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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NIMASA Chief: Nigeria Needs Maritime Transport Policy

Nigeria is in dire need of a maritime transport policy which will complement the existing national transport policy ...

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AET's New LNG-Fueled Tankers to Work for Statoil

Tanker owner and operator AET, a part of MISC Berhad, has confirmed an order for two shuttle tankers, which will be ...

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South Africa Rejects Japanese Trio's Merger Deal

The South African Competition Commission has decided to block the proposed merger between Japan’s big three ...

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MSC Buys Remaining Stake in Brazil's Portonave

Swiss container shipping giant Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC) has taken full control at Brazil’s ...

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Port of Felixstowe Welcomes World's Largest Boxship

The 21,413 TEU OOCL Hong Kong made its maiden call at Hutchison Ports’ Port of Felixstowe on June 21. The ...

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Sweden Inaugurates Expanded Port of Kapellskäras

Sweden has completed a three-year refurbishment and expansion project at the country’s port of Kapellskäras ...

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SCPA Approves Largest Capital Plan to Date

The South Carolina Ports Authority (SCPA) board of directors adopted a 2018 fiscal year financial plan that ...

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USCG Issues Updated BWMS Approval to Sunrui

The United States Coast Guard (USCG) Marine Safety Center has issued an updated type approval certificate to ...

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IMO: Integrated Approach to Maritime Sector Needed for SD

Economic stability and sustainable development can be driven by an integrated approach to the maritime sector, ...

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ABS Grants Approval to Chiyoda’s FLNG Power Plant Concept

Houston-based classification society ABS has granted Approval in Principle (AIP) for a floating LNG power plant and ...

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Newbuilt Panamax Added to Golden Ocean's Fleet

Nasdaq-listed dry bulk shipping company Golden Ocean Group Limited has added one more bulker, bought in March this ...

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Spotted: Caravel Visits Canaveral

Florida’s Port Canaveral welcomed Glovis Caravel, a huge roll-on/roll-off vessel, for the first time on June ...

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Effect of Trump's Cuba Policy on Shipping Limited

The impact of the reversal of policy toward Cuba announced by the US President Donald Trump is expected to be ...

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Muted Impact of Qatar Crisis on LNG Sector

The severing of diplomatic ties between Qatar and its neighbors in the Gulf has caught the market off guard, ...

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Maritime Industry Needs Better Data Sharing, Collaboration

The maritime industry and broader ocean supply chain are suffering from major and costly inefficiencies due to ...

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Golar LNG, Delfin Midstream Team Up on Delfin LNG

Delfin Midstream and Golar LNG Limited have entered into a joint development agreement for the Delfin LNG project, ...

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Norden Acquires One More MR

Danish shipping company Dampskibsselskabet Norden A/S revealed it has bought a 2010-built MR product tanker.  The ...

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VTT Develops Technology for Unmanned Ship Navigation Systems

Research and technology company VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland has been developing safe steering for the ...

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Carrier Reliability Up in May

Carriers’ overall on-time schedule reliability improved 4.7%, increasing from 58.6% in April 2017 to 63.3% in ...

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Report: Ocean Longevity Orders 3 Bulkers at Oshima, Sasebo

Hong Kong-based shipping company Ocean Longevity has been tied to the order of three Panamax bulk carriers at two ...

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Australia Looks Into Maritime Security Gaps

Australia is focusing on the dangerous gaps in its maritime security, brought about by the Sage Sagittarius ...

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OOIL Denies Reports on OOCL Sale Talks

Orient Overseas International Ltd (OOIL) has refuted media reports which inform that the company is involved in ...

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Port of Tauranga Marks Million-Container Milestone

Port of Tauranga set a new container throughput record of more than one million TEUs processed in a year – a first ...

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Capacity Cuts Crucial in Container Shipping Recovery

Despite a modest increase in freight rates seen in 2017, a sustainable recovery in the container shipping market ...

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