Shipping Industry’s Morale Suffers Sharp Decline

Shipping Industry's Morale on Sharp Decline

The morale in the shipping industry has fallen to the lowest level in the past six years, according to the Way ...

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Mombasa Port Fires Strike Leaders

Mombasa Port Fires Strike Leaders

Twenty-seven workers of the Mombasa port were fired on Saturday as they are believed to had organized a crippling ...

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Indian Builders Asked to Take Stake in Gail’s LNG Ships

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India’s gas utility company Gail has asked local shipbuilders bidding for the country’s LNG carriers to ...

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World's Largest PCTC Enters Service

World's Largest Pure Car and Truck Carrier Enters Service

Höegh Autoliners took delivery of Höegh Target, the world’s largest Pure Car and Truck Carrier (PCTC) ...

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Freighter Aground and Taking On Water off Vietnam

Freighter Aground and Taking On Water off Vietnam

A Vietnam-flagged general cargo ship carrying 3,000 tons of rice lost control due to strong winds and ran aground ...

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Argentinian Ports under Strike Threat

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Argentinian ports may be faced with a ten-day strike should negotiations on salary hike between the country’s ...

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Unipec Leads the Dirty Pack

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China International United Petroleum & Chemicals (Unipec) has remained in the lead in the overall ranking of ...

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IPO Brings Saigon Port USD 19 Million

IPO Debut Brings Saigon Port USD 19 Million

Vietnam’s Saigon Port Company Limited sold 35.71 million shares through its initial public offering (IPO) at ...

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RoRo Ship Sinks off Egypt, 37 Rescued

RoRo Ship Sinks off Egypt, 37 Rescued

Some 37 people were rescued from a sinking RoRo ship near Egypt’s Safaga Port, located on the coast of the ...

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Protesters Hit the Streets in Devonport

Supporters Hit the Streets in Support of Alexander Spirit Crew1

Hundreds of unionists and supporters hit the streets of Devonport today in solidarity with the 36 crew members of ...

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Cruise Ship Stranded in Boston Harbor Resumes Voyage

Cruise Ship Stranded in Boston Harbor Resumes Voyage

A cruise ship that had been stranded in Boston Harbor since July 4th due to engine failure left the US port on ...

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Less Capacity on Westbound Med-Asia Trade to Improve Rates

Less Capacity on Westbound Med-Asia Trade to Improve Rates

After four months of relentless falls in the headhaul spot rates, carriers are now being forced to reduce capacity ...

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Second Nor Lines LNG Cargo Ship Leaves China

Second Nor Lines LNG Cargo Ship Leaves China

The 5,000 dwt short sea cargo ship MS Kvitnos has left China and is on its way to Norway, joining its sister ship ...

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Drydocks World Completes World’s Largest Turret

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Dubai’s maritime engineering business Drydocks World celebrated today the sail-away of the world’s largest ...

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Readers’ Picks of the Week (Jun 29 – Jul 3)

Readers Picks

Samsung Heavy Lands USD 4.7 Billion FLNG Order from Shell South Korea’s Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI) has won a ...

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Grimaldi Orders Three More PCTCs in China

Grimaldi Orders Three More PCTCs in China

Italian shipowner Grimaldi Group has signed an USD 165 million agreement for the construction of three Pure Car ...

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Scottish Ferry Workers in Double Strike Action

Scottish Ferry Workers in Double Strike Action

The UK shipping union RMT confirmed that unionised workers of Scotland’s Caledonian MacBrayne (CalMac) and ...

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Marintec South America

Marintec – South American Maritime Exhibition for Shipbuilding, Platform and Maintenance

As part of the UBM/Seatrade portfolio, Marintec South America is a trade-show for anyone who wants to stay ahead in the maritime market.

Why visit?

  • Be inspired by thousands of products and services on show
  • Find out what´s new in the market by chatting to suppliers and peers
  • Come away with genuine solutions, exciting ideas, and a fresh outlook
  • Pick up new ideas from the experts of industry through our seminar sessions and technical presentation

Why Exhibit in Rio de Janeiro/ Brazil?

  • Rio de Janeiro is the headquarter of Petrobras and its mains shipyards / ship owners
  • Rio de Janeiro is an international reference center for training of professionals for the offshore oil and gas industry
  • Brazil produces over 2 million barrels of oil per day and the offshore production will double this by 2020
  • The Brazilian shipbuilding industry has been grown 19,5% per year since 2000
  • Investments in the industry should exceed BRL 200 billion before 2020
  • The oil and gas industry reached about 12% of the total Brazilian GDP and may reach 20% by 2020
  • The offshore exploration will move R$ 3.7 trillion over the next 30 years and will generate 87 million jobs
  • Petrobras’ total pre-salt needs estimate: 97 platforms, 510 support vessels and 140 oil tankers

Read more about the conference here.

