Sailing the Seven Seas

Have you ever thought about the first journey of a ship, her maiden voyage from the shipyard to its owner?

Ex-US Navy Officers Face Criminal Charges over Collisions

Commanders of two US Navy destroyers, which were involved in fatal collisions in 2017, face negligent homicide charges.

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Navios Containers Buys Panamax

Navