Merger with CSAV a Home Run for Hapag-Lloyd

Merger with CSAV a Home Run for Hapag-Lloyd

German container line Hapag-Lloyd has managed to shake off EUR 173.3 million loss recorded in the first half of ...

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Clipper Takes Two Ultramaxes at Sainty

Clipper Takes Two Ultramaxes at Sainty

Denmark’s Clipper Group has purchased two 64,000 dwt SDARI64 newbuilding bulk carriers being built by Sainty ...

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Delivery of ULCSs Set to Slow Down in 2016

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The steady flow of ultra-large containerships (ULCS) into the Asia-Europe trade will ease briefly in 2016, as the ...

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China's Trade to Keep Up the Momentum despite Setbacks

China's Trade Expected to Boom in Next 5 Years

 Trade from China and Southeast Asia to North America and Europe is expected to boom in the next five years, ...

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Euro Dockworkers Tackling Overcapacity, Automation Threats

Hamburg-Le Havre Dockworkers Tackling Overcapacity and Automation Threats

The combined unions of dockworkers in Germany, Netherlands, France, United Kingdom and Belgium as well as the ...

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Irish Shipping and Port Activity Up by 3 Pct

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Shipping and port activity in the Republic of Ireland rose by 3% in the second quarter of 2015 when compared to the ...

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HPA: Email Layoffs Preceded by Extensive Consultation

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Hutchinson Ports Australia (HPA) said in a clarification that the recent laying off of 87 staff via text messages ...

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Crewtoo: Seafarers Dread Port Calls

Seafarers Dread Port Calls

Seafarers sometimes fear port calls because of the increase in workload caused by the many audits and inspections ...

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Two More LNG Carriers for Maran Nakilat JV

Two More LNG Carriers for Maran Nakilat JV

Nakilat, the shipping arm of Qatar’s liquefied natural gas (LNG) sector, has expanded its joint venture with Greek ...

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Keel Laid for Crowley’s 2nd LNG-Powered Ship

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The keel for the second Commitment Class liquefied natural gas (LNG)-powered, combination container – ...

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One Dead, Three Injured in Floating Dry Dock in Livorno

One Dead, Three Injured in Floating Dry Dock in Livorno

One person died and three were injured after the research vessel Urania suddenly heeled portside and listed some 30 ...

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BSR: Average CO2 Emissions Continue Declining

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Average CO2 emissions per container per kilometer for global ocean transportation routes have declined by 8.4 ...

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Seanergy Maritime Buys 7 Dry Bulk Carriers

Seanergy Maritime Buys 7 Dry Bulk Carriers

Athens-based Seanergy Maritime Holdings has entered into a purchase agreement to buy seven secondhand dry bulk ...

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Dangling Tender Boat Keeps Costa Mediterranean in Montenegro

Dangling Tender Boat Keeps Costa Mediterranea in Montenegro

A Costa Cruises ship was forced to reshuffle its itinerary and stay in Kotor, Montenegro, after one of its tender ...

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ACP: Opening of Third Set of Locks Not Impacted by Cracks

Panama Canal's Pacific Locks Spring Leak

Completion of Panama Canal’s Third Set of Locks project set for April 2016 should not be affected by the ...

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Russia to Compensate Dutch over Arctic Sunrise Case

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The Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA) in Hague ruled on Monday that the Russian government broke international ...

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Tianjin Port’s Insured Loss Likely to Exceed USD 1.5Bn

Tinajin Port Insured Loss to Reach Up to USD 1.5bn

The total insured loss at Tianjin port, following the two blasts that ripped through the port on August 12th, has ...

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Dryad Calls for Permanent Security Presence in SEA

Dryad Calls for Permanent Security Presence in SEA

There has been very little involvement from regional security forces in Southeast Asia amid the recent attacks on ...

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Spotted: TOTE’s 2nd LNG Ship Geared for Launching

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TOTE’s second ship in a series of the world’s first natural gas powered containerships, built by ...

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Singapore’s Bunker Prices Plunge

Singapore's Bunker Prices Plunge

The world’s biggest bunkering port Singapore has recorded a major fall in prices of heavy fuel oil closing in ...

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Container Carriers Secures Loan for Boxship Duo

Container Carriers Secures Loans for Boxship Duo1

The Export-Import Bank of Korea in collaboration with Busan Bank have provided a total of USD 87 million in ship ...

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Faroe Islands Deny Entry to Sea Shepherd's Vessel

Slaughter of 61 pilot whales at Sandavágur on August 12.

Sea Shepherd’s anti-whaling activist vessel Bob Barker, which arrived in the Faroe Islands on Monday, August ...

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Infographic: Highest Valued Tanker Company

Highest Valued Tanker Company

In this week’s infographic we presents to you the Highest Valued Company operating in the tanker market. The ...

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ITLOS Says Italian Marines to Stay in India

Enrica Lexie Case Goes to International Arbitration

The International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea (ITLOS) in Hamburg has ruled against Italy’s request for ...

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Abengoa Wins Deal to Build Port Terminal in Uruguay

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A consortium led by Spanish multinational corporation Abengoa has been awarded the construction of the new port ...

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Great Pacific Garbage Patch Is a Ticking Time Bomb

Great Pacific Garbage Patch Is a Ticking Timebomb

Scientists and volunteers at the Ocean Cleanup have concluded the so-called ”Mega Expedition” aimed at ...

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VIDEO: Panama Canal’s Pacific Locks Spring Leak

Panama Canal's Pacific Locks Spring Leak

The newly constructed third set of locks of the long-awaited Panama Canal expansion project are leaking based on ...

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