Ecuador's TPG Completes Extension Works

Terminal Portuario Guayaquil (TPG), a private port operated by SAAM, has put into operation an extended berth, new ...

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Abu Dhabi Ports Inks Concession Deal for Fujairah Port

Port developer and operator Abu Dhabi Ports has entered into a 35-year concession agreement to develop, manage and ...

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No-Shows Fine - a Nightmare for Freight Forwarders?

The recent implementation of no-shows fine by shipping liners could result in ‘accounting nightmares’ ...

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RR Tests World’s 1st Remotely Operated Commercial Ship

Engineering company Rolls-Royce and towage operator Svitzer have demonstrated the world’s first remotely operated ...

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Dalian Cuts Steel for JHW's New Ethane Carrier

China’s Dalian Shipbuilding Industry Offshore (DSIC Offshore) held the steel cutting ceremony for JHW ...

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China's MSA to Conduct Special Inspection for Bulkers

The China Maritime Safety Administration (MSA) has launched a special inspection campaign for bulk carriers of ...

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New Zealand Continues with Cruise Ship Accreditation

A trial accreditation program has boosted biosecurity for international cruise ships and will be expanded for ...

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Wärtsilä to Power Thun Tankers' New Ships

Finnish technology group Wärtsilä has been contracted to supply the engines, propellers, and fuel supply systems ...

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Fuel-Oil Bunkering Operations Start at Qatari Ports

State-owned petroleum company Qatar Petroleum has launched a ship-to-ship fuel bunkering facility for all vessels ...

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Panamax Bulker Joins Golden Ocean's Fleet

Nasdaq-listed dry bulk shipping company Golden Ocean Group Limited has taken delivery of one more bulker bought in ...

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BC Ferries Welcomes 2nd LNG-Fueled Ship into Service

Canadian ferry operator BC Ferries informed that Salish Eagle, the second of the company’s three new vessels, ...

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Petredec to Order Up to Four VLGCs in China

Singapore-based Petredec Holdings (Eastern) has decided to further expand its fleet with up to four very large gas ...

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No Follow-Up Strike at Some Terminals in Barcelona

Workers at some terminals in the port of Barcelona have not joined the follow-up strike called for Monday, June 19 ...

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HSH Nordbank’s Shipping Loan Losses Reach USD 221 Mn

With persistent shipping woes, the German-based provider of shipping finance HSH Nordbank has seen its loan loss ...

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ICS Calls On IMO to Delay Implementation of BWMC

The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS)  has urged the International Maritime Organization (IMO) to back the ...

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Waigaoqiao Shipbuilding Breaks 20,000 TEU Mark

China’s Shanghai Waigaoqiao Shipbuilding has splashed the country’s largest domestically built ship, ...

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Port of Oakland's Bond Ratings Up, Outlook Stable

The bond ratings and assigned ratings of California’s port of Oakland have been upgraded on an upcoming ...

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Brexit Talks Should Include Priorities of Maritime Sector

As negotiations begin on the UK’s departure from the European Union, Maritime UK reflected on the ...

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Qatargas Signs LNG Supply Contract with Shell

Doha-based liquefied natural gas company Qatargas has entered into a new sale and purchase agreement (SPA) to ...

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Ordering Activity at Chinese Yards Tumbles by Over 30 Pct

Chinese shipyards have experienced a 31.5 percent decline in newbuilding order intake reaching 9.86 million dwt in ...

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DSIC Names COSCO's New VLCC

China’s Dalian Shipbuilding Industry Corp. (DSIC) held on June 5 a naming ceremony for Xin Long Yang, a very ...

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Knutsen Orders MAN Engines for Two LNG Carrier Newbuilds

Norway-based Knutsen OAS Shipping has ordered four MAN B&W 5G70ME-GI engines with EGR systems for its two ...

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Port of Montreal's New Cruise Terminal Inaugurated

Image Courtesy: MPA The Montreal Port Authority (MPA) welcomed on June 10 Holland America Line’s MS Maasdam, ...

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New Wave of M&As to Include Medium-Sized Carriers?

The opportunities for further mergers and acquisitions among Top 20 carriers are receding with each new deal, but ...

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DHT: Frontline's Marshall Islands Lawsuit Dismissed

Legal action filed by John Fredriksen-controlled Frontline in the High Court of the Republic of the Marshall ...

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Six Missing as Tanker Sinks in Malaysian Waters

Six crew members were reported missing after their vessel, the oil tanker Putri Sea, sank in Malaysian ...

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USCG: Ferry Crashes into Jetty in Hyannis Harbor

At least five people were injured when a high-speed ferry hit a jetty while entering Hyannis Harbor, Massachusetts, ...

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