Shipping Firms Wasting Money on Paper


Hayley van Leeuwen from GNS discusses savings opportunities from digitalization.

Fuel Leak Detected after MSC Katyayni Hits Pier in Yilport


MSC Katyayni sprung a fuel leak after hitting a pier while manouvering in Yilport, Turkey on November 19.

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Eagle Bulk Invests in 15 More Scrubbers

The company bolsters scrubber orderbook as the countdown for the 2020 sulphur cap begins.

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Fjord1 Agrees New Loan, Gets Ferry Services Deal in Norway


Fjord1 secured a new USD 150.6 million loan and agreed major ferry connection contracts in Norway.

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We Will Be Industry's Collective Voice on IT

Andre Simha, CIO at MSC

MSC's CIO André Simha reveals key drivers behind liner association on digitalization.

K Line: New LPG Carrier Delivered

lpg carrier

K Line has announced the delivery of an LPG carrier for Gyxis Corporation.

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Ponant Starts Testing Solid Sail System on Its Vessel

Le Ponant

Ponant, Chantiers de l’Atlantique joined forces to test out Solid Sail system on Le Ponant.

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Italian Authorities Order Seizure of Migrant Rescue Ship


Italian judicial authorities have ordered rescue ship Aquarius to be seized.

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Uljanik Workers Return to Work

Employees of the financially-troubled Croatian shipbuilder Uljanik have returned to work following a strike.   

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Tanker Recovery: Winter Is Coming (Early)?


Multiple factors contributing to tanker recovery, but sustainable recovery is yet to materialize.

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Atlantska Plovidba Refinances Kamsarmax Duo with New Loan


Atlantska Plovidba secured a new loan to refinance two Kamsarmax vessels.

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Evergreen Marine Orders Feeder Quartet in China

Evergreen vessel

Evergreen Marine placed an order for the construction of four feeder vessels at a Chinese yard.

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Pirates Approach Tanker in the Gulf of Aden


Pirates attempted to board a Singapore-flagged tanker in the Gulf of Aden, Asian piracy watchdog ReCAAP ICC informed.

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Berge Bulk Linked to Acquisition of Capesize Quartet

Berge Stahl

Berge Bulk has been tied to the acquisition of four bulk carriers.

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Ardmore Abandons Public Offering Plan

Ardmore Seavaliant

Ardmore Shipping has decided to abandon its public offering plan as revealed on November 19.

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Maritime Information Warfare

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Offshore Wind Europe 2018

The Offshore Wind Europe speaker line-up is supported by executives who are leading the charge…

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The Nineteenth CWC World LNG Summit & Awards Evening

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GOGL Lifts Options for More Scrubbers


GOGL is equipping its Capesizes with scrubbers to curb its exposure to rising fuel costs.

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Liberia Steps Up Fight Against Maritime Corruption


Liberia has become the 1st ship registry to be admitted to the Maritime Anti-Corruption Network as a member.

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Diana Shipping Signs Charter Deal with Berge Bulk


Diana Shipping signed a time charter contract with Berge Bulk Shipping for one of its Capesize bulkers.

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Klaveness Combination Carriers Boosts CLEANBU Orderbook

Klaveness vessel

Klaveness Combination Carriers has declared an option for the construction of a sixth combination carrier.

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Ultrabulk, Partners to Study Sail Technology on Ships

Ultrabulk vessel featuring sail technology

Ultrabulk, partners launched a study on installing high-tech automated sails on ships to reduce carbon emissions.

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GulfNav to Buy Four Livestock Carriers


GulfNav plans to buy four livestock carriers in an effort to diversify its commercial operations.

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The Fjords Building Third Zero Emission Vessel

Future of the Fjords

The Fjords plans to add another all-electric passenger vessel to its fleet.

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Greenpeace Activists Board Stolt Tenacity

Stolt Tenacity boarded by Greenpeace

Six Greenpeace activists boarded Stolt Tenacity off Spain over the weekend.

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Costamare Takes Full Ownership of Boxship Quintet


Costamare has taken full ownership of five 2014 -built 14,000 TEU containerships.

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OSC Eyes Fleet Growth as It Reaps Fruit from Long-Term Deals

Silver Muscat

Medium and long-term contracts provide OSC with steady cash flow to expand its fleet.

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Baleària Begins Retrofitting Nápoles to LNG


Baleària has begun retrofitting Nápoles, the first of the company's six ships to be converted to LNG.

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Hurtigruten to Power Ships with a Byproduct of Rotten Fish


Reuters: Hurtigruten is planning to use a byproduct of rotten fish to power its ships.

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