Shipping a Moving Target for Cyber Threats

Lars Lange, IUMI Secretary-General, speaks of numerous challenges related to cyber risk insurance

MPA Singapore Turning to Drones for Ship Survey

The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) is developing the acceptance criteria for the usage of aerial ...

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2nd Hekinan MAX Coal Carrier Joins MOL’s Fleet

Japanese shipping giant Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL) has taken delivery of the coal carrier Nagara Maru from ...

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Tanker Earnings to Remain Low in 2018 amid Oversupply

The recovery of the tanker market forecast to start next year and give the much-needed boost to company earnings ...

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Body of Final Missing JBB De Rong 19 Crew Member Found

The body of the last missing crew member of dredger JBB de Rong 19 has been recovered two months after the fatal ...

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International Yachts Face Biosecurity Checks in New Zealand

International yachts arriving in Northland this summer will face additional biosecurity checks by the Ministry for ...

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Japan Starts New Whaling Mission in Southern Ocean

Japan started a new “research mission” in the Southern Ocean as the country sent its fleet to continue ...

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MOL Turns to Artificial Intelligence

Japan’s Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL) has teamed up with Fujitsu Laboratories, and Tokyo University of Marine ...

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Container Shipping Facing Choppy Waters

The container shipping industry will have to ride out a bumpy period amid an anticipated seasonal decline in ...

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SeaIntel: Container Shipping Industry Favours Tax Havens

Over the past 30 years, there has been a constant shift toward registering container carriers in countries dubbed ...

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ICS: Zero Carbon Shipping Future Achievable

The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) has a vision of zero CO2 emissions from shipping in the second half of ...

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PIL Bolsters Fleet with Two 11,800 TEU Newbuilds

Singapore’s containership operator Pacific International Lines (PIL) Group has taken delivery of two new ...

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APM Terminals Remains in the Red in Q3

Market headwinds coupled with overcapacity woes have kept APM Terminal’s business performance in the red with ...

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Interview: How Will Seafarers Be Impacted by Smart Ships?

The introduction of autonomous ships, often described as the next step for the maritime industry, is looming as ...

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BIMCO: Dry Bulk Market’s Recovery Still Fragile

The return to permanent profitable freight rates in the dry bulk sector is still way off, however, there has been a ...

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Rough Seas Causing Further Damage to Kea Trader

Boxship Kea Trader, which is still stuck on the Durand Reef off New Caledonia, is being affected by a constant, ...

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DP World Australia Calls for End to Pilot Cutter Crew Strike

Reacting to the latest round of planned work stoppage, terminal operator DP World Australia issued a statement ...

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MOL Confirms Ownership Split of Four Yamal LNG Carriers

Japanese shipping major Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL) said today that China COSCO Shipping Corporation Limited will ...

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Ports of Auckland Unveils Draft 30-Year Master Plan

Ports of Auckland has today released its Draft 30-year Master Plan which outlines a range of projects needed for ...

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Video: Chevron Sends 1st Wheatstone LNG Cargo to Japan

The 2017-built LNG tanker Asia Venture set sail from Western Australia on October 31 carrying the first shipment of ...

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ACCC: No Interim Authorisation for Brisbane Cruise Terminal

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has decided not to grant interim authorisation to Port of ...

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PNG Government Under Pressure Due to ICTSI Port Contracts

The Government of Papua New Guinea has been under fire to review the decision to award port operations in Lae and ...

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Cocaine Smuggled to New Zealand on Maersk Ship's Hull

New Zealand authorities have seized the country’s largest cocaine shipment which arrived to the port ...

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Nisshin Splashing Over USD 600 Mn on Newbuilds

Japanese shipping company Nisshin Shipping has been tied to an order for up to 25 new ships at Chinese and Japanese ...

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OOCL Most Reliable Carrier in Q3

In the third quarter of 2017 Hong Kong-based container shipping company Orient Overseas Container Line (OOCL) was ...

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Competition at Australia's Container Ports Set to Heat Up

Competition between stevedoring companies at Australia’s three largest container ports is set to intensify as ...

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Livestock Carrier Stripped from Permit amid Multiple Defects

Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) found a number of issues on board the livestock carrier Al Messilah ...

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