Ocean carrier voyage blankings causing chaos and confusion for shippers
Ocean carriers are ramping-up their vessel blanking programmes from Asia as export demand weakens, but ...
After a long and frustrating period of uncertainty, the EU seems finally to have made up its mind – for now – about the Emissions Trading Scheme. Long-haul airlines will be delighted to know that the European Parliament decided yesterday that only intra-EU flights would be affected – until 2016, when ICAO is tasked with revealing its global scheme.
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