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  1. Short-sea shipping includes the movements of wet and dry bulk cargoes, containers and passengers around the coast (say from Lisbon to Rotterdam or from New Orleans to Philadelphia). Typical ship sizes range from 1,000 DWT (tonnes deadweight – i.e., the amount of cargo they carry) to 15,000 DWT with drafts ranging from around 3 to 6 m (10 to ...

  2. The Henley Passport Index ( abbreviation: HPI) is a global ranking of countries according to the travel freedom enjoyed by the holders of that country's ordinary passport for its citizens. [1] It started in 2006 as Henley & Partners Visa Restrictions Index (HVRI) [2] and was modified and renamed in January 2018. [3] [4]

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    CIMC was incorporated in Shenzhen as a joint venture on 14 January 1980 as China International Marine Containers Co., Ltd. (Chinese: 中國國際海運集裝箱股份有限公司). After being restructured as a joint stock limited company in December 1992, and publicly offered A shares and B shares which were listed on the Shenzhen Stock Exchange in 1994, CIMC adopted its curre...

    Its container department produces dry freight containers, refrigerated containers, special containers and other containers. CIMC also offers road transport vehicles, including logistics vehicles, tanker trailers and construction vehicles. In addition, the Company designs and manufactures passenger boarding bridges and cargo handling systems for air...

    On 8 April 1994, the A shares of CIMC were listed on the Shenzhen Stock Exchange. On 19 December 2012, CIMC converted its B shares into H shares, and listed its H shares by way of introduction on the Main Board of the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong, being the first enterprise in China to do so. According to the 2013 Annual Report of CIMC, China Mercha...

  3. Shipping line. Container ships are used by shipping lines to transport cargo. A shipping line or shipping company is a company whose line of business is ownership and operation of ships . Shipping companies provide a method of distinguishing ships by different kinds of cargo: Bulk cargo is a type of special cargo that is delivered and handled ...

  4. COSCO Shipping Ports is a listed company. As of November 2020, the market capitalization is HK$17 billion [4] (Not yet free-float adjusted). As of 31 December 2019, fellow listed company COSCO Shipping Holdings is the parent company of COSCO Shipping Ports. COSCO Shipping Holdings (via subsidiaries "COSCO Investments" and "China COSCO (Hong ...

  5. Star Shipping was a shipping company based in Bergen, Norway that in 2008 operated 60–70 vessels with a total of 3 million deadweight tonnes.[1] It was founded in 1961 a joint venture between Grieg Group and Masterbulk.[2] The main area of co-operation was in industrial transport of forest products with 50 open hatch ships. It also operated ...

  6. Representation for ships' engineers began in the late 19th century, and two unions came together to form the Marine Engineers’ Association (MEA) in 1899. The Navigating & Engineer Officers' Union (NEOU) was born in the mid-1930s and in 1956, following more than a decade of cooperation on issues of common concern, the MEA and the NEOU joined ...

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