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Omnispace Expands Spectrum Portfolio with Authorization to Operate Mobile Satellite System in Brazil

Tyler Morning Telegraph 19 Feb 2024
The pilot projects included showcasing MSS on a ship that journeyed more than 44,000 kilometers on the Amazon and Madeira Rivers to provide connectivity throughout those remote areas that do not have access to terrestrial mobile connectivity.
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Where to Go in 2024: 24 Destinations on Our Travel Bucket List

The Capital Journal 28 Dec 2023
Amazon River ... Unlike most cruise ships that are floating theme parks, Delfin operates three small vessels on the Amazon River in northeastern Peru, providing a luxury experience for a few dozen guests at a time ... Nahanni River Adventures.
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I travelled through the Amazon jungle on a cargo ship for three days to the world

The Daily Mail 23 Dec 2023
Speaking to MailOnline Travel, Mykolas recalled 'sitting on the nose of the ship' sharing some wine with two fellow travellers, their feet 'dangling down almost touching the water as the boat glided through the sunset-lit Amazon river'.
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Real World Economics: Grains of truth about U.S. ag trade

Pioneer Press 12 Nov 2023
And it has an enormous facility at Santarem, on Brazil’s Amazon River, a day and a half from the Atlantic, but capable of loading enormous bulk-carrier ships with beans grown 1,000 miles south.
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El Niño wreaks havoc on global shipping patterns

Splash24/7 07 Nov 2023
Elsewhere, El Niño, combined with climate change, has curtailed navigation along some of the world’s most important shipping rivers with the likes of the Amazon, the Mississippi and the Rhine in recent months reporting very low levels of water.
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When rivers and their cargo traffic run dry

Business Line 29 Oct 2023
Danish shipping major Maersk said that the depleted levels of the Amazon river at its critical passage points ...
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Historic Amazon drought halts some grain barge navigation

The Daily Herald 20 Oct 2023
... been halted due to a drought that has sent Amazon river tributaries to the lowest level in over a century, according to a note sent to clients on Thursday by shipping services provider Serveporto.
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Drought turns Amazonian capital into climate dystopia

The Observer 18 Oct 2023
Tourists take pleasure boats to the nearby meeting of the Negro and Amazon (known locally as the Solimões) rivers, where dolphins can often be seen enjoying what are usually the most abundant freshwater resources in the world.
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Amazon drought disrupts river navigation

Seatrade Maritime News 17 Oct 2023
Climate change is affecting navigation on the Amazon River where a severe drought is disrupting barge traffic on the Tapajos River in the Amazon rainforest as shipping agencies told clients to expect delays this week.
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Historic low flow of Amazon’s main tributary

La Prensa Latina 17 Oct 2023
The river, which stretches ... The decrease in the flow of the rivers that make up the Amazon basin has complicated the navigation of the cargo ships on which the region depends to import and export goods.
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Shipping companies look at navigability of the Amazon River

Fresh Plaza 16 Oct 2023
This has led to limited booking acceptance, forcing shipping companies to implement a contingency plan for both import and export cargo to and from Manaus due to the Amazon River drought ...
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Brazil shipping agents warn clients drought disrupting corn shipping on barges

Hellenic Shipping News Worldwide 15 Oct 2023
A severe drought is disrupting barge traffic on the Tapajos river in the ...
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Infrastructure in the Pan Amazon: Waterway options

Mongabay 20 Sep 2023
The main stem of the Amazon River has provided access to ocean-going cargo ships for centuries, including modern container ships that service the manufacturing sector in Manaus and ore-carriers that ...
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