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The COSCO Prince Rupert
The Tiger Group of Hong Kong has been emerging since starting its business activities in the early years of this century. It’s growth has more or less paralleled the start-up and development of the Seaspan Corporation which first came to the at...
Bird's eye view of Centerm, operated by DP World Vancouver (photo by Dave Roels - www.daveroels.com)
To date, I have commented on the container shipping industry almost entirely from the viewpoint of the leasing companies led by Seaspan, Costamare, Danaos and some of their smaller brethren, all of whom, by virtue of their stock market affiliations,...
Fuel consumption - 200 TEU/Day, Deltaport to Sumas round trip
When considering options for the future movement of goods in the Lower Mainland, issues such as fuel costs, port (and road) congestion, volume of goods, air quality and social costs are all taken into account in a new study released by BCIT’s...
The COSCO Prince Rupert (8,500 teu), a Seaspan Corporation container ship on charter to China Ocean Shipping Company.
The world fleet of about 5,000 container ships is in a continuous state of flux as old ships are replaced with new and new crises take the place of something older that is always present in one form, or another, with some owners prospering while ot...
The Montreal Express (4,400 TEU) on the St Lawrence River and Quebec City
In 1892 first steamer “Cremon” set sail for Montreal flying the Hapag flag / Today largest container carrier in Canada / Comprehensive network of eleven Hapag-Lloyd services from Canada to Europe, Asia, Africa and Oceania This summer, H...