Wärtsilä to Power World’s First High Speed RoPax ...

Wärtsilä to Power World's First High Speed RoPax LNG Ferry

The first Swedish-flagged LNG powered passenger vessel,and the first LNG fuelled high speed RoPax ferry in the ...

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US West Coast Congestion Downgrades Carrier Reliability

Drewry US West Coast Congestion Downgrades Carrier Reliability

Congestion issues at US west coast ports contributed to lower on-time containership reliability in November, ...

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Ex China Shipping Development Manager Gets 6 Years in Prison

Ex China Shipping Development Manager Gets 6 Years in Prison

Shanghai No.1 Intermediate People’s Court found Mao Shijia, former general manager of China Shipping Tanker ...

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Aframax Dirty Rates May Sway Clean Operators to Change Ranks

Aframax Dirty Rates May Sway Clean Operators to Change Ranks

With the earnings for an Aframax trading crude from the Arabian Gulf to South East Asia at USD 33,400/day for a ...

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Pilbara Ports Authority Freezes Prices

Pilbara Ports Authority Freezes Prices

Australia’s Pilbara Ports Authority (PPA) Board has taken a decision to hold prices at current levels for the ...

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Papua New Guinea Finishes Lae Port Phase I Upgrade

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The first phase of an upgrade of Papua New Guinea’s Lae Port, the joint project of the Government of Papua ...

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South Carolina Ports Mark Double-Digit Volume Surge

South Carolina Ports Mark Double-Digit Volume Surge

South Carolina’s ports recorded another month of double-digit growth, with volumes in November up 13 percent ...

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Nakilat Damen to Build 11 Tugs for New Doha Port

Nakilat Damen to Build 11 Tugs for New Doha Port

Nakilat Damen Shipyards Qatar (NDSQ) has signed an agreement with Qatar’s New Port Project (NPP)  to ...

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Readers’ Picks of the Week (15th – 19th Dec)

Readers’ Picks

MSC Rachele Runs Aground MSC’s containership Rachele has run aground on a sandbank in Western Scheldt ...

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APM Terminals Moin Project Gets Final Clearance

APM Terminals Moin Project Gets Final Clearance

The Secretaría Técnica Nacional Ambiental (SETENA), the official environmental agency of the government of Costa ...

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Image of the Day: RFA Fort Victoria Emerges from Makeover

Queen of the Seas

Looking resplendent riding high in No.5 Dock at Cammell Laird’s yard in Birkenhead, RFA Fort Victoria belies her 24 ...

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OW Bunker Manager Arrested in Denmark

OW Bunker Manager Arrested in Denmark

Former global manager of the bankrupt marine fuel supplier OW Bunker Lars Bohn has been arrested in Denmark. Danish ...

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Norden Seals Financing for Its USD 1Bln Fleet Renewal

Norden Seals Financing for Its USD 1Bln Fleet Renewal

Danish shipping company Norden said that it has secured three new credit facilities, worth a total of USD 187 ...

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World’s Biggest Containership Drops Anchor in Singapore

World's Biggest Containership Drops Anchor in Singapore

The world’s biggest containership CSCL Globe paid a maiden call at Pasir Panjang port, Singapore, the Strait ...

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Carnival Back for Two More at Fincantieri

Carnival Back for Two More at Fincantieri

Italian shipbuilder Fincantieri bags order to build two more for Carnival Cruise Line and Holland America Line.

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Indian Shipbreaking Workers in Dire Conditions

Alang Shipbreaking Workers

The working and living conditions at the shipbreaking yards of Alang, India, remain alarmingly poor, argues a new ...

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VIDEO: Panama Canal Gate Installation

Gate Installation Kicks Off at Panama Canal

The video above gives you a glimpse of the installation of the gates for the new locks of the Panama Canal that ...

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DP World Affected by Industrial Action at Fremantle

Industrial Action Disrupts DP World's Operation at Fremantle

The industrial action being undertaken by the Maritime Union of Australia (MUA) at the Fremantle port has severely ...

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171 Passengers Saved from Sinking Malaysian Ferry

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A total of 171 passengers have been saved from a sinking high-speed Malaysian ferry in Malacca Strait. Ferry ...

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BMT Sets Out Hong Kong Development Plan

BMT Sets Out Hong Kong Development Plan

Following an in-depth review of the containerised cargo market in Hong Kong, BMT developed a plan to enhance the ...

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Boost for Jakarta’s Terminal Capacity

Jakarta International Container Terminal

Mitsui, NYK Line, IPC, PSA teamed up on construction and operation of a new container terminal at Tanjung ...

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Nidera Invests in Port of Constanta Terminal

Port of Constanta

Dutch agribusiness and trading company Nidera has taken full ownership of the USA/USC Terminal in the port of ...

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Chief Engineer Found Guilty of Using ”Magic Hose”

Chief Engineer Found Guilty of Using ''Magic Hose''

The chief engineer from the 2000-built, 75,600 dwt bulk carrier M/V Trident Navigator was convicted by a federal ...

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Greek Owners and Operators Favor Liberian Flag

Greek Owners and Operators Favor Liberian Flag

LIiberia has become the flag of choice for Greek ship owners and operators, according to Liberian Registry. Figures ...

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Navios Puts Tanker Duo to Work

Navios Puts Tanker Duo to Work

Greek owner and operator of tanker ships Navios Maritime Acquisition Corporation has chartered out the 2014-built, ...

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Wärtsilä Gets Green Light for Its First LNG Terminal

Wärtsilä Gets Green Light for Its First LNG Terminal

Manga LNG Oy has given Wärtsilä full notice to proceed (NTP) with the supply of a liquefied natural gas (LNG) ...

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GD NASSCO Cuts Steel for 2nd APT’s Tanker

An Artist Rendering (NASSCO)

General Dynamics NASSCO has started construction of a second “ECO” tanker to be built for American ...

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