Expansion Works Start at Virginia International Gateway

The marine container terminal Virginia International Gateway (VIG) has launched a USD 320 million expansion project ...

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USCG Ends Search for Carnival Elation Passenger

The search for the passenger who went overboard from the cruise ship Carnival Elation on February 13 was suspended ...

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NCL Returns to Fincantieri for Four New Cruise Ships

Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings has reached an agreement with Italian shipbuilder Fincantieri for the construction ...

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Drewry: LPG Shipping Rates to Fall Further in 2017

Although the liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) shipping trade is expected to continue growing on the back of strong ...

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MSI: Port Stocks and Politics to Determine Dry Bulk Fortunes

Although the bulk carrier markets began 2017 in reasonably robust form, Maritime Strategies International (MSI) has ...

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Canadian Govt Settles Lawsuits with Seafarers Union

The Government of Canada has settled the pending lawsuits filed by the Seafarers’ International Union of Canada ...

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Maersk Too Optimistic on Market Recovery?

The container market has seen an inflection point in late 2016, with demand rising above supply during the fourth ...

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EU-Canada Free Trade Deal Gets Final Nod

The EU-Canada Free Trade Agreement (CETA) has received the final approval on February 15, as the European ...

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Three New Members Join SEALNG Coalition

Three new members have joined the multi-sector industry coalition SEA\LNG which aims to accelerate the widespread ...

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USCG Detains Majesty of the Seas due to Safety Issues

The 1992-built cruise ship Majesty of the Seas was detained in the port of Canaveral on Monday afternoon following ...

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BC Ferries' 2nd Salish Ferry Sets Sail for British Columbia

The second of three new liquefied natural gas (LNG) -powered Salish Class vessels, ordered by Canadian ferry owner ...

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Vega Reederei Violates US Ballast Water Laws

After an investigation of ballast water discharge violations, the US Coast Guard initiated civil penalty ...

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Carnival Cruise Line Gets Nod for Cuban Sailings

Miami-based cruise company Carnival Corporation & plc has received an approval from Cuba for its Carnival ...

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New ISO Standard to Ensure Safe LNG Bunkering Ops

As demand for liquefied natural gas (LNG)-fuelled vessels has increased, so has the demand for practical, ...

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Monthly Volumes Surge at Port of Long Beach

The US Port of Long Beach handled 8.7 percent more volumes in January 2017 than a year earlier, driven by renewed ...

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Three Containers Fall into the Sea from Maersk Kensington

Three containers were knocked off a Maersk vessel at the US Port Elizabeth container terminal operated by APM ...

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2M Partners Up Asia-Europe, Transpacific Offer

Danish shipping giant Maersk Line and Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC) have decided to add two new services to ...

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Liner Shipping among More Consolidated Sectors

Although the container shipping sector saw a huge amount of consolidation in 2016 driven by the persistent pressure ...

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PortMiami Hits Global Cruise Passenger Milestone

Florida’s PortMiami has set a global record in cruise passenger numbers, having welcomed almost 5 million ...

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Dryad: Kidnap for Ransom at 10-Year High

The Gulf of Guinea and Southeast Asia have seen a significant increase in kidnapping incidents in 2016, according ...

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Dry Bulk Market to Recover from 2017 Onwards

The dry bulk shipping market is expected to recover from 2017 onwards driven by a narrowing supply-demand ...

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NRF: Imports at US Container Ports to Grow by 4.6 Pct

Imports at US major retail container ports are expected to rise by 4.6 percent during the first half of 2017 over ...

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Frontline: Offer to DHT Is Very Attractive

After the Board of Directors of crude oil tanker firm DHT Holdings rejected Frontline’s proposal earlier in ...

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BC Ferries to Put Salish Orca through Its Paces

Canada-based ferry owner and operator BC Ferries will send its newest vessel, Salish Orca, to conduct a series of ...

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SAAM Gets Nod for Costa Rica Port Concessions

Chilean port, towage and logistics services provider SAAM materialized the acquisition of the two concessions in ...

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Courage Marine Disposes of Supramax Bulker

Bermuda-based shipping company Courage Marine has entered into a memorandum of agreement (MOA) with Panama’s ...

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