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A representative of a local shipping company is dismayed after being told by US officials that they will not be allowed to access imported medical supplies to help in the fight against the deadly COVID-19 virus.
Ladies and gentlemen, I’d like to take this opportunity to welcome back to The Bahamas Mr. Pierfrancesco Vago, Executive Chairman of Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC) Cruises, and to once again thank him and the Aponte family for their continued interest in and support of The Bahamas.
On Wednesday, February 17th, Lieutenant Commander Tom Gill, the U.S. Embassy’s Coast Guard Liaison Officer to The Bahamas and the Turks and Caicos Islands, officially recognized award-winning Bahamian flagged vessels under Campbell’s Shipping Company for their strong participation during 2014 in the United States Coast Guard’s (USCG) Automated Mutual-Assistance Vessel Rescue (AMVER) system.
Remarks by Prime Minister The Rt. Hon. Perry G. Christie, M.P. on signing of the Heads of Agreement between The Bahamas Government and Mediterranean Shipping Company Limited (MSC)
Today gives rise to a major economic thrust in The Bahamas as we gather here to witness the signing of a Heads of Agreement between The Bahamas Government and Mediterranean Shipping Company Limited (MSC), the world’s second largest global shipping company and one of the largest and fastest growing cruise lines headquartered in Geneva.
President and CEO of Mediterranean Shipping Company S.A. Diego Aponte, and Executive Chairman Pierfrancesco Vago are pictured during recent meetings in London with Prime Minister the Rt. Hon. Perry Christie.
A new local freight forwarding company aims to ultimately become "a UPS or FedEx of The Bahamas," according to its founder.
In an interview with Guardian Business, Mr. Ship It (MSI) Founder and Managing Director Jurelle Nairn said that MSI, which opened its doors less than four weeks ago, had already received considerable interest with nearly 1,700 registered accounts.
"As of right now we have 1,6...
By DENISE MAYCOCK
Tribune Freeport Reporter
FREEPORT - With 13 bulk carriers already, Bahamas-based Campbell's Shipping Company is seeking to double its fleet within the next year, a company executive said yesterday.
Jamaal Smith, assistant manning manager of Campbell's Shipping, said the vessels in their fleet represent a total of 15,000 tons or the size of two footb...
Campbell Shipping Company yesterday signed a $30 million contract for a Japanese built vessel. The contract was signed with Imabari Shipbuilding Co. Ltd. of Japan.
The contract is for a 38,000 Ton Dry Bulk Carrier and delivery is expected in 2013. The new vessel will be registered on the Bahamian Ship Registry and will increase the Campbell fleet of ships to 16.
The ceremony took place at the Balm...