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.

Aegean Pleads Guilty to US Pollution Charges

Greece-based tanker operator Aegean Shipping Management, S.A., has pleaded guilty in federal court in Charleston, ...

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Princess to Pay Largest-Ever Penalty for Dumping Oily Waste

California-based cruise line Princess Cruises, part of Carnival Corporation, has agreed to pay USD 40 million ...

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Siem Car Carriers Agrees to Pay USD 135000 Fine to FMC

Oslo-based car carrier Siem Car Carriers has agreed to pay USD 135,000 fine following a compromise agreement with ...

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US Judge to Rule on Deepwater Horizon Penalty

The final phase of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill trial began on Tuesday, January 20th which will see New Orleans ...

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Carbofin Pleads Guilty to Concealing Pollution

Carbofin Pleads Guilty to Concealing Pollution

Carbofin S.PA., an Italian owner and operator of a fleet of commercial liquefied gas vessels, pleaded guilty to ...

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MUA Continues Protests against Penalty Rates

MUA Continues Protests against Penalty Rates

Unions from across Victoria have joined the Maritime Union of Australia (MUA) at a Melbourne rally today, urging ...

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Prosecutors Want Death Penalty for Sewol Ferry Captain

Prosecutors Want Death Penalty for Sewol Ferry Captain

South Korean prosecutors have asked for a death sentence for Lee Joon-seok, captain of the Sewol ferry that ...

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Puerto Rican-based Shipping Company to Pay Penalty for ...

  Epps Shipping Company, a Liberian corporation doing business out of Carolina, Puerto Rico, was sentenced in ...

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