The European Liner Affairs Association will phase out and transfer its responsibilities to the World Shipping Council as of July 1, the Brussels-based association of container shipping lines said Frid
World Shipping Council
The World Shipping Council and its 29 carrier members proposed to the International Maritime Organization and its member governments a new global Vessel Efficiency System to improve the carbon and fue
Environmental issues will continue to be active in 2010. The U.S. government is developing its requirements for the installation of ballast water treatment technology on ships entering the U.S.
The liner shipping industry generated $436.6 billion in direct and indirect benefits to the world economy in 2007 and provided 13.5 million jobs, according to a new study commissioned by the World Shi
Twenty nations have signed the Rotterdam Rules in its first month, the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law announced on Friday.