Number of Ferry Deaths in Southeast Asia Unacceptable

Sewol

The number of ferry deaths in Southeast Asia recorded over the recent period is unacceptable in the 21st century, ...

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MSC Cruises Drops Calls in Ukraine and Egypt

MSC Sinfonia

MSC Cruises cruise line has decided to suspended remaining 2015 calls in Ukraine and Egypt, replacing them with a ...

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MISC Refutes AET Sale Speculations

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Malaysia-based MISC Berhad has dismissed claims that have emerged recently on the sale of its  wholly owned ...

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EU Mediterranean Crisis Summit Falls Short

Italian navy rescue asylum seekers

Commenting on the European Council’s decision on migrant rescue operation in the Mediterranean, the merchant ...

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MUA to Stage Strikes at Botany Bay Ports

Port Botany

The Maritime Union of Australia (MUA) has given notice of protected industrial action by its members working on ...

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Cecon Heading for Bankruptcy

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Oslo-listed subsea contractor Cecon ASA has requested from a Norwegian court to declare it bankrupt having failed ...

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Slight Dip in OOCL’s Total Volumes

Slight Dip in OOCL's Total Volumes

Hong Kong-based Orient Overseas Container Line (OOCL) recorded lower total volumes in the first quarter of 2015, ...

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Shippers Skeptical about Shipping Alliances’ Benefits

Shippers Skeptical about Shipping Alliances'Benefits

Emergence of major shipping alliances has not convinced major shippers of the benefits they promised to bring. ...

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Bocimar Sinks Deeper in Red

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Dry cargo shipping specialist of Belgian-based CMB, Bocimar, posted USD 41.2 million loss in the first quarter of ...

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ReCAAP: Piracy Activity in SOMS on the Rise

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The number of incidents in the Straits of Malacca and Singapore (SOMS) during the 1st Quarter of 2015 has doubled ...

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Video: Sunken Russian Trawler Leaking Oil

Sunken Russian Trawler Leaking Oil

Three leaks have been detected during an inspection of the Russian trawler Oleg Naydenov that sank on April ...

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New Chairman Takes Helm at Norden

Klaus Nyborg

A new chairman has taken the helm of the Danish shipping company Dampskibsselskabet Norden A/S. Namely, at the ...

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MARAD Bankrolls LNG Conversion Projects

MARAD Backs LNG Conversion Projects

The U.S. Maritime Administration (MARAD) has announced that USD 900,000 in federal funding is available to support ...

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EU to Triple Funding for Mediterranean Crisis

EU to Triple Funding for Mediterranean Crisis

Responding to the ongoing pressure from the maritime industry, the European Union has committed to triple the ...

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Gallery: Queen Victoria Squeezing through Panama Canal

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Queen Victoria, a cruise ship operated by the Cunard Line cruise shipping company, was photographed during her ...

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Image of the Day: Polarsyssel Comes Back for the Helideck

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Having finished this winter’s assignments, “Polarsyssel” has returned to Leirvik for installation of ...

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Navios Scoops 14 More Resales from HSH Nordbank

Navios Scoops 14 More Resales from HSH Nordbank

Navios Maritime Holdings, Navios Maritime Acquisition Corporation and Navios Maritime Partners have through their ...

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L.A, Long Beach Host Talks on Supply Chain Improvements

Port of Long Beach

The impact of massive ships and major liner alliances on port operations and steps aimed at addressing that impact ...

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Hamburg Süd Hampered by Weak South American Markets

Hamburg Süd Hampered by Weak South American Markets

German container line Hamburg Süd described its 2.3 increase in cargo volumes in 2014 as ”modest,” ...

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Shipping Industry Calls EU to Expand Migrant Rescue Efforts

Shipping Industry Calls for Expanded Rescue Efforts in the Med

The German Shipowners’ Association (VDR) has called upon the federal government and the EU heads of state and ...

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North Carolina State Ports Dodge Congestion

North Carolina State Ports Dodge Congestion

The North Carolina State Ports Authority posted a 20 percent container volume increase in the third quarter of its ...

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Panic Buttons on Board Ships Can Help Curb Pirate Attacks

Panic Buttons on Board Ships Can Help Curb Pirate Attacks

Installation of panic buttons on board vessels transiting piracy-infested Malacca Strait and neighboring waters ...

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Time to Adapt to New Emission Caps Fast Running Out

Time to Adapt to New Emission Caps Fast Running Out

Lloyd’s Register has issued new emissions guidelines and updated technical information to help operators in ...

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MOL Orders Next-Generation Car Carrier Quartet

M.V. Courageous Ace

Japanese-shipping company Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd. has signed a contract with compatriot shipyard Minaminippon ...

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ESC to Put Container Shipping Alliances Under Scrutiny

ESC to Put Container Shipping Alliances Under Scrutiny

The European Shippers’ Council has revealed plans to start a global review of the container liner shipping market ...

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Pasha Group's Acquisition of Horizon's Hawaii Business Ok'd

Pasha Group Gets Green Light to Acquire Horizon's Hawaii Business

The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) has cleared the Pasha Group’s acquisition of the Hawaii trade-lane business of ...

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India Okays Shipping Agreement with Jordan

Jawaharlal Nehru Port

India’s government has approved the signing of a shipping agreement with Jordan to strengthen the cooperation ...

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