NYK Denies Tanker Leak Claims

NYK Denies Tanker Leak Claims

Japanese shipping company NYK Line refuted recent reports saying that one of the tankers operated by the company ...

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YM Express Joins Yang Ming’s Fleet

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Taiwanese shipping company Yang Ming Marine Transport Corporation has taken delivery of  YM Express, a 4,662 TEU ...

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BP, Sinopec Form Marine Fuel Joint Venture

BP, Sinopec Team Up on Marine Fuel Joint Venture

Oil major British Petroleum has teamed up with China’s Sinopec Fuel Oil in a joint venture that would focus ...

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Puget Sound Ports Steady

Puget Sound Ports Steady

Container volumes at the US West Coast Ports of Seattle and Tacoma stabilized in April, growing 1 percent year to ...

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Pelindo I Starts Port and Terminal Development Projects

Pelindo I Starts Port and Terminal Development Projects

Indonesia’s state-owned port operator PT Pelabuhan Indonesia I (Pelindo I) plans to spend Rb 18 trillion (USD ...

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Port of Hamburg’s Seaborne Cargo Volumes Flat

Port of Hamburg's Seaborne Cargo Volumes Flat

Germany’s Port of Hamburg handled 35.6 million tons of various seaborne cargo in the first quarter of 2015, ...

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ICS Dismayed by US Stance on Ballast Water Regime

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The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) voiced its fears that the unilateral stance taken at last week’s ...

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Imports Boost April Container Volumes at Port of Long Beach

Imports Boost April Container Volumes at Port of Long Beach

Container cargo flow through Southern California’s Port of Long Beach increased 7.9 percent in April compared ...

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CMA CGM Quadruples Quarterly Net Profit

CMA CGM Quadruples Quarterly Net Profit

French CMA CGM, the world’s third largest container line, recorded a 419 percent increase in net profit and a ...

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Port of Savannah April Container Volumes Jump 25.8 Percent

Port of Savannah's April Container Volumes Jump 25.8%

The US Port of Savannah container volumes increased by 25.8 percent in April, with a total volume of 335,337 ...

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Maran Orders Two Tankers at DSME

Maran Orders Two Tankers at DSME

South Korean shipbuilding giant Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering Co (DSME) has won an order from ...

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Eco-Conscious China Keeps Dry Bulk Market Down

Eco-Conscious China Keeps Dry Bulk Market Down

The dry bulk shipping market is not expected to return to profitability until 2017, despite a modest recovery in ...

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MOL Joins 2M on Asia-ECSA Trade

MOL Joins 2M on Asia-ECSA Trade

Two of the world’s largest container carriers – Denmark’s Maersk Line and Swiss-based ...

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STX Offshore to Build Up to Eight LR1 Tankers

STX Offshore to Build Up to Eight LR1 Tankers

STX Offshore & Shipbuilding has secured an order for construction of up to eight Long Range Product Carriers ...

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Asia: Migrants Stuck in Never-Ending Ordeal at Sea

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Around 8,000 migrants are believed to be stuck at sea off the coasts of Thailand, Indonesia and Malaysia waiting ...

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MSC and Alfa Laval Go Exclusive

MSC and Alfa Laval Go Exclusive

The second largest container line, the Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC), has chosen Swedish engineering company ...

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Singapore Asks Iran to Investigate Alpine Eternity Incident

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The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) has requested the Iranian maritime authorities to investigate ...

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BP Lays Off Australian Tanker Crew

BP Lays Off Australian Tanker Crew

Maritime workers outside BP’s Melbourne office staged a protest against the oil giant’s decision to lay ...

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ASOC: New Polar Code Doesn't Protect Antarctic Waters

New Polar Code Does Not Protect Antarctic Waters

The Antarctic and Southern Ocean Coalition said it was disappointed over the lack of any significant new provisions ...

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IMO Adopts Polar Code Environmental Provisions

IMO Adopts Polar Code Environmental Provisions

The International Maritime Organization (IMO) has adopted the environmental part of the International Code for ...

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TGE Marine Signs Off on Three Gas Carriers

TGE Marine Signs Off on Three Gas Carriers

German EPCS (Engineering, Procurement and Construction Supervision) solution provider TGE Marine Gas Engineering ...

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US Coast Guard Detains Faulty Bulker in Astoria

US Coast Guard Detains Faulty Bulker in Astoria

The US Coast Guard detained the Panamanian-flagged bulk carrier Ikan Sudip, after significant environmental and ...

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Pirates Steal Fuel from Malaysian-Flagged Tanker

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Malaysian-flagged product tanker Oriental Glory was hijacked by a group of 30 pirates on Friday, May 15th off ...

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Iranian Yemen-Bound Aid Ship Enters Gulf of Aden

Iranian Yemen-Bound Aid Ship Enters Gulf of Aden

Iranian cargo ship Iran Shahed bound for Yemen has entered into the waters of the Gulf of Aden, according to ...

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Transatlantic Trade Buoyant on Westbound Growth

Transatlantic Buoyant on Westbound Trade Growth

For years the sleeping dog of container trades, the Transatlantic is now waking up as strong westbound traffic is ...

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Readers’ Picks of the Week (10-14 of May)

Readers’-Picks

Why Containers Get Lost at Sea? Containerization has reformed the ocean transportation of cargo becoming the ...

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Dynagas Eyes Five More LNG Tankers

Dynagas LNG Partners Eyes Five More LNG Tankers

Dynagas LNG Partners is looking into the opportunity of acquiring five LNG carriers currently owned by the ...

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