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25 October 2014 01:35AM

Edith Maersk the Largest Ever Ship on the Thames – Time-lapse Footage Now Available

21 Oct 14 ,  Corporated News
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Record breaking ship: • One of the world’s largest ships • Four football pitches long • Can carry over 15,000 sea containers • Time-lapse video and high-res photos available for viewing Record breaking ship: • One of the world’s largest ships • Four football pitches long • Can carry over 15,000 sea containers • Time-lapse video and high-res photos available for viewing   Maersk Edith alongside at DP World London Gateway.   20th October 2014 London Gateway, London: The largest ship ever to enter the Thames arrived at DP World London Gateway, the UK’s new deepwater container port. The 397-metre-long, 56-metre-wide…

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    Management will present to CAT Telecom's board next week the proposal to allow companies to buy their cellular networks back from CAT before their concessions expire.

  • FTI: Industrial flood losses will reach B1.12 trillion

    24 Nov 11 ,  Economy
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    Economic losses caused by prolonged flooding would amount to 1.12 trillion baht or 10.5% of gross domestic product, with exports expected to drop 10% year-on-year in each of the last two months of the year, says the Federation of Thai Industries (FTI).

  • Production to resume at Bangpa-in Industrial Estate

    23 Nov 11 ,  Economy
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    After yesterday's "Big Cleaning" operation, some of the 90 manufacturing plants at Bangpa-in Industrial Estate are expected to resume production next month, along with businesses at other inundated estates.

  • Restaurants take a soaking Losses from flooding could reach B15bn

    22 Nov 11 ,  Economy
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    The country's restaurant business is expected to lose about 15 billion baht because of the heavy floods, according to the Thai Restaurant Association (TRA).

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    21 Nov 11 ,  Economy
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  • Virabongsa to head overseas in bid to reassure investors

    21 Nov 11 ,  Economy
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  • Reinsurers may label Thailand 'high-risk'

    17 Nov 11 ,  Economy
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    Rating will result in high premiums, stringent conditions

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    17 Nov 11 ,  Economy
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  • Business interruption claims after the deluge

    17 Nov 11 ,  Economy
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  • Relief sought for stranded cargo Inundated factories unable to take delivery

    11 Nov 11 ,  Economy
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    Exporters and importers want the Port Authority of Thailand (PAT), the Customs Department and banks to ease regulations and waive fees collected on containers stranded in port by the months-long flooding.