VIDEO: Britannia Joins P&O Cruises Fleet

Britannia Joins P&O Cruises Fleet

Italian shipbuilder Fincantieri handed over Britannia, the new flagship of the P&O Cruises fleet, brand of ...

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K. Damen Wins Industry Leader of the Year Award

Mr. Kommer Damen, Chair of Damen Shipyards Group

Chairman of Damen Shipyards Group, Mr. Kommer Damen, received the award for Industry Leader of the year at the ...

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Readers’ Picks of the Week (16-20 of Feb)

Readers’ Picks

VIDEO: Freighter Sinks in the Black Sea St. Kitts and Nevis-flagged general cargo ship Fort Azov sank yesterday in ...

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USA: PMA, ILWU Agree on New Contract

ilwu, pma agree on new contract

The Pacific Maritime Association (PMA) and the International Longshore and Warehouse Union (ILWU) have reached a ...

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Gallery: Marjorie C Step Away from Delivery

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Honolulu-based Pasha Hawaii’s M/V Marjorie C attained main engine light off on February 18, while under final ...

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Korean Yards Reclaim Lead

Korean Yards Reclaim Lead

Korean yards have reclaimed the first place in global ship deliveries from their Chinese counterparts as they ...

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US Labor Secretary Turns Up the Heat

US Labor Secretary Turns Up the Heat

The US Labor Secretary Tom Perez told the two sides negotiating a new contract for dockworkers at the US West Coast ...

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Leixões-Rotterdam Ro-Ro Service on Upswing

Leixões-Rotterdam Ro-Ro Service on the Rise

In 2014, one of Portugal’s major seaports, the Port of Leixões handled 404,650 tonnes of ro-ro cargo, over ...

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Bore Closes Dutch Office

Bore Closes Dutch Office

The Finnish shipping company Bore has decided to close its shore office in Amsterdam and lay off 24 Dutch ...

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Scotland Calls for Emergency Towing Project Extension

Emergency Towing Vehicle

Emergency Towing Vehicle provision should be reviewed immediately and extended beyond March 2016, Richard Lochhead, ...

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Mariveles Dry Bulk Terminal Taking Shape

Mariveles Dry Bulk Terminal Taking Shape

Seasia Nectar Port Services Inc. (SNPSI), a joint venture between the UK’s Nectar Group and Seasia Logistic ...

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Baleària Orders Spain’s First Pure-Gas Marine Engine

Baleària Orders Spain's First Pure-Gas Marine Engine

Rolls-Royce has signed a collaboration agreement with Spanish energy company Gas Natural Fenosa to develop and ...

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Image of the Day: CSL Boxship Connects Adriatic to Far East

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The image shows the giant containership Xin Qin Huang Dao, owned by CSL, being towed to the Vecon container ...

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Lysblink Seaways Refloats

Lysblink Seaways

The grounded vessel Lysblink Seaways self-floated from the foreshore at Kilchoan shortly before 9 pm on Thursday 19 ...

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Gazprom Starts First Yamal Oil Winter Shipment

Gazprom Starts First Winter Yamal Oil Shipment

Russia’s Gazprom Neft has made its first ever winter shipment of oil from the Novy Port (Novoportovskoye) ...

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Eitzen Calls for Bermuda Move

Eitzen Calls for Bermuda Move

Eitzen Chemical ASA sent out a letter to its shareholders with a recommendation from the Board to accept the ...

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VIDEO: Panama Canal Expansion Explained

Panama Canal Expansion

The video above gives you an update on the current stage of the Panama Canal Expansion Program aimed at creating a ...

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CMA CGM Reinforces Presence in Cameroon

CMA CGM Reinforces Presence in Cameroon

The CMA CGM inaugurated its new logistics platform, the Cameroon Container Terminal (3CTC Terminal), on February ...

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Oakland Port Operations Grind to a Halt

Port of Oakland

Port of Oakland marine terminal operations halted on Thursday as longshore workers took the day off for a union ...

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Australian Ports Weathering Out Cyclone Marcia

Queensland Ports Close ahead of Cyclone Marcia

Australia’s ports of Gladstone, Bundaberg and Port Alma have been closed since Thursday ahead of the Category 2 ...

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New Collective Agreement for Ports Auckland Workers

Ports Auckland, Workers Pen Collective Agreement

Members of the Maritime Union of New Zealand (MUNZ) ratified a new collective agreement with officials at the Ports ...

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Infographic: Recycling Scheme for Special Lashing Belts

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A new recycling scheme for special lashing belts used in car carriers was established today by Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, ...

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Egypt Setting Up Police Force to Protect Suez

Egypt Setting Up Police Force to Protect Suez

A new police department tasked with protection of the Suez Canal is being set up in Egypt amid growing threats to ...

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BP Fails to Reduce Maximum Deepwater Horizon Fine

BP Fails to Reduce Maximum Deepwater Horizon Fine

The New Orleans District Judge Carl Barbier has ruled against BP’s appeal to lower the USD 13.7 billion ...

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LNG Shipping Rates Sliding

LNG Shipping Rates Sliding

The shipping rates to transport Liquefied Natural Gas have fallen to around USD 50,000 a day, the lowest in over ...

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SGMF Issues First LNG Bunkering Safety Guidelines

SGMF Issues First LNG Bunkering Safety Guidelines

The Society for Gas as a Marine Fuel (SGMF) has released its first edition of the LNG Bunkering – Safety ...

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ClassNK to Look Into 20,000 TEU Boxship Steel Safety

ClassNK to Look Into 20,000 TEU Boxship Steel Safety

Japan’s classification society ClassNK is launching a joint research project to develop technical standards ...

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