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A Vessel with a Panamax classification is one that can use the Panama Canal between the Atlantic and the Paciic Oceans. Vessels that are too big to fit through the locks on the canal are known as post-Panamax.
The maximum vessel size is determined by the locks which were installed when the 83 kilometre canal was completed in 1914 and will fit vessels up to 274 metres long and 32 metres wide.
A Dutch zero-carbon sailing ship will operate from mid-August carrying passengers and freight on routes across the North Sea, Channel and Bay of Biscay. The 40m long De Tukker (built 2012) will have maximum cargo capacity of 70 tonnes and ...Read More
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U-S beef exports reachedanother new value record in March, reaching $1.07 billion. It is reported that beef exports raced to a record pace in the first quarter, topping $3 billion. Top export markets were South Korea, Japan and China/Hong Kong. ...Read More
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East African countries are expected to experience more importdelays following new Covid-19 cases in China, and the invasion of Ukraine by Russia. Authorities in Beijing have imposed lockdowns in regions of China reporting infections. At the same time East Africa ...Read More
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Exports from and imports to China struggled last month as worsening Covid outbreaks reduced demand, undermined production and disrupted logistics. Export growth in April in slowed to 3.9 percent in US dollar terms from a year earlier, compared with an ...Read More
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