Storm-Battered Port of Durban Resumes Operations

Marine operations at the Port of Durban have partially resumed following disruptions caused by a severe storm on ...

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Report: Russia to Launch Shipping Service to Syria

Russia is looking to launch a direct shipping service to Syria, Dmitry Rogozin, Russia’s Deputy Prime ...

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Wärtsilä Speeds Up Intelligent Vessel Development

In an effort to speed up innovation and co-creation on new business models, including intelligent ...

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First Shipments of Yamal LNG to Start in November

The first two shipments of liquified natural gas (LNG) from the Yamal LNG project are scheduled to be transported ...

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Better Steel Market Drives Essar Ports' Cargo Volumes Up

India’s port company Essar Ports saw a 19 percent growth in cargo handled during the first half of fiscal ...

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Grimaldi's ACL Criticized for Scrapping ConRo Duo in India

The NGO Shipbreaking Platform is urging German authorities to hold Atlantic Container Line (ACL), a subsidiary of ...

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House Bill Pushes for 5-Year Jones Act Halt in Puerto Rico

US Congressman Gary Palmer and Congresswoman Nydia Velázquez have introduced a legislation which would provide ...

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A Long Way Ahead for Shipping to Gain Cyber Maturity

The shipping industry should take protective measures to be ‘cyber mature’, particularly as personal, confidential ...

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Brokers: Chinese Yards Cashing In from Bulker Ordering

The insatiable appetite for bulker newbuilds continued into last week as brokers reported orders for at least 14 ...

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Brødrene Aa Wins Order for Catamaran Trio

Norwegian ferry builder Brødrene Aa, Hyen, has received an order for three high-speed carbon fiber catamaran ...

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Imports at Top US Container Ports Set a 2nd Record High

Imports set a second all-time monthly record high at US major retailer container ports this summer and are ...

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Singapore to End Port Dues Concession for Bunker Tankers

A 50 percent port dues concession for MARPOL-compliant double hulled (MCDH) port limit bunker tankers will be ...

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Scrubber Uptake by 2020 to Fall Short of Expectations?

The base case figure for projected uptake of how many ships will have exhaust gas cleaning systems (EGCS), or ...

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MSC Boxship Refloated, 1 Killed by Shipping Container

The giant boxship MSC Ines which got grounded on Tuesday due to heavy weather in the entrance of the Port of Durban ...

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Maersk Tankers Sale Wrapped Up

Danish shipping and energy conglomerate A.P. Møller – Mærsk A/S (APMM) has completed the sale of its tanker ...

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SeaIntel: Capacity Not Shrinking in 4th Quarter?

The fourth quarter of 2017 is currently slated for massive overcapacity, contrary to expectations, as the ...

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Wärtsilä Acquires Guidance Marine

Finland-based technology group Wärtsilä has acquired Guidance Marine Limited in an effort to strengthen its ...

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Milaha Considering Ship Investments Across a Few Sectors

Qatari maritime and logistics company Milaha is evaluating tonnage acquisitions across several sectors at the ...

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Port of Durban Grinds to a Halt, Three Ships Grounded

Three vessels have run aground in the Port of Durban, South Africa, amid heavy weather that has resulted in the ...

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Stolt Tankers Ready to Seize M&A Opportunities

As the separation of Stolt Tankers as a stand-alone company from Belgium’s Stolt-Nielsen Limited (SNL) nears ...

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Spotted: 1st Ever Floating LNG STS System Launched

As the LNG industry is looking at a new era in LNG distribution, Gas Natural Fenosa and Connect LNG have made the ...

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SIU Urges Canada to Uphold Labour Rules for Foreign Crew

The Seafarers’ International Union of Canada (SIU) has called on the Federal Government to uphold labour ...

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BW Gas Gets Financing for BW Integrity FSRU

Credit Agricole Corporate and Investment Bank (CA-CIB) and KfW-IPEX Bank (KfW) have provided a USD 191.8 million ...

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Clipper Group Sells 16 Ships as Part of Financial Deal

Dry bulk shipping firm Clipper Group has sold 16 vessels as part of its financial agreement, the company confirmed ...

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Tanker Owners: Not an Endangered Species Yet

The shifting winds in the oil industry heralding a decline in oil demand amid global shift to renewable sources of ...

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New Initiative to End Use of HFO in the Arctic Launched

The Our Ocean Arctic Commitment, an international initiative to end use of heavy fuel oil (HFO) by Arctic shipping, ...

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GSL Targets Up to USD 400 Mn in Notes Offering

Marshall Islands-incorporated containership charter owner Global Ship Lease (GSL) is gearing up to launch its ...

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