There is an incredible gap in the industry with respect to its internal organization and a lack of common voice ...read more →
Tanker operator Tsakos Energy Navigation Ltd. has entered into charter agreements for three of its LR2 Aframax ...read more →
New Zealand’s biggest ever cruise season got underway on October 3 when the Diamond Princess arrived in Wellington. ...read more →
US-based Aker Philadelphia Shipyard, Inc. (APSI) has started construction of the third and fourth 50,000 dwt ...read more →
At the moment the offshore wind activities in Dutch waters are buzzing. Dutch utility Eneco is in the final phase ...read more →
The first week of June was marked by the HISWA Holland Yachting Group Press Tour. 15 international journalists of ...read more →
The Republic of the Marshall Islands has expressed great concern over the outgoing Secretary-General of the IMO, ...read more →
The size of the ‘High Risk Area’ for piracy in the Indian Ocean has been reduced, organisations representing the ...read more →
Cruise tourism generated USD 3.16 billion in direct expenditures across 35 Caribbean, Mexican, and Latin American ...read more →
Ports in Yemen remain open despite continuation of fighting between Houthi rebels and Saudi-led Coalition forces, ...read more →
The Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency (MMEA) has detained two vessels suspected of carrying out illegal ...read more →
The government of Indonesia has relaxed its cabotage rules imposed on cruise industry and allowed foreign-flagged ...read more →
Tokyo-based Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL) has started a demonstration test of a condition-based engine monitoring ...read more →
Stevedoring company Hutchison Ports Australia (HPA) and the Maritime Union of Australia (MUA) today inked a new ...read more →
India-flagged vessels carrying domestic containers along India’s coast will no longer have to pay customs and ...read more →
Completion of Platform Supply Vessels’ (PSVs) construction has taken a nosedive as affected owners delay the ...read more →
Norwegian shipping company Stolt-Nielsen has settled the coastal trading payments owed to the Chinese crew of the ...read more →
Danish Maritime Technology Conference 7-8 October 2015
Danish Maritime Technology Conference is a summit for the maritime industry taking place during Danish Maritime Days 2015.
The conference gathers the newest, most innovative and sustainable technologies from the Danish Maritime industry.
The conference is held with support from The Danish Maritime Fond and in collaboration with members of Danish Maritime such as: MAN Diesel & Turbo, Wärtsilä Danmark, Emerson Process Management Marine Tank Management – Damcos A/S, Inrotech, VIKING Life Saving Equipment, Hempel, Alfa Laval Danmark, Force Technology and Søby Yard.
Danish Maritime Technology Conference is free of charge.
Read more about the conference here.read more >
Marintec China 2015, Shanghai, China
Facts & Figures of Marintec China:
• The exhibition spread over 70,000 square metres in Shanghai New International Expo Centre
• Over 1,700 exhibiting companies were participating in the event
• 57,888 quality trade visitors from 88 countries/regions
• 16 national & regional pavilions from Austria, China, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hong Kong SAR, Japan, Korea, the Netherlands, Norway, Singapore, Sweden, Taiwan region, the United States and the United Kingdom were organised
About Marintec China
Marintec China 2015 will be held on 1-4 December 2015 in Shanghai. With increasing worldwide recognition and reputation throughout the past three decades, the exhibition is attracting an increasing number of high-profile exhibitors and visitors from around the world.
Regarded as the only gateway to the Asian maritime market, Marinetech China has become larger than ever! Being the most recognized maritime trade show in Asia, Marintec China is definitely an international marketplace for buyers to source from international sellers showcasing their latest marine, ship design, offshore engineering and port technology.
Over the years, Marintec China has grown to reflect the size and importance of the Asian maritime market. Marintec China 2013 has broken all the previous records attracting more than 1,700 exhibiting companies from 32 countries /regions and 16 group pavilions, making it the most international and authorised industry event in Asia. Taking place once every two years, Marintec China 2015 edition is a unique opportunity for suppliers to connect with new customers and re-connect with existing contacts from the region, and final one to present new products and services to the trade visitors and experts from all parts of the world.
Visit Marintec China 2015 website for more details www.marintecchina.comread more >
Salvage Law & Practice Seminar
Salvage Law & Practice at a glance:
Lloyd’s Open Form – contract design, administration and recent cases
special compensation awards…
Singapore-based container line APL is launching a new weekly U.S.-flagged service that will, as of November, ...read more →
Dutch recruitment and contracting specialist Middle Point has started reaping the benefits from its expansion to ...read more →
Carnival Corporation’s newly developed cruise port, Amber Cove, located on the northern coast of the ...read more →
Ivory Coast started on Tuesday a four-year, EUR 854 million (USD 962) project to add a second container terminal at ...read more →
Dutch shipping company Flinter has started talks with salvage and insurance companies to salvage the general cargo ...read more →
The U.S. Department of Justice has indicted three more former ocean freight executives for participating in a ...read more →