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Subject:eMAR News - 23/05/2015

Introducing Smart Containers
The technology will enable the customers to know in real-time not only a container’s position, but also its temperature, the vibrations it will be subjected to, any attempted burglary, the presence of traces of specific substances in the air or even the regulatory status of the cargo.

Container lines have role in China’s surging cross-border e-commerce
The speed to market requirement of online shopping means cross-border e-commerce has always relied on air transport, but easing import regulations at Shanghai’s free trade zone is allowing container shipping lines to participate in the fast growing sector.’s-surging-cross-border-e-commerce_20150506.html?mgs1=ba75k4yjgy

UN Agency Sets Pollution Rules for Polar Shipping
The United Nations shipping agency on Friday adopted stricter safety and environmental provisions for vessels operating in Arctic and Antarctic waters after years of negotiations.

Danelec to lead integration working group in EU initiative
Danelec Marine reports that it will be heading up an integration-focused working group as part of the EU’s EfficienSea2 maritime innovation project, which aims to improve safety and increase efficiency at sea.

IMO study highlights carbon dioxide emissions dilemma
A new report from the IMO warns that shipping emissions could spike 250% over the next five years.

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