Drewry: What Will it Take to Sell NOL?

What Will it Take to Sell NOL

The rumoured sale of Singapore-based container shipping company Neptune Orient Lines (NOL) will not go down ...

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Busan Port Wants More Transshipment Cargo

Busan Port Wants More Transhipment Cargo

South Korea’s Ministry of Ocean and Fisheries and the Busan Port Authority (BPA) have unveiled plans to turn ...

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Bulker Capsizes after Colliding with Tanker off Shanghai

Bulker Capsizes after Colliding with Tanker off Shanghai

A general cargo ship capsized after colliding with an oil tanker in Yangtze river off the Port of Shanghai last ...

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G6 Drops Four More Asia-Europe Sailings

G6 Drops Four More Asia-Europe Sailings

Six container lines forming the G6 Alliance have cancelled four more peak season Asia-Europe sailings in response ...

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Chinese Eco Group Files Landmark Marine Pollution Lawsuit

Chinese Eco Group Files Landmark Marine Pollution Lawsuit

A Chinese non-profit organisation has filed a landmark lawsuit at Qingdao Maritime Court against US oil major ...

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Mercator Lines (Singapore) Sinks Further into Red

Mercator Lines (Singapore) Sinks Further into Red

Indian-owned dry bulk shipping company Mercator Lines (Singapore) Limited widened its losses in the first quarter ...

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Readers’ Picks of the Week (20-24 of Jul)

Readers’-Picks

Fire aboard Freedom of the Seas A fire broke out in a mechanical space on board Royal Caribbean’s cruise ship ...

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K Line Settles on Alleged Price-Fixing Scheme

K Line Settles on Alleged Price-Fixing Scheme

Japan’s shipping company Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha Ltd (K-Line) has reached a settlement with attorneys ...

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Ardmore Takes Delivery of Ardmore Chinook

Ardmore Shipping

Ardmore Shipping Corporation took delivery of Ardmore Chinook, a 25,217 deadweight tonne, Eco-design IMO 2 product ...

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ITF Opposes Extension of JICT Concession

Nova Hakim, JICT Union Chair, addresses workers at July protest

The International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF) has urged the Indonesian president to intervene over ...

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Port of Townsville Eyes Double Capacity

Port of Townsville

The Port of Townsville is investing AUD 55 million (about USD 44.12 million) to upgrade Berth 4 and double its ...

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Drewry: Carriers Keep Upwards Reliability Trend

Maersk

Container service reliability made another steady improvement in June with the aggregate on-time performance for ...

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Crew of Arrested Bulker in Tauranga Paid after Months

Crew of Arrested Bulker Receive Pay after Weeks

The crew of the Panamanian-flagged bulk carrier Lancelot V., which has been stuck in the Port of Tauranga for three ...

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CMA CGM Gets First Guyanamax Ship

CMA CGM

CMA CGM Group’s first vessel of the Guyanamax series, CMA CGM Cayenne, was delivered in South Korea on July ...

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SL, Svitzer Strike Deal on Tug Outsourcing

smit

Tug operators Smit Lamnalco Towage (Australia) Pty Ltd. (SL) and Svitzer Australia (Svitzer) have entered into a ...

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Coastal Tankers in SE Asia Attacked Every Two Weeks

Coastal Tankers in SE Asia Attacked Every Two Weeks1

There is a continuing trend in South East Asia in the hijacking of small coastal tankers by maritime pirates, ...

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Alexander Spirit Departs for Singapore

Alexander Spirit crew

The Alexander Spirit fuel tanker has left from Devonport, Tasmania on Wednesday, 22nd July after the ship’s ...

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Owner Fined for Dumping Garbage in Great Barrier Reef

Owner Fined for Dumping Garbage in Great Barrier Reef

The master and owner of the Hong Kong registered bulk carrier ANL Kardinia have been found guilty for illegally ...

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Dredging NZ Fined over Worker Death

Dredging NZ Fined over Worker Death

Dredging NZ has been fined $79,500 and ordered to pay $42,000 in reparation after the death of a worker, crushed on ...

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Australia Shortlists Suspects for Great Barrier Reef Spill

Great-Reef-Barrier

Australian maritime authorities are investigating an oil slick, spotted by local fishermen on Friday in the ...

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OPV Market in Growth Mode

OPV Market in Growth Mode

The total number of Offshore Patrol Vessels (OPVs), the fastest growing segment of the naval vessels market, ...

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BHP Billiton Injects USD 240m in Port Hedland

BHP Billiton Injects USD 240m in Port Hedland1

​ Australia-based mining giant BHP Billiton has assigned USD 240 million to purchase six additional tugs and ...

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LR, Penn Oak Energy Join Forces on LNG

Gas tanker LNG

Lloyd’s Register North America, Inc. (LR) has teamed with Penn Oak Energy Corp with the aim of helping companies ...

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Tanker Orderbook Set to Beat 2013 Record?

Tankers in Great Demand

Investment in construction of tankers driven by stronger appetite in ordering of new tonnage so far this year has ...

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Alexander Spirit Crew Supporters Hit the Streets Again

Alexander Spirit Crew Supporters Hit the Streets Again2

Supporters of the Alexander Spirit crew have hit the streets again today with a crowd of a couple of hundred strong ...

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Port Hedland Preps for Iron Ore Transport Growth

Port Hedland Preps for Rising Iron Ore Cargo Inflow

Australia’s largest bulk export port, Port Hedland, is set to receive a new marine control tower and ...

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Readers’ Picks of the Week (13-17 of Jul)

Readers’-Picks

NOL Up for Sale Again? Singapore-based container shipping company Neptune Orient Lines has been put up for sale by ...

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