Port Everglades Gets Nod for USD 438 Million Expansion

Florida’s Port Everglades has received unanimous approval from the Broward County Board of County ...

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OOCL France Becomes Largest Ship to Transit Panama Canal

Image Courtesy: Panama Canal Authority The Panama Canal welcomed the 13,208 TEU OOCL France on May 24, the largest ...

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Vessel Calls from Oakland to Southeast Asia Up by 50 Pct

The Port of Oakland has assumed a more prominent role in Southeast Asian trade, the port’s executive director ...

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Keel Laid for Norwegian Bliss

German shipbuilder Meyer Werft has held a keel laying for Norwegian Cruise Line’s latest newbuilding, the ...

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Port of Seattle, NCLH Open Bell Street Cruise Terminal

The Port of Seattle and Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings (NCLH) have opened the renovated Bell Street Cruise Terminal ...

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Trump Kills Off TIGER in FY 2018 Budget Request

The U.S. president Donald Trump’s fiscal 2018 budget request calls for a reduction in financial support to most ...

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Bulker Crewman Dies in Berthing Accident in Quebec

The Transportation Safety Board of Canada (TSB) has deployed a team of investigators to the Port of Trois-Rivières, ...

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Spotted: Sea Leviathan Visits Port of Los Angeles

CMA CGM George Washington, a newly built ultra large container vessel (ULCV) owned by French shipping giant CMA ...

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World's 1st Dual-Fuel Asphalt Carrier Christened in Montreal

Image Courtesy: Besiktas Shipyard M/T Damia Desgagnés, the world’s first dual-fuel asphalt tanker, was ...

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Carrier Reliability Drops in April amid Vessel Reshuffling

Carriers’ overall on-time and transit time reliability decreased in April as the great migration of vessels ...

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Spotted: First NYC Ferry Christened in the Big Apple

In today’s spotted we present you the first ferry in NYC Ferry’s fleet which was recently christened in ...

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Global Cargo Fleet's OPEX Passes USD 100 Bn

Global ship operating expenses (OPEX) for the world’s cargo fleet have now breached USD 100 billion mark for the ...

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ICC: USD 1.6 Trn Gap in Global Trade Finance

There is a USD 1.6 trillion shortfall in trade finance globally, the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) said ...

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Bulkers Caught Up in Western Sahara Dispute

The authorities in Panama have detained a dry bulk carrier loaded with around 55,000 tons of phosphate rock mined ...

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Safe Bulkers Narrows Loss as Revenue Climbs

Monaco-based dry bulk shipping specialist Safe Bulkers has reduced its net loss in the first quarter of 2017 to USD ...

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Spotted: Libra FPSO Reaches Brazilian Waters

In today’s spotted we bring you an image of floating production, storage and offloading (FPSO) unit Pioneiro ...

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Top Six Largest Boxships

Starting with the latest addition to the global fleet of super-sized containerships, the recently-christened 21,413 ...

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Six Die after Shipyard Blast in Cartagena

Six persons died and at least 15 people sustained injuries following a huge explosion at Cotecmar shipyard in ...

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Eighth Dragon Vessel Joins INEOS' Fleet

JS Ineos Invention, the final of eight Dragon Class vessels ordered from China’s shipyards by Danish shipping ...

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Another Bulker Handed Over to GOGL

Dry bulk shipping company Golden Ocean Group Limited (GOGL) has taken delivery of one more secondhand bulker bought ...

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Volumes Continue Growing at Florida Seaports

Cargo volumes and cruise activity continue increasing at Florida Seaports as the waterborne international and ...

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BC Ferries' Salish Orca Starts Service

Canada-based ferry owner and operator BC Ferries has officially welcomed Salish Orca, the first of three new Salish ...

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Rates for Small LPG Vessels to Strengthen Further

Vessel oversupply will persist in the LPG shipping market for the next two years, keeping freight rates under ...

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BDI Drops below 1,000 Mark

The Baltic Dry Index (BDI) fell to 994 points on Monday, May 15, down by 20 points, tumbling again below the 1,000 ...

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Port of Oakland Starts Raising Its Cranes

Work has started at California’s Port of Oakland to heighten four 366-foot ship-to-shore cranes by 27-feet ...

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Stonington Eagle Handed Over to Eagle Bulk

Connecticut-based operator of dry bulkers Eagle Bulk Shipping has taken delivery of M/V Stonington Eagle, the third ...

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China Sparks World Container Traffic Boom

Preliminary data from Drewry’s Container Trades Statistics (CTS) indicates that world container traffic ...

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