Sustainability in the heavy lifting industry

Cost efficiency and sustainability, two topics that are frequently discussed in the offshore and maritime industry. There are many developments and innovations going on in this area.

Saga Cruises Returns to Meyer Werft for One More

 Saga Cruises has confirmed plans to extend its fleet with a second new cruise ship, the Spirit of Adventure, which ...

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Vessel Harrier Still under Arrest in Norway

The 1989-built barge carrier Harrier is still under arrest in Norway after its owners failed to illegally set sail ...

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Breaking: MSC Confirms Order for 22,000 TEU Megaships

Swiss-based Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC) has opted for South Korean shipbuilder Daewoo Shipbuilding and ...

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Spotted: 1st Module of AIDAnova Completed

A module of AIDA Cruises’ new ship, AIDAnova, was floated out at Meyer Werft’s shipyard Neptun Werft in ...

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Second 11,000 TEU SAVER Ship Joins Seaspan's Fleet

Hong Kong-based ship owner and manager Seaspan Corporation has taken delivery of an 11,000 TEU containership, the ...

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Brokers: Vale Tied to Up to 30 New Valemaxes

Brazilian miner Vale has been linked to a time charter deal for up to 30 Valemax newbuilds contracted from seven ...

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CMA CGM Confirms CSSC Yards for 22,000 TEU Giants

French shipping firm CMA CGM and CSSC Group have officially signed the contract for the construction of nine 22,000 ...

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More Troubles for DSME’s Orderbook?

South Korea’s Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering (DSME) said on Monday that its Memorandum of ...

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Spotted: Ailsa's Hull Hits the Water

The floating storage and offloading (FSO) unit Ailsa undocked last week in Singapore, marking the first time the ...

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Lingering Effect of Industry Slump on Korea's Shipbuilders

South Korean big three shipbuilders Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI), Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI) and Daewoo ...

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DP World Buying Drydocks World, DMC

DP World will be splashing USD 405 million for the acquisition of Dubai’s ship repair business Drydocks World ...

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Sembcorp Marine Pens LoI for SeaOne's CGL Carriers

Singapore-based Sembcorp Marine and SeaOne Caribbean LLC (SeaOne) of Houston, Texas, have inked a letter of intent ...

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India Secures Loan to Upgrade Alang Recycling Yard

The Government of India has signed a loan agreement worth USD 76 million for a project to upgrade the environment ...

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CMA CGM Confirms Order for 22,000 TEU Giants

French container shipping major CMA CGM has confirmed the order for nine 22,000 TEU containerships while releasing ...

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Coralius Brings Its First LNG Cargo to Norway

Bunker vessel Coralius, carrying its first cargo of LNG, arrived at a terminal in Norway as part of its maiden ...

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CSIC Taking Stake in Two Subsidiaries

China Shipbuilding Industry Corporation (CSIC) is buying stakes in two of its subsidiaries, namely Dalian ...

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Japanese Lines to Order Up to 20 LNG-Powered Car Carriers?

Prompted by the upcoming environmental regulations set to enter into force in 2020, Japanese car manufacturer ...

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Clarksons: The Changing Nature of Orderbook

A substantial decline in size of the orderbook left many yards struggling to secure contracts as state-backed ...

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Construction of 1st Costa Cruises' LNG Ship Kicks Off

The steel-cutting ceremony for the first of two Costa Cruises’ ships to be powered by liquefied natural gas ...

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HHI Launches Paid Leave Scheme amid Work Shortage

South Korean shipbuilder Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) has agreed with its workers to implement a paid leave ...

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No Room for Overcapacity Fears from New ULCVs

The fresh overcapacity fears in Asia-North Europe trade, sparked by the rumored new orders for Ultra Large ...

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ABS Grants AIP for HHI FLNG Hull

Classification organization ABS has given Approval in Principle (AIP) to Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) for ...

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Silversea Cruises Orders USD 372 Mn Ship from Fincantieri

 Silversea Cruises has entrusted Italian shipbuilder Fincantieri for the construction of a new ultra-luxury cruise ...

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Five Dead, One Injured in Fire at ASL Marine's Batam Yard

Five people died and one person was injured in a fire which broke out at ASL Marine Holdings’ shipyard in ...

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Korea, Russia Look to Cash In from Northern Sea Route

Russia and Korea are working to bolster their maritime ties, especially as they eye the benefits of shipping ...

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Fincantieri Cuts Steel for New Princess Cruises' Ship

Italian shipbuilder Fincantieri held the steel cutting of the new ship for Princess Cruises, brand of Carnival ...

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