South Asia Still Preferred Dumping Ground

South Asia Still Preferred Dumping Ground

Out of a total of 1026 ships dismantled globally in 2014, 641, representing 74% of the total gross tonnage (GT) ...

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Canada Says Customs Act Applies to US West Coast Diverters

Canada Says Customs Act Applies to US West Coast Diverters

Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) has warned that as negotiations continue between the International Longshore ...

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Drewry: Post-Alliance Restructure Well-Balanced

Post-Alliance Restructure Well-Balanced

The Asia-North Europe trade post-alliance restructure is generally well-balanced in terms of geographical coverage ...

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USCG Clears Serenade of the Seas for Departure

USCG Clears Serenade of the Seas for Departure

The United States Coast Guard cleared Royal Caribbean’s cruise ship Serenade of the Seas for departure from ...

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China, Sohar Eye Investment Opportunities

Sohar Port and Freezone

Oman’s fast expanding Sohar Port and Freezone is looking East to attract investment, in particular from ...

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Abu Dhabi Ports Invests in Terminal Management Software

Abu Dhabi Ports Invests in Terminal Management Software

Abu Dhabi Ports has implemented new port management software called ‘Master Terminal’ to enhance the ...

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COSCO Swings Back to Profit

COSCO Swings Back to profit

After three years of losses, China’s shipping conglomerate China Ocean Shipping (Group) Company (COSCO) ...

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Egypt Selects Winners of Its USD 2.2 Bln LNG Tender

Winners of Egypt's USD 2.2 Bln LNG Tender Selected

Egypt has selected the winners of its USD 2.2 billion tender for delivery of 75 cargoes of liquefied natural gas ...

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India Dockers Rally Against Port Corporatisation Plans

India Dockers Rally Against Port Corporatisation Plans

More than 30,000 dockers across India staged mass protests – ‘dharana’ – in all twelve major ports as ...

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Port Saint John Sets Expansion Plan in Motion

Port Saint John Sets Expansion Plans in Motion

With the container volumes almost doubled since 2012, Canada’s Port Saint John will need a terminal upgrade ...

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Fire Breaks Out on Board Fred.Olsen’s Boudicca

Boudicca

A fire broke out in the engine room on board Fred.Olsen’s cruise ship Boudicca at around 4am on Sunday 25th ...

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Maersk Line Gets Top EU Certificate

Maersk Line Gets Top EU Certificate

Danish containerized cargo shipping company Maersk Line has been re-certified as an Authorised Economic Operator ...

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Readers’ Picks of the Week (18-22 of Jan)

Readers’ Picks

VIDEO: Fincantieri Starts Building Seven Seas Explorer Italian shipbuilder Fincantieri has laid keel for the Seven ...

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Update 2: Magellan Spirit Refloated

Magellan Spirit's Cargo Transfer Begins Today

The ship-to-ship cargo transfer between Teekay’s grounded LNG carrier Magellan Spirit and LNG tanker ...

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Knightsbridge Eyes Merger Transaction

Knightsbridge Eyes Merger IPO Transaction

Dry bulk shipping company Knightsbridge Shipping Limited has filed a registration statement to issue USD 506.9 ...

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DCT Gdansk Kicks Off Construction of Deepwater Berth

DCT Gdansk Kicks Off Construction of Deepwater Berth

DCT Gdansk, the operator of Poland’s largest container terminal, officially started the construction phase of a new ...

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VIDEO: Hoegh Osaka Towed to Southampton

Hoegh Osaka Towed to Southampton

Grounded car carrier Hoegh Osaka, loaded with millions of dollars worth of cars, has been towed to the Port of ...

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EU Court Drops Sanctions against Iran's Shipping Firms

EU Court Drops Sanctions against Iran Shipping Firm

The EU General Court has annulled the EU sanctions against an Iranian bank and 40 shipping companies whose assets ...

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Bocimar Ends Year on a Downer

Bocimar Ends Year on a Downer

Belgian dry cargo shipping specialist Bocimar has reported a USD 45.5 million operating loss for the annual period ...

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Xiamen Bags First LNG Carrier Order

Xiamen Bags First LNG Order

Chinese shipbuilder Xiamen Shipbuilding Industry has secured its first LNG Carrier order from Landmark Corporate ...

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Cruiseship Scrapes Hoegh Gallant

Cruiseship Scrapes Hoegh Gallant

A cruise ship has scratched Hoegh LNG’s FSRU, the Höegh Gallant, at a Hudong-Zhonghua Shipbuilding’s ...

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COSCO Zhoushan Delivers Two Bulkers

COSCO Zhoushan Delivers Two Bulkers

COSCO Zhoushan Shipyard said that it has delivered two newbuild 64,000 DWT bulk carriers to their customers. Bulk ...

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ZIM Ditches Far East-North Europe Service

ZIM Ditches Far East-North Europe Service

Israeli container shipping company ZIM has stopped its occasional, approximately monthly, sailings between North ...

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Another Car Carrier Gets Stuck at Southampton Docks

G Poseidon

Another car carrier has been left stranded in Southampton water for a week after it got stuck at Southampton docks, ...

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Shreyas First Indian Shipper to Link Major Domestic Ports

Shreyas First Domestic Shipper to Link Major India's Ports

Mumbai based shipping and logistics provider Shreyas Shipping and Logistics Limited, part of global conglomerate ...

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UKHO Upgrades Brazil Charts

UKHO Upgrades Brazil Charts

The United Kingdom Hydrographic Office (UKHO) has produced new and updated charts and Port Approach Guides for ...

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Southern Texas Ports Resume Operations

Port of Houston

The Southern Texas ports of Houston, Galveston and Freeport that shut down their operations due to dense fog on ...

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