Crewman Dies in Fall aboard Ship off Tynemouth

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A man died after falling from a great height aboard a vessel anchored near Tynemouth, UK, on October 20, according ...

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Ferus Smit Splashes Second Arklow Ship

Image Courtesy: Arklow Shipping; Illustration

Dutch shipbuilding company Ferus Smit has launched the second in a series of ten vessels being built for ...

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Dutch Firms to Visit Iran, Explore Economic Opportunities

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Port development and maritime technology will be in focus of the visit of the Netherlands’ Minister of ...

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Liberia Proposes More Time for Shipowners to Adjust to BWMS

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The Liberian Maritime Administration is to introduce a proposal to the meeting of the IMO Marine Environmental ...

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EESC Pushes for Polluter Pays Principle in Shipbreaking

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The European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) adopted an own initiative opinion that calls on the European ...

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Evergreen Upgrades Asia-Australia Network

Image Courtesy: Evergreen Line

Taiwanese container carrier Evergreen Line has teamed up with its compatriot Yang Ming Marine Transport (YML), ...

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Denmark to Initiate Study on Unmanned Ships

Illustration; Image Courtesy: Rolls-Royce

The Danish Maritime Authority (DMA) has taken a step toward the masterless ships as it is launching a pre-study on ...

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Clarksons: Non-Delivery Could Hit Record Levels in 2016

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Non-delivery of vessels on the orderbook, which has been a prominent theme in shipbuilding in the last decade, ...

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Hurtigruten Chooses Names for New Expedition Ships

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Norwegian cruise line Hurtigruten has unveiled the names of its new hybrid-powered expedition ships, Roald Amundsen ...

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SCPA Handles Slightly More Boxes in Q1 FY 2017

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The US South Carolina Ports Authority (SCPA) recorded a 1.4 percent increase during the first quarter of the 2017 ...

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ClassNK Gives Nod to LNG Bunkering Vessel Design

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Hanjin Heavy Industries & Construction has received Approval in Principle (AIP) for a 7,500 cbm liquefied ...

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EGA Opens Kamsar Container Terminal in Guinea

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UAE’s Emirates Global Aluminium (EGA) has officially opened a container terminal in its new port facility at ...

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ACP Rises Maximum Draft for Neopanamaxes

Image Courtesy: Panama Canal Authority

Based on the present and projected water level of Gatun Lake for the upcoming weeks, the Panama Canal Authority ...

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Alang's Leela Yard Gets Social Accountability Certification

Illustration; Image Courtesy: NGO Shipbreaking Platform

Alang-based yard Leela Ship Recycling has become the first ship recycling facility in South Asia to receive the ...

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Danish Maritime Technology Conference 2016

A part of Danish Maritime Days 

For the first half of 2016, the key buzzword of the maritime industry have been ‘The Fourth Industrial Revolution’. The global maritime industry stands in the midst of a market with changing dynamics, where emerging technologies give endless possibilities with an unprecedented processing power.

The emerging technologies have opened up for new products and services that increase efficiency through the entire maritime value chain. The Danish Maritime Technology Conference looks at the key drivers emerging in and from the Fourth Industrial Revolution – the technologies, the products and the services that leads this market change.

The new waves of accelerating technological development require new forms of conducting agile business, given the speed at which innovation and disruption takes place. Members of Danish Maritime are global market leaders within the maritime industry, and together with specialists they will discuss their core challenges and present their solutions to a game changing market.

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Danish Maritime Days 2016

At this year’s Danish Maritime Days, four themes will highlight some of the most important challenges and opportunities which the global…

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Maritime Standard Tanker Conference

The event will highlight the main regional trends in crude, chemical and product tanker operations, giving attendees a unique insight into…

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SHIPTEC CHINA builds up itself into a more outstanding, influential and well-reputed maritime event in northern China…

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ACL Christens New G4 CONRO Ship in Liverpool

Image Courtesy: ACL

Atlantic Container Line (ACL), an American shipping company owned by the Italian Grimaldi Group, has christened the ...

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Car Carrier on Fire in Port of Antwerp

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The Antwerp fire department is currently cooling the 1989-built car carrier Silver Sky which burst into ...

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Maersk Line Makes a Comeback to Iran

Danish shipping giant Maersk Line has restored its services to and from Iran, after a five-year absence from this ...

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ECSA: Challenges of Polar Shipping

Image Courtesy: Silversea

Ahead of the entry into force of the International Code for ships operating in polar waters, or the Polar Code, in ...

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Cargo Traffic at India's Major Ports Up by 5.2 Pct

Image Courtesy: APM Terminals Mumbai

The cargo volumes at India’s Major Ports increased by 5.2 percent during the first half of the fiscal year ...

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GasLog Orders New LNG Carrier from SHI

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Owner and operator of LNG carriers GasLog Ltd. has placed an order for a 180,000 cubic meter liquefied natural gas ...

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Milaha's Profit Drops amid Shipping Woes

H.E. Sheikh Ali bin Jassim Al Thani, Chairman of Milaha’s Board of Directors; Image Courtesy: Milaha

Qatar-based marine transporter Qatar Navigation (Milaha) has seen its net profit drop by 20.8 percent for the nine ...

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Shipping's Operating Costs Fall for 4th Successive Year

Image Courtesy: MOL

Total annual operating costs in the shipping industry fell by an average of 2.4% in 2015, compared with the 0.8% ...

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Spotted: AIDAsol Starts Voyage to the Canaries

Image Courtesy: AIDA Cruises

AIDAsol, a cruise ship owned by German cruise line AIDA Cruises, docked for the last time in 2016 at the HafenCity ...

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Paris MoU Detains Two Ships

Image Courtesy: Shipspotting

The Paris MoU organization has detained two vessels in a Norwegian and a Russian port in September and October this ...

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Expanded Waterway Pushes Panama Canal's Tonnage Up

Image Courtesy: Panama Canal Authority

The Panama Canal has handled 330.7 million tons of goods in fiscal year 2016, the third highest amount ever ...

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Extension Works Begin at Ecuador's Terminal

Image Courtesy: SAAM

Extension works have started at Ecuador’s Terminal Portuario Guayaquil (TPG), operated by Chilean ...

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