DFDS Completes Purchase of Ferry Pair

Northern Europe’s shipping and logistics company DFDS has completed the purchase of two Channel Ferries from ...

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COSCO Spending USD 1.7 Bn on 14 ULCVs

China COSCO Shipping Corp has embarked on a major shopping spree, adding 14 ultra large containership newbuilds to ...

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ZIM Adds 11,000 TEU Boxship Newbuilding to ASE Service

Israel’s shipping company ZIM has deployed the 11,000 TEU newbuilding Cape Sounio in its Asia South America ...

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MOL Teams Up with MES on Vessel Monitoring and Support

Japan’s Mitsui O.S.K. Lines has reached an agreement with Mitsui Engineering & Shipbuilding (MES) to ...

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Atlas Maritime Sends Aframax to Navig8's V8 Pool

Greece-based shipping company Atlas Maritime has become the latest shipowner to join Navig8’s V8 Pool. The ...

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ABTO: Liquefaction Testing Is Inadequate

The Association of Bulk Terminal Operators (ABTO) has called for a complete overhaul of the cargo sampling and ...

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Brazil Starts with Inspection of Older Vessels

Brazil has introduced a new inspection requirement in its ports, following a number of recent casualties involving ...

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Korea Line Clinches LNG Shipping Deal from KOGAS

Korean shipping major Korea Line Corporation (KLC) has secured a KRW 1.27 trillion (USD 1.1 billion) contract to ...

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Traffic Growth in Ports to Remain Muted

Traffic growth in the ports sector is likely to remain well below historical levels for the foreseeable future, due ...

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DP World, Masdar to Explore Clean Energy Solutions

Dubai-based port and terminal operator DP World and Abu Dhabi’s renewable energy company Masdar have signed a ...

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Greenship Bulk Trust to Shut Down Its Business

Singapore-based Greenship Bulk Trust has decided to close down its business following the delivery of its last ...

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Oceangold Linked to MR2 Tanker Order

Greece-based shipping company Oceangold Tankers has reportedly placed an order for a pair of MR2 tankers at the ...

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PANYNJ to Discuss Cargo Facility Charge with OCEMA

The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey has been cleared to launch discussions related to the cargo facility ...

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Spotted: Third Viking Cruise Ship Christened in Norway

Viking Cruises has held a christening ceremony for its third ocean ship, Viking Sky, in Tromsø, Norway. On the ...

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

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TOC Europe

TOC (The Terminal Operations Conference) has long been considered best in class by container terminal operators and their suppliers…

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Marine Philippines 2017

The 4th edition of PHILIPPINES MARINE 2017, SHIPBUILD PHILIPPINES 2017 and OFFSHORE PHILIPPINES 2017 is the only specialized Shipbuilding…

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Bunkering Week 2017

IBC’s biennial Bunkering Week is back with its successful series of 3 co-located events: 8th Bunkering in Asia, 4th LNG Bunkering and EMTECH: Ship Emissions Technology Conference.

With a proven track record of bringing together top decision makers from various industry sectors, this remains the go to event for ship owners, fuel suppliers, traders and technology solution providers. Get in-depth and detailed market insights from experts who are taking the decisions, assess peer strategies and give shape to your own in this unrivalled gathering of shipping and marine fuel industry leaders.

Key Highlights for 2017:

* 3 Co-located Conferences

* 12+ Hours of Networking Time

* In-depth Review of Shipping Markets by Segment

* Ship Owner Positions on Emissions Compliance Scenarios

* Pricing Differentials and Availability across Different Fuels

* Technology and Analytics in Fuel Management and Emissions MRV

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Qatar's Bunkering Move Short of Displaced Fujairah Demand?

The move to launch ship-to-ship fuel bunkering at Qatari ports may not be sufficient to fulfill the marine fuel oil ...

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Irish Shipping Volumes Off to a Good Start

Shipping and port activity in Ireland rose by 7% in the first quarter of 2017 when compared to the corresponding ...

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Expanded Panama Canal Tops Expectations

On its way to further position Panama as the logistics hub of the Americas, the Expanded Panama Canal has set a ...

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PPA's New Floating Dock to Start Ops in November

Piraeus Port Authority (PPA) informed that its new floating dock for ships with carrying capacity of 80,000 tons is ...

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Diana Secures Work for Panamax

Greek owner of dry bulk vessels Diana Shipping informed it has entered into a time charter contract with Phaethon ...

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Spain: Workers Suspend Strikes as Companies Quit Anesco

The Spanish stevedoring unions have decided to shelve their strike plans for the rest of this month as a sign of ...

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Vard Lays Keel for Hapag-Lloyd Cruises' 1st Expedition Ship

The keel has been laid for Hanseatic Nature, the first of two expedition new-builds owned by Hapag-Lloyd Cruises ...

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Military Rescues Seafarer of Royal 16 Kidnapped in November

Philippine government troops have rescued one crew member of the Vietnam-flagged bulk carrier Royal 16 who was held ...

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Carnival's 2nd Quarter Adjusted Earnings Beat Expectations

Cruise liner giant Carnival Corporation & plc announced adjusted net income for the second quarter of 2017 ...

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Maersk Line Unaffected by Rickmers Insolvency

Danish container shipping major Maersk Line said that it doesn’t expect any impact of Rickmers Holding’s ...

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Industry Bodies Unite to Tackle Shipping's CO2 Emissions

Four major international trade associations have made a joint proposal to the UN International Maritime ...

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UK’s Dependence on Shipping to Grow amid Brexit Talks

The UK’s attention is switching to the future role of its ports, harbours and seafarers, which is expected to ...

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