Designing in Virtual Reality

"The challenge is to break the stereotype of the shipbuilding industry being a traditional craft”

Five More Major Regulators to Clear Hamburg Süd Aquisition

Regulatory bodies of China, Korea, Brazil, Chile and South Africa are still to clear Maersk Line’s ...

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Iraq, UAE Form Shipping, Oil Trading JV Company

A new shipping and oil trading company has been set up by Iraq and the United Arab Emirates, named Al Iraqia ...

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Aker Arctic to Help Improve Safety in Arctic Ship Ops

Finland-based Aker Arctic has joined a new EU-funded project to address improved safety and efficiency in Arctic ...

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Maersk CEO: No Reason to Order New Megaships

There is no incentive to order new ultra large containerships from a cost perspective right now, despite extremely ...

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GOGL Cuts Loss amid Improved Dry Bulk Market

Nasdaq-listed dry bulk shipping company Golden Ocean Group Limited managed to cut its net loss for the second ...

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Tallink Grupp Extends Superfast Vessel Charter

Estonian shipping company Tallink Grupp informed that its subsidiary Baltic SF IX Limited has extended a charter ...

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Tanker Orders Ramp Up in Q2

The second quarter of the year saw a total of 32 product tankers ordered as owners rushed to quench their thirst ...

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Norden Cuts 2017 Outlook

Danish shipping company Dampskibsselskabet Norden A/S has trimmed down its expectations for the adjusted results ...

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Port of Hamburg's Cargo Volumes Slightly Down in 1H

Germany’s Port of Hamburg saw a 0.2 percent decrease in seaborne cargo throughput which totaled 70 million ...

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Spotted: COSCO Carries Shell's Appomattox Hull

In today’s spotted we bring you an image of MV Xin Guang Hua which recently loaded the hull of Shell’s ...

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Wan Hai Bins Order for Eight Feeders

Taiwan’s shipping company Wan Hai Lines has decided to terminate a shipbuilding contract for eight feeder vessels, ...

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HMM Sets Sights on Arctic Shipping

South Korean container shipping company Hyundai Merchant Marine (HMM) is reviewing Arctic shipping opportunities as ...

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ABS: 43 Pct of Installed BWMS Considered 'Problematic'

57 percent of ballast water management (BWM) systems installed on vessels were being operated, while the rest were ...

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Carnival Making Strides on Cutting CO2 Footprint

Cruise liner major Carnival Corporation claims to be ahead of schedule on reducing its carbon intensity and on ...

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Shipping2030 Asia

This year Shipping2030 Asia will take place with Global Liner Shipping conference, offering attendees unique access to networking with the container shipping industry…

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Indonesia Marine & Offshore Expo (IMOX) 2017

Indonesia Marine & Offshore Expo (IMOX) 2017, Batamis an international maritime and offshore industrial event that brings an international…

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Salvage & Wreck Asia

Could your business be affected by shipwreck? Are you a salvage professional or a wreck removal expert? …

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DSM17

Donsö Shipping Meet 2017 is an all inclusive exhibition. Meals, electricity, meeting schedule and banquette dinner is included…

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Crew Evacuated from Bibby Line's Troubled Ship

The crew of MV Cheshire has been evacuated as the bulk carrier suffered from overheating of the fertilizer being ...

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Cochin Shipyard Collects USD 225 Mn from Its IPO

India’s Cochin Shipyard has raised INR 14.4 billion (USD 224.8 million) from its initial public offering ...

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Three Bodies of Kidnapped Sailors Recovered in Philippines

The Philippine military found the bodies of three sailors who were abducted on two separate occasions over nine ...

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Golar LNG Inks Deal on Hilli’s Dropdown

Golar LNG, owner and operator of LNG carriers and FSRUs, together with its affiliates Keppel Shipyard and Black and ...

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LR Joins Project to Build World’s Biggest Sailing Cargo Ship

UK-based maritime classification society Lloyd’s Register (LR) has joined the Quadriga sustainable shipping ...

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Maersk Tankers Sinks to USD 483 Mn Loss

Declining spot market rates and vessel impairments have pushed tanker shipping company Maersk Tankers to a USD ...

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Cambodia Gets Loan for Sihanoukville Port Expansion

The Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) has signed a loan agreement to provide up to CNY 23.5 billion ...

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Carrier Consolidation Turns Up the Heat on APM Terminals

The ongoing consolidation of container carriers through acquisitions and alliances continues to exert pressure ...

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Malaviya Seven Could Be Sold to Pay Stranded Sailors

Twelve Indian seafarers are closer to going home after a Scottish court agreed to the sale of the Malaviya Seven, ...

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Product Tanker Woes Hit TORM's Earnings

Pressured by a difficult product tanker market, Danish shipping company TORM ended the second quarter of 2017 with ...

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Maersk Group Bleeds Red Ink in Q2

Danish energy and transportation giant A.P. Moller – Maersk sailed into a loss of USD 264 million in the ...

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More Focus Needed on Post-Brexit Possible Delays at Borders

The British Ports Association (BPA) said that more focus is needed on the likely impacts – such as delays at ...

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