Impact of Paradise Papers on Shipping Industry

Clyde & Co provides main takeaways from the Paradise Papers on the shipping industry

Cargotec Gets Kalmar Cranes Order for Ports in West Africa

Cargotec has received a breakthrough order for ship-to-shore cranes from the Bollore group of France, through its ...

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German Navy’s Fleet Tankers Unable to Supply Warships

  The German navy’s fleet tankers, which are crewed by civilian sailors, are unable to supply its warships ...

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Leading Shipmanagement Companies Call for More ...

  The heads of two leading shipmanagement companies are calling for more co-ordinated action among all ...

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Saudi Arabia Gives Boost to IMO Djibouti Code Trust ...

  Saudi Arabia has made a significant contribution to the IMO Djibouti Code Trust Fund, giving a welcome boost ...

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Switzerland: UNCTAD Expert Meeting Scheduled for September 29

Ports are likely to be affected directly and indirectly by climate changes, such as rising sea levels, extreme ...

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Burundi: WGP Secures Contract to Convert Tanganyika ...

  After an extensive feasibility study, WGP Exploration Limited has been awarded a contract by Surestream ...

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German Frigate FGS BAYERN Protects Food Aid to Somalia

  The German frigate FGS BAYERN, part of the Operation ATALANTA counter-piracy mission off the Horn of Africa, ...

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Somali Pirates Release Mongolian-flagged Bulk Carrier

  Somali pirates have released a Mongolian-flagged bulk carrier they seized off the coast of Oman in January ...

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UK: IMO Approves Further Interim Guidance on Privately ...

Further interim guidance on the use of privately contracted armed security personnel (PCASP) on board ships to ...

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UK: InterManager Calls for Free Choice in Deploying ...

  InterManager members have called for more proactive methods to be developed in the protection of ships ...

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Russia: Navy Continues Rotation of Anti-Piracy Forces

Russian Navy’s task unit conducting anti-piracy and convoy-escorting activities in the Gulf of Aden and off the ...

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Oil Tanker ‘Newlead Avra’ Leaves Libya ...

The oil tanker Newlead Avra, which had been traveling to the port of Mellitah in western Libya, failed to load a ...

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International Economy Loses USD 12 Billion Annually Due ...

The international economy suffers losses amounting to 12 billion US dollars annually due to piracy at sea, an ...

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Russian Warship Severomorsk Ends Anti-Piracy Mission in ...

A Russian task force from the Northern Fleet led by the destroyer Severomorsk has concluded its anti-piracy mission ...

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ASW Ship Severomorsk Releases Greek Tanker from Pirates

Marines from large ASW ship Severomorsk released Greek tanker United Emblem captured by pirates on Sept 10, told ...

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International Chamber of Shipping Urges Shipowners to ...

The Board of Directors of the International Chamber of Shipping (ICS), whose member national shipowners’ ...

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Oil Tanker ‘Newlead Avra’ Waits off Libya ...

An oil tanker is waiting off Libya for loading instructions, the owner of the vessel said on Tuesday… ...

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Wood Mackenzie Says Speculative LNG Tanker Orders Face ...

Energy research consultancy Wood Mackenzie Tuesday warned about the possibility of a declining freight market with ...

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Nordana Reintroduces Regular Shipping Service into Libya

Nordana was operating the only regular direct RoRo service from the US Gulf and East Coast into Libya until the ...

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Damen Schelde Naval Shipbuilding Delivers SIGMA Class ...

  After successful seatrials and finishing of outfitting details, SIGMA Class Frigate Tarik ben Ziyad, built ...

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IMO Secretary-General Expresses Sadness for Loss of ...

The Secretary-General of the International Maritime Organization (IMO), Efthimios E. Mitropoulos, has expressed his ...

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Tanzania Ferry Disaster Kills Hundreds

An overloaded ferry sank off the coast of Tanzania, and officials said Saturday the death toll was approaching ...

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Kenya: Construction of Lamu Port About to Begin

The proposed Lamu Port inched closer to reality after President Kibaki hinted that the multi-billion-shilling ...

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Global Shipping Industry Calls for UN Armed Force ...

The global shipping industry (represented by the Round Table of international shipping associations) has called for ...

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Fearnleys Says LNG Tanker Rents Exceed USD 100,000

The cost of hiring liquefied natural gas carriers on year-long charters exceeded $100,000 a day for the first time ...

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Call for End of Unsustainable Deep-Sea Fishing

  A team of leading marine scientists from around the world is recommending an end to most commercial fishing in ...

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LNG Tanker Insurance Rates Going Up

The cost of insuring liquefied natural gas (LNG) tankers has risen as naval containment of piracy fails and surging ...

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