Senior Officers Admit Covering Up Oily Waste Dumping

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Two senior engineering officers employed by an Italian shipping company admitted that they deliberately concealed ...

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ILWU to Discuss Contract Extension with PMA

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More than 100 delegates from 30 West Coast ports, who were elected by the International Longshore and Warehouse ...

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MOL Reshuffles US Route, Inks Car Transport Deal

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Japanese shipping company Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL) has restructured its existing US East Coast – West Coast ...

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Eagle Bulk Reels In USD 88 Million for New Ships

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Connecticut-headquartered operator of Supramax dry bulk ships Eagle Bulk Shipping has closed the private placement ...

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First Natural Gas Cargo Arrives at Jamaica’s Kingston Port

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The first shipment of natural gas, supplied by US-based energy firm New Fortress Energy, arrived at Jamaica’s port ...

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Spotted: Panama Canal Brings HEROs to Puget Sound

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On August 9, The Northwest Seaport Alliance’s (NWSA) East Blair One terminal in Tacoma welcomed a ...

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MSI: Future Shipping Cycles to See Structural Change

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Excess shipyard capacity and a slowing but still considerable orderbook are the negative factors overhanging ...

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Oakland Quiets Panama Canal Fears with Best July in Decade

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This July was busiest for the Port of Oakland in last ten years. The port handled 223,619 TEUs, the most since it ...

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Ethane Carrier Navigator Aurora Joins Its Owner

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Liquefied gas shipping company Navigator Gas has taken delivery of its first midsize semi-refrigerated ethane ...

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Alphaliner: Global Container Volumes Rise at Sluggish Pace

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As the weak volume growth recorded in the first half of 2016 dragged full year volume projections down, Alphaliner ...

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August Import Volume Set to Rise in US Container Ports

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An increase in cargo import cargo volume at major retail container ports in the US is expected in August as the ...

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Yilport Inks 50-year Concession for Ecuador's Puerto Bolívar

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Turkish port operator Yilport Holding, a Yildirim Group subsidiary, signed a 50-year concession securing the rights ...

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NTSB Brings El Faro’s VDR to Surface

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The voyage data recorder from El Faro was successfully recovered from the ocean floor late Monday evening after ...

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Port of Virginia to Work Extended Hours

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US Port of Virginia plans to extend its gate hours at Virginia International Gateway (VIG) from August 15 until the ...

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NCLH's Q2 Income Down, Company Bullish on 2016

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Miami-based cruise liner Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. (NCLH) reported its net income for the second quarter ...

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Infographic: How Shipowners Changed Behavior in 1H 2016

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The infographic below, released by VesselsValue, shows the change in ship ordering, selling and scrapping ...

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Overseas Shipholding's Quarterly Income Halved

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New York-listed Overseas Shipholding Group (OSG), a provider of oceangoing energy transportation services, saw its ...

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GUPC Sees Panama Canal Costs Overrun Claim Dismissed

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A Dispute Resolution Board (DAB) has dismissed a USD 99 million complaint filed by Grupo Unidos por el Canal (GUPC) ...

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North Carolina Ports Makes Room for Bigger Ships

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As the North Carolina Ports Authority completed the expansion project of its turning basin at the Port of ...

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RMS: 10 Most Catastrophe-Prone Ports

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Ports in Japan and China top the list of ten ports in the world with the highest catastrophe risk, according to ...

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Eagle Bulk Opts to Sell Another Bulker, Stays in Red

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After it earlier reached deals to sell three of its bulkers, the owner and operator of Supramax dry bulk ...

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Sino-Global Shipping America Regains Nasdaq Compliance

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New York-based shipping, chartering and logistics company Sino-Global Shipping America, Ltd. has regained ...

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Spotted: New York Enters Hyundai Saturn's Orbit

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In today’s spotted we bring you the Hyundai Saturn, the first of five Hyundai Merchant Marine’s (HMM) ...

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NAT's Earnings Decrease Despite Larger Fleet

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Bermuda-based tanker owner Nordic American Tankers (NAT) has seen its operating cash flow drop to USD 40.7 million ...

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Drewry: Mega-Alliances Could Help Transhipment Hubs

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The world’s largest transhipment hubs are exposed to numerous risks, from poor underlying demand to increasing use ...

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Tanker Market Could See More Upside Potential in 2H

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Due to rather severe summer doldrums, earnings across all tanker sectors dropped to levels not seen since ...

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ACP Sets Maximum Draft for Neopanamax Locks

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Based on the current level of Gatun Lake and the weather forecast for the following weeks, the Panama Canal ...

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