Navios Bulk Carrier Catches Fire at UK's Immingham Dock

A bulk carrier with 19 crew on board suffered a fire while it was moored at Immingham Docks, UK in the afternoon ...

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Hong Kong-Flagged Bulker Arrested in Singapore

Bulk carrier SFL Spey has been detained in Singapore waters, according to Supreme Court of Singapore’s ...

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Yemeni Officials Warn of Mine Threat in Red Sea

The shippers have been urged to steer clear of the navigational channel to the east of the Yemeni island of Zuqar ...

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Newbuild Orders at Chinese Yards Take a Nosedive

China’s shipbuilding industry has experienced a 25.4 percent plunge in newbuilding orders during the first ...

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Spotted: Boxship Leviathan Arrives at HIT

In today’s spotted we bring you an image of MOL Triumph, the world’s second largest containership, calling at ...

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Panamanian Tanker Attacked in Gulf of Aden

A Panamanian-flagged oil tanker Alheera was rescued by Chinese Navy from a pirate attack on Saturday, April 15 ...

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Drewry: Bigger Ships to Continue Pressuring Freight Rates

Westbound Asia to Mediterranean volumes have been disappointing thus far in 2017, but shipments heading in the ...

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Seago Line Sees Modest Profit amid Lower Freight Rates

Despite strong headwinds in the intra-European market, short-sea and feeder operator Seago Line, part of Maersk ...

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Report: NPS Agrees on DSME's Debt Rescheduling Measures

The main debt holder of Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (DSME), South Korea’s National Pension Service ...

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Ecochlor to Supply BWTS for Up to 30 Minerva Vessels

Boston-headquartered provider of ballast water treatment (BWT) solutions Ecochlor has signed a deal with Greek ...

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DP World, Port of Fujairah End Concession Deal

Dubai-based port operator DP World and the Port of Fujairah have reached an agreement to terminate the Fujairah ...

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FMC Commissioner to Run Port of Long Beach

The Long Beach Board of Harbor Commissioners has elected Federal Maritime Commission’s Mario Cordero for the ...

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APL Adds New North Asia-EC Australia Service

Singapore-based container shipping company APL intends to launch the China Australia Service 3 (CA3), a new weekly ...

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JAXPORT Enhances Service to Asia

The US Jacksonville Port Authority (JAXPORT) has expanded its service to Asia as part of Hamburg Süd’s new Asia ...

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SDU Opposes Ports of Sweden’s New Union Policy

Employers’ organization Ports of Sweden (Sveriges Hamnar) has decided to adopt a new policy regarding ...

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Australia's FWO Taking Transpetrol to Court

Australia’s Fair Work Ombudsman (FWO) said that it has launched legal action against a Norwegian shipping ...

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China's CMG Eyes Stake in Brazilian Container Port

Chinese state-owned corporation China Merchants Group (CMG) is looking to spread its footprint in Brazil as the ...

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TOTE Maritime Settles Remaining El Faro Suits

The remaining families of the 33 El Faro victims have reached settlements with the cargo ship’s owner, TOTE ...

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Report: NPS to Find Common Ground with DSME Creditors

South Korea’s National Pension Service (NPS), one of the main debt holders of Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine ...

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Gothenburg Cruise Season Kicks Off

The arrival of cruise ship AIDAcara has marked the beginning of a new cruise season at the Swedish Port of ...

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Cargo Volumes Rise at Port of Los Angeles

Californian Port of Los Angeles has seen its volumes increase by 10 percent in the first quarter of 2017 as it ...

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The Dutch Are Updating Their Maritime Guide

The Maritime Holland Business Guide is getting an update before the end of 2017, the chief editor of the guide ...

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Spotted: Egbert Wagenborg Completes Sea Trials

In today’s spotted, we bring you an image of Egbert Wagenborg, a multipurpose ship (MPP) owned by Dutch ...

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Port of Rotterdam Off to a Good Start

Dutch Port of Rotterdam has seen a 8.8 percent increase by volume to 3.3 million TEU in its container sector during ...

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Euronav’s Tanker Runs Aground, Crew Safe

Euronav’s crude oil tanker M/T Alex ran aground on Wednesday, April 12th on a soft mud bottom while ...

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Operator: Stellar Cosmo Not Heading for Repairs

Polaris Shipping’s Very Large Ore Carrier (VLOC) Stellar Cosmo has not broken down and is not heading for ...

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