Impact of Paradise Papers on Shipping Industry

Clyde & Co provides main takeaways from the Paradise Papers on the shipping industry

Worldwide Orders for New Container Vessels Reach USD 57 ...

  Ocean carriers and charter shipowners have placed orders worth $57 billion for new container vessels over ...

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UAE: ADPC, Cisco Sign MoU at Gitex 2011

  Abu Dhabi Ports Company (ADPC) has chosen Cisco to implement Cisco Borderless Network and Collaboration ...

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Russia: Pacific Fleet Task Unit Starts Escorting of ...

  Upon termination of preparatory phase, Pacific Fleet (PF) task unit led by large ASW ship Admiral Panteleyev ...

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UAE: Piracy Issue Back on Maritime Agenda

  Global attacks on ships rose to an all-time high of 266, during the first six months of 2011 up from 196 in ...

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Qatar: Foundation Stone Laid for New Doha Port Project

  The Deputy Emir and Heir Apparent H H Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani laid the foundation stone of the ...

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UK: Small Dry Bulk Ships Charter Rates Remain Stable

  Handysize and handymax charter rates will remain stable at their current level until the end of the year, ...

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Qatar to Spend USD 1 Billion in Retrofitting and ...

  Qatar made a billion dollar error when it built its liquefied natural gas shipping fleet in the last decade, ...

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Ship Insurers Support Use of Private Armed Guards on ...

More ship insurers are backing the use of private armed guards on merchant vessels at sea to combat Somali piracy ...

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Oman: AL DUQM Dry Dock Receives First LNG Carrier

  The dry dock of Oman Dry Dock Company in Al Duqm on Saturday received the first LNG carrier, Muscat LNG, ...

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Contact Group on Piracy off Coast of Somalia Launches ...

  The State Department announces the launch of the new official website for the Contact Group on Piracy off ...

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Iran to Unveil Submarine ‘Fateh’

The submarine called ‘Fateh’ (Victor) weighs 600 tons and is equipped with various types of advanced defense ...

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STCW-F International Convention to Enter into Force in 2012

  The International Convention on Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Fishing Vessel ...

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UAE: ADNATCO Takes Delivery of Its Fifteenth New Build Vessel

  ADNATCO, which along with NGSCO comprises the shipping arm of the ADNOC Group of Companies, took delivery of ...

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Saudi Arabia: National Chemical Carriers Receives New ...

  The National Shipping Company of Saudi Arabia announces that its 80% owned subsidiary company The National ...

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Greek Owned MV Dover Released from Pirate Control

  Following payment of a ransom, the M/V DOVER, which was pirated on 28 February 2011 approximately 260 ...

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UAE: Three-day Conference and Exhibition Middle East ...

  The maritime commercial climate in the Middle East is in buoyant mood, especially for the workboats sector, ...

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ICS Chairman Spyros M Polemis Calls for More Navy ...

Governments have ceded control of the Indian Ocean to pirates and the small deployment of naval forces to the ...

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Bahrain: GOP Opens Seafarer and Maritime Centre

The General Organisation of Sea Ports (GOP) fulfilled the commitment it made to the seafarer and maritime community ...

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Israel Navy Unveils New Anti-Terror Technology

  The Israel Navy unveiled new anti-terror technology over the weekend, which will allow Israeli marines and ...

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Iraq Plans to Buy Three Cargo Ships in China

Iraq will purchase three commercial cargo ships of 50,000 tons each in order to develop the country’s ...

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Iranian Navy Hinders Pirates’ Attempt to Hijack ...

  Fleet of Iranian patrol ships hindered pirates’ attempt to hijack a Russian-flagged vessel. Speaking ...

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Greek-owned Ship MV EAGLE Released from Pirate Control

  Following payment of a ransom, the MV EAGLE, which was pirated on 17 January 2011 in position 490 nautical ...

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World Maritime Day 2011 – Piracy: Orchestrating ...

  Today (29 September 2011) marks the 34th celebration of World Maritime Day, the annual occasion when the ...

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Bahrain’s Khalifa Bin Salman Port in Development Mode

A major upgrade of Bahrain’s Khalifa Bin Salman Port (KBSP) is on the cards with plans for a new parking area for ...

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Bahrain: GOP Announces Fund for Supporting Maritime Education

  A fund for promoting and supporting maritime education and training through scholarships to Bahraini ...

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Delegation from JTC Corporation Visits Drydocks World’s ...

  A six-member high-level delegation from JTC Corporation (JTC), Singapore visited Drydocks World’s Dubai ...

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Maritime Industry to Face Tough Time for Financing, ...

  With fears of a recession rising, the maritime industry will find it increasingly difficult to obtain ...

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