weeks ago, Maersk brought in two ships to shift containers to...

Furniture Shipped To Regional Countries
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Furniture Shipped To Regional Countries

A leading local furniture maker continues to make positive economic impact within Fiji and the Pacific.

118 Vehicles Offloaded At Suva Port
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118 Vehicles Offloaded At Suva Port

Mr Dela said that both Suva and Lautoka ports had been busy since last week with the arrivals of eight container shi...

Two Vessel Carriers Call In One Week
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Two Vessel Carriers Call In One Week

“Don Juan arrived from Auckland, New Zealand and from Suva will head to Japan,” Mr Dela said.

No “Third-Hand” Vehicle Market For Car Exports
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No “Third-Hand” Vehicle Market For Car Exports

Andrew Irwin is from the Micronesian Center for Sustainable Transport at the University of the South Pacific.

New $3.5m Barge Ready To Serve Resorts
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New $3.5m Barge Ready To Serve Resorts

According to company managing director Ajai Punja the barge was brought in by a Dutch crew.

TC Yasa Delays Franchise Trips
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TC Yasa Delays Franchise Trips

Meanwhile, shipping companies have been advising travelling public to make prior bookings to avoid disappointment, a...

463 Vehicles Offloaded At Suva Port
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463 Vehicles Offloaded At Suva Port

Capitaine Tasman offloaded 499 tones of cargo, and loaded 240 tonnes into the vessel.

Local Tug Salvages Stricken Vessel
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Local Tug Salvages Stricken Vessel

Local tug Burdekin yesterday towed to Suva the stricken Taiwanese fishing vessel it had salvaged after it ran agroun...

Third Vehicle Offloading In Suva In Two Weeks
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Third Vehicle Offloading In Suva In Two Weeks

Reported estimated time of arrival is Saturday, November 14 at 2am.

Goundar, South Island, Dispute Liahona Damage
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Goundar, South Island, Dispute Liahona Damage

Despite a visible dent, broken roof and other damages on inter-island vessel Liahona 1, Goundar Shipping Limited (GS...

Four Idle Ships Cause $1M Loss
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Four Idle Ships Cause $1M Loss

Company managing director, George Goundar, confirmed yesterday that the Lomaiviti Princess II, IV, V and VI vessels ...

Fijians Considered For Commercial Ships
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Fijians Considered For Commercial Ships

APNL is a seafarer recruitment and placement service based in Lautoka; it was established in 1992.

Scholarship Assists, Upgrades Crew
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Scholarship Assists, Upgrades Crew

Fijians have been victimised on Asian and local fishing vessels because the International Maritime Regulation (IMR) ...

Analysis: Domestic Shipping Services Never Prioritised
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Analysis: Domestic Shipping Services Never Prioritised

Our regional shipping services provided by well-established liner services are generally adequate with reasonably mo...

Goundar Eyes Solar Panels To Save Money
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Goundar Eyes Solar Panels To Save Money

“The only way I can save fuel consumption is reducing speed while running our usual routes and making sure that th...

Lack Of Crew Cripples Movements For Goundar Shipping
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Lack Of Crew Cripples Movements For Goundar Shipping

“I can’t get qualified seafarers offshore from the Philippines because of this COVID-19,” he said.

Analysis: Up To 600,000 Seafarers Stuck Aboard Vessels
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Analysis: Up To 600,000 Seafarers Stuck Aboard Vessels

Seafaring is already a lonely and dangerous job, ask the crew of the livestock carrier that sank in the China Sea la...

WIMA Holds Wellness Workshop
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WIMA Holds Wellness Workshop

“It was important for us to discuss our managing emotions, identifying signs of mental unwellness,” Ms Koi said.

Analysis: Lack Of Domestic Shipping Data, A Worry
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Analysis: Lack Of Domestic Shipping Data, A Worry

Last week, the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) released its fourth IMO Greenhouse Gas (GHG) study Reductio...

Koi Heads WIMA Again
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Koi Heads WIMA Again

While Faranisese Kinivuwai is now their legal officer at their Annual General Meeting (AGM) in Suva last Thursday.

Analysis: Drua Trainer Plans On Home Voyage
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Analysis: Drua Trainer Plans On Home Voyage

True canoe knowledge has faded over time in Fiji with only a few communities holding the fragile remnants of these t...

Analysis: Perceptions Of Pacific Maritime Realities
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Analysis: Perceptions Of Pacific Maritime Realities

While researching the best ways to monitor and evaluate shipping operations in the region, I’ve come across a rang...

No Limitations to Berth: Dela
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No Limitations to Berth: Dela

Container vessel Southern Moana’s delay in clearing from the Port of Suva was a concern to its local agent Transam...

First Blue Lane Initiative Visitors In
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First Blue Lane Initiative Visitors In

The health officers, navy and police all came out to their yacht to check on them.

More Container Vessels Call Into Ports
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More Container Vessels Call Into Ports

According to local agent Transam Shipping Kota Hakim was at Majuro, Republic of the Marshall Islands, before coming ...

Preventing The Popping Of The Bula Bubble
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Preventing The Popping Of The Bula Bubble

Andrew Irvin is the University of the South Pacific (USP) Project Officer for the Cerulean Project at the Micronesia...

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