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Hornbeck Offshore to file for bankruptcy protection

The coronavirus pandemic and crude oil dropping to $20 per barrel prompt the action

Web Bulletin 2020

Grain cargoes increase at Thunder Bay amid COVID-19

Countries are ordering extra wheat and durum, which is fueling ship traffic

Web Bulletin 2020
Seaway's Montreal/Lake Ontario section opens for season

Seaway's Montreal/Lake Ontario section opens for season

Non-essential personnel interactions are being minimized in response to COVID-19

Web Bulletin 2020

ISSA: Ship suppliers must be classed as essential workers

The group cites 'smooth declaration of documentation' among COVID-19 problems

Web Bulletin 2020

MM&P: Congress right to exclude cruise ships from stimulus bill

'If cruise ship operators want our tax dollars, fly under our flag,' says union President Don Marcus

Web Bulletin 2020
FMC's Bentzel: Trans-Pacific trade returning to normal

FMC's Bentzel: Trans-Pacific trade returning to normal

Services should be resuming 'at close to near regular levels as early as next week'

Web Bulletin 2020

St. Lawrence Seaway opens for 62nd navigational season

The opening of the Welland Canal will be followed by the opening of the Montreal/Lake Ontario section on April 1

Web Bulletin 2020
IMO chief urges 'practical and pragmatic' approach to outbreak

IMO chief urges 'practical and pragmatic' approach to outbreak

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Shipowner groups warn against banning crew changes due to coronavirus

Shipowner groups warn against banning crew changes due to coronavirus

Doing so would threaten global supply chains, according to the ICS and Intercargo

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IMO expects 77 percent drop in sulfur emissions from ships

The 0.5 percent sulfur cap brings initial strong price differentials for various fuels

Web Bulletin 2020
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