Sustainability in the heavy lifting industry

Cost efficiency and sustainability, two topics that are frequently discussed in the offshore and maritime industry. There are many developments and innovations going on in this area.

Greece to Seek Upping of Thessaloniki Bids

Greece will ask for improved financial bids from the companies running to operate the country’s Thessaloniki ...

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Greece Receives Three Bids for Thessaloniki Port

Greece has received three bids for the acquisition of the 67 percent stake in the Thessaloniki Port Authority, the ...

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Greek Flag Loses 62 Ships

The fleet registered under the Greek flag saw a significant loss of 62 ships during the year until March 1st, 2017, ...

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Report: Greece Sets Deadline for Thessaloniki Port Bids

Investors have been given a deadline of March 24 to submit their bids for a majority stake in the second biggest ...

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VIDEO: Cargo Ship Grounds, Nine Crew Evacuated

A total of nine crewmembers were evacuated from the general cargo vessel Cabrera after the ship ran aground on ...

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Report: Cosco Buys 51 Pct Stake in Piraeus Port

China’s port operator Cosco Group (Hong Kong) Limited has officially acquired a 51 percent stake in the Greek ...

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Report: Cosco to Inject Over USD 550 Mn into Piraeus Port

China Cosco Shipping Group could invest around EUR 500 million (USD 554.1 million) in one of Greece’s largest ...

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Greek Lawmakers Approve Sale of Piraeus Stake to Cosco

The sale of the majority stake in the Greek port of Piraeus to China’s port operator Cosco Group (Hong Kong) ...

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Piraeus Port Privatization Hits a Snag

The sale of the Greek port of Piraeus has encountered a hurdle as China’s port operator Cosco Group (Hong Kong) ...

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Helengi Engineering Unveils LNG Bunker Vessel Design

Greek company Helengi Engineering has debuted its LNG bunker feeder vessel Amaltheia at the exhibition Posidonia ...

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Shipowners: Is This the Right Time to Buy?

As the shipping industry continues sailing in a sluggish market, the shipowners are weighing the decision whether ...

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Pressure Mounts on Greece to Resolve Issues with China

Over the next month Greece is expected to finalize the outstanding approval of Piraeus Port Authority’s concession ...

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Shipping Places Greece in Center of Global Economy Changes

Investments for the improvement of the existing infrastructure are essential and would provide Greece with yet ...

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Greece Keeps the Lead as Largest Ship Owning Nation

Despite the many domestic and market challenges faced by the Hellenic ship owning community, Greece has continued ...

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Maritime Community Gears Up for Posidonia

This year’s Posidonia maritime exhibition will see a 15 percent growth in size, hosting over 1,800 exhibitors ...

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Bulgaria, Greece Team Up on FLNG Terminal Project

Bulgarian Energy Holding (BEH), a company belonging to the Ministry of Energy of Bulgaria, and Greek natural gas ...

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Russia Eyes Thessaloniki Port Privatization

The privatization of the second biggest Greek port of Thessaloniki seems to have sparked interest in Russia, as the ...

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Greek Dockers Plan Continuous Strike over Privatization

Greek ports could face complete stoppage as the Port of Piraeus Dockworkers’ Union announced that they plan ...

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KKR Credit’s Pillarstone Platform Expands to Greece

U.S. investment firm KKR Credit today announced the further expansion of its Pillarstone platform in Europe through ...

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Piraeus Container Terminal at 3-Day Standstill amid Strikes

The Piraeus Container Terminal has been blocked for three days amid an ongoing general strike launched by Greek ...

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Liberia – First Choice for Greek Shipowners

Liberia has strengthened its position as the leading open registry of choice for Greek shipowners, according to the ...

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