Manila Port Congestion Woes Are Over

Manila Port Congestion Woes Are Over

The congestion at the port of Manila has been resolved and port operations have been completely normalized, the ...

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Thoresen Shipping Escapes Red

Thoresen Shipping Escapes Red

The Bangkok-headquartered dry bulk operator Thoresen Shipping, part of  Thoresen Thai Agencies, has managed to end ...

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India Pushes for Corporatization of Its Ports

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India is encouraging corporatization of its twelve state-backed ports as it strives for revitalization of its ...

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”K” Line Ups the Ante

''K'' Line Ups the Ante

Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha (”K” Line) plans to increase its net income from JPY 25 billion (USD 208.8m) ...

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VLCC Sales Spur Scorpio Tankers’ Profit

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New York-listed tanker owner Scorpio Tankers reported adjusted net income for 2014 worth USD 7.7 million resulting ...

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Panama Canal’s New Toll Structure under Spotlight

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The Panama Canal Authority (ACP) held a public hearing on its proposal for a new toll structure, set to enter into ...

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Eniram in LNG Industry’s First

Eniram Launches Boil-Off Management Tool for LNG Carriers

Eniram Limited, the Finnish provider of energy management technology and data analytic services to the shipping ...

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MOL Orders Six Ultra Large Boxships

MOL Orders Six Mega Boxships

Japanese shipping company Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd. (MOL) has placed an order for six 20, 000 TEU containerships. ...

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CABSEC 15: The Caribbean Basin Coastal Surveillance and Maritime Security Summit

This third annual conference will be formally hosted with the Commonwealth of the Bahamas, and brings together ministers, chiefs of defence…

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Offshore Shipping Investment Conference

Offshore Shipping Investment Conference agenda
Oil Price Analysis: assessing the impact of the recent price drop on E&P spending and the…

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EUROPORT ISTANBUL

EUROPORT ISTANBUL as the leading maritime exhibition of the Turkish Maritime Sector, where it had gained a new direction and gathered speed…

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Cruise Shipping Miami

Cruise Shipping Miami offers you the opportunity to be part of the industry’s most authoritative professional showcase…

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Shagang Shipping Joins the Bankruptcy Club

Shagang Shipping Joins the Bankruptcy Club

Depressed bulk shipping market has taken another victim as Chinese dry bulk shipping company Shagang Shipping joins ...

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Astomos Energy Expands LPG Fleet

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 Tokyo-based Astomos Energy Corporation has placed an order for a very large liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) carrier ...

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Tugs Free Grounded Maersk Garonne

Tugs Free Grounded Maersk Garonne

The container ship Maersk Garonne, which ran aground while entering the Fremantle Inner Harbour on ...

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BW LPG Exercises Option to Buy VLGC

BW LPG Exercises Option to Buy VLGC

Singapore-based gas carrier owner and operator BW LPG has exercised the purchase option for the chartered very ...

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Fincantieri’s Profit Dips

Fincantieri Makes Less Despite Order Surge

The Italian shipbuilding group Fincantieri recorded EUR 55 million (USD 61.7m) net profit in 2014, a 35% drop ...

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Pan Ocean Boasts USD 750 Mln Profit

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South Korean bulk shipping company Pan Ocean has reported a net profit of USD 750.9 million in its full year ...

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CSIC Scrutinized by Anti-Corruption Team

CSIC Scrutinized by Anti-Corruption Team

China’s central government’s anti-corruption team has launched an investigation into the operation of China ...

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Who Can Afford Giant Boxships?

Who Can Afford Giant Boxships

The trend of ordering ultra large container ships seems to have picked up the pace recently as more and more lines ...

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TUI Cruises Buys Splendour of the Seas

TUI Cruises Buys Splendour of the Seas

Royal Caribbean Cruises is selling its cruise ship Splendour of the Seas to Germany-based TUI Cruises,  a joint ...

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Ship Carrying Cattle Sinks off Oman

Ship Carrying Cattle Sinks off Oman

A cargo ship carrying around 350 head of cattle sank off the south coast of Oman February 28, the country’s ...

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ClassNK Launches Bulker, Tanker Structural Rules

ClassNK Launches Bulker, Tanker Structural Rules

Tokyo-based classification society ClassNK has released its Common Structural Rules for Bulk Carriers and Oil ...

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FPS Service Links Rotterdam with St. Petersburg

FPS Service Links Rotterdam with St. Petersburg

The Rotterdam-based neutral consolidator FPS Famous Pacific Shipping has launched a new, weekly ocean LCL ...

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Australian Police Finds Meth in Container with Toys

Australian Police Finds Meth in Container with Kids Toys

The Australian Federal Police (AFP) and Australian Customs and Border Protection Service (ACBPS) have seized more ...

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Readers’ Picks of the Week (23-27 of Feb)

Readers’ Picks

Chief Engineer Jailed for Using Magic Hose Noly Torato Vidad, the Chief Engineer of the car carrier Selene Leader, ...

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Helsinki Court Rules in Finnlines’ Favor

Helsinki Court Rules in Finllines' Favor

Helsinki District Court has ordered State of Finland to refund shipping company Finnlines Plc the fairway ...

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Somali Pirates Free Four Hostages

Somali Pirates Release Hostages After almost Five Years

Four Thai fishermen who were held in captivity for almost five years by Somali pirates have been freed, according ...

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VIDEO: Anthem of the Seas Swirls Around

Anthem of the Seas Turn Around

The following video presents you with the 168.600-gt cruise ship Anthem of the Seas, one of the largest cruise ...

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Svitzer Pulls Asbestos-Contaminated Tug

Svitzer Pulls Asbestos-Contaminated Tugs

Tug company Svitzer has removed two of its nine Newcastle tugs from service after one of the Chinese-built vessels ...

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