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3rd Annual LNG Bunkering 2015 Conference

IBC’s ‘LNG Bunkering Summit’ returns for the 3rd time, with a view to profile latest developments and opportunities in key trade routes globally, and particularly in Singapore.

Join your industry partners as they crack the ‘chicken and egg’ dilemma while focusing on first-mover benefits, infrastructure, supply and pricing that makes switching to LNG a viable option.

The 3rd LNG Bunkering Summit is part of a suite of events in The Bunkering Week, which incorporates 3 co located conferences and will attract over 200 top decision makers. LNG Suppliers, Traders, Ship Owners and builders will convene to address commercial, regulatory, supply-demand, price and global market issues.

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Contact Details:
Email: register@ibcasia.com.sg
Telephone: +65 6508 2401
Fax: +65 6508 2407
Mail: IBC Asia (S) PTE LTD, 111 Somerset Road, TripleOne Somerset #10-06 Singapore 238164

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7th Bunkering in Asia 2015 Conference

If Quality and Compliance challenges were not enough, oil prices have provided a further twist to industry dynamics. Further, recent developments have yet again resulted in a review of credit and counter party risk management within the value chain.

What then should the industry response be? How can we look ahead and determine strategies that have a positive impact on our business? If tapping successfully into new market segments was high priority, assessing watertight alternatives to protect your business is of equal importance.

Part of The Bunkering Week, the 7th Bunkering in Asia is back in Singapore to provide networking, expert viewpoints, and commercial opinions that matter.

More info

Contact Details:
Email: register@ibcasia.com.sg
Telephone: +65 6508 2401
Fax: +65 6508 2407
Mail: IBC Asia (S) PTE LTD, 111 Somerset Road, TripleOne Somerset #10-06 Singapore 238164

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Scrubber Summit Conference 2015

When reviewing the Exhaust Gas Cleaning System investment, vessel route, the amount of time spent in an ECA region and long term HFO – MGO differentials are just some of the issues ship owners’ are grappling with.

The drop in oil prices though has shifted the market economics of investments in Exhaust Gas Cleaning Systems. Long touted as a viable option for complying with low sulphur regulations, the industry is now actively evaluating HFO – Scrubber economics, and taking decisions to embraced scrubber technology.

The Scrubber Summit is your platform to raise questions and get commercial and technical solutions from technology experts and ship owners. It is part of a suite of events in The Bunkering Week, which incorporates 3 co located conferences and will attract over 200 top decision makers.

More info

Contact Details:
Email: register@ibcasia.com.sg
Telephone: +65 6508 2401
Fax: +65 6508 2407
Mail: IBC Asia (S) PTE LTD, 111 Somerset Road, TripleOne Somerset #10-06 Singapore 238164

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ICBC Leasing Pens USD 1.1bn Deal with Jaccar and Seatrade

ICBC Leasing Pens USD 1.1bn Deal with Jaccar and Seatrade

ICBC Leasing, a unit of Industrial & Commercial Bank of China Ltd., has signed loan deals with Belgian reefer ...

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MSC Opera Finds New Home in Cuba

MSC Opera

Cruise line company MSC Cruises announced today that, starting in December 2015, its 2,120-guest MSC Opera will ...

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Rolls-Royce Spearheads Study into Autonomous Ships

Rolls-Royce Spearheads Study into Autonomous Ships

Rolls-Royce is to lead the new EUR 6.6 million Advanced Autonomous Waterborne Applications Initiative to produce ...

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Kim Nirvana Total Death Toll 45, One More Rescued

Kim Nirvana Death Toll Rises to 40, 6 Still Missing

Search and rescue crews have recovered nine more bodies from a ferry that capsized some 200 meters off the Port of ...

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Stena RoRo Charters Three Godby Sisters

Stena RoRo Charters Three Godby Sisters

Sweden’s Stena RoRo has reached an agreement with the Finnish shipping company Godby Shipping to long-term ...

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2015 on Track to Break Record in Dry Bulk Scrapping?

2015 on Track to Break Record in Dry Bulk Scrapping

The 2015 appears to be running on a path toward becoming another record year in the dry bulk demolition activity. ...

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Pilbara Ports in Clover

Pilbara Ports in Clover

Australia’s Pilbara Ports Authority (PPA) has delivered a record annual throughput of 619.8 million tonnes ...

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Engie’s LNG Heading to Beijing this Winter

Engie LNG to Keep Beijing Warm and Running this Winter

French energy distribution company Engie (formerly GDF Suez) and Beijing Enterprise Group (BEG) have used the ...

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China Allows Valemaxes into Its Ports

China Allows Valemaxes into Its Ports

China’s Ministry of Transport and the National Development and Reform Commission issued a notice on Thursday, ...

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