Latest News for: Uruguay shipping


Clash of the minnows … Namibia and Uruguay set to light up Rugby World Cup

Independent online (SA) 26 Sep 2023
Rugby World Cup minnows Uruguay and Namibia clash in Lyon on Wednesday in their own personal "final" where the winner takes home the glory and the loser faces four years of frustration ... Winning will not be straightforward against a Uruguay side that has impressed in France.

"Uruguay is having a good citrus season, but we are short on volumes"

Fresh Plaza 15 Aug 2023
Uruguay’s 2023 citrus season, which started with a delay, has seen lower volumes amidst good early demand from their leading US, European and other markets ... “In Uruguay, we are having a good citrus season in respect of quality and size but we are short on volumes, due to the drought and variety changing,” states Bentancur.

SPECIAL REPORT-Cocaine cartels encroach on Unification Church’s Paraguayan paradise

Union Leader 10 Aug 2023
The drugs are then smuggled by land or riverboat to Atlantic ports in Brazil, Uruguay and Argentina, before heading east on Europe-bound container ships ... Months later, on March 29, he was arrested in Asunción, accused by Brazilian law enforcement of leading an outfit that shipped at least 17 tonnes of cocaine to Europe over two years.

Career Paths: Margaux Moore, Trafigura

SAFETY4SEA 01 Aug 2023
Margaux Moore, Head of Energy Transition Research and Venture Investment for Trafigura, mentions that shipping will represent a large demand for low carbon fuels as the industry decarbonizes and she is excited to be part of the entire lifecycle – from incubation to deployment ... This was my first interaction with the shipping world.

A new global platform to scale up low-carbon fuel production

Business Line 23 Jul 2023
The CEM-Hubs initiative is backed by Canada, Norway, Panama, Uruguay and the UAE, in partnership with the International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) and the International Association of Ports and Harbours (IAPH) ... So far only one ship, in the whole global fleet, has been piloted to transport liquefied hydrogen — travelling from Australia to Japan.

Low-carbon fuel production initiative adopted at global summit

Splash24/7 21 Jul 2023
The initiative is backed by Canada, Norway, Panama, Uruguay, and the UAE in partnership with the International Chamber of Shipping, and the International Association of Ports & Harbors ... So far only one ship in the whole global fleet has been piloted to transport liquefied hydrogen – travelling from Australia to Japan.

Clean Energy Ministerial adopts the Clean Energy Marine Hubs Initiative

SAFETY4SEA 20 Jul 2023
The CEM-Hubs initiative is initially backed by Canada, Norway, Panama, Uruguay and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) in partnership with the International Chamber of Shipping (ICS), and the International Association of Ports & Harbors (IAPH) ... commented Guy Platten, Secretary General of the International Chamber of Shipping.

Cosco Shipping launching new Europe – South America service

Seatrade Maritime News 19 Jul 2023
Cosco Shipping launching South America service from Yangpu port ... Listen to a podcast on the outlook for shipping in H2 2023. The new branded ESE2 service will commence in Montevideo on 16 September 2023 in Montevideo, Uruguay, with Cosco Shipping’s Xin Nan Tong to become the very first vessel on the new route.

David Edgerton: “The UK needs a politics of modesty”

New Statesman 12 Jul 2023
A familiar spectre is haunting Britain. that of decline. High inflation, low growth, industrial strife and Brexit have combined to create an inescapable sense of national malaise ... [See also. Tom Nairn ... He was born into an Anglo-Argentine family in Montevideo, Uruguay, in 1959 and did not arrive in the UK until 1970, on a ship built in Barrow-in-Furness.

Hartlepool Tall Ships: What's on, where to park and who's performing at free gig

ITV 04 Jul 2023
Thousands of visitors are expected on Hartlepool's waterfront this summer as the Tall Ships Race returns to the coastal town for the first time in 13 years. Four days of free live music and family fun will entertain the crowds as 40 tall ships sail into the marina, coming from as far afield as Indonesia and Uruguay.

"The emphasis will lie on the larger sizes in this South African season"

Fresh Plaza 28 Jun 2023
Last week, the Dutch company OV Fruit received its first shipment of Navels from South Africa. "These oranges come from Marble Hall Limpopo ... All nice, luxurious varieties," says Victor van Turenhout ... "I hear Argentina and Uruguay have less fruit available, and South Africa is shipping more and more citrus to North America, the Middle East, and China.

10 cruises with thrilling overnight stops

The Times/The Sunday Times 20 Jun 2023
You’ve got until 11pm in Uruguay’s cool capital Montevideo too, with time to head ashore for steak and caipirinhas — although the ship has a top-deck grill, where you can cook your own steaks on hot stones, with drinks included, so there’s an understandable temptation to stay onboard.

HMS Sussex (96): The British Heavy Cruiser That Survived a Kamikaze Strike

War History Online 08 Jun 2023
Upon returning to Europe, she defended shipping lanes along the eastern coast of Spain during the Spanish Civil War, with support from the HMS Intrepid (D10) and Impulsive ... However, before she or any other Allied ships could capture the German raider, her crew scuttled the vessel off the coast of Uruguay ... HMS Sussex (96), 1940. (Photo Credit ... ....

In pics: From Maradona's 'Hand of God' goal to Messi's triumph in Qatar, she paints history on footballs

Khaleejtimes 18 May 2023
In this collection, I’ve painted on 22 footballs, covering all the Fifa World Cups starting from the 1930 World Cup in Uruguay to the 2022 World Cup held in Qatar ... At that time, it was not possible to travel by plane and the French team had to go to Uruguay by ship.

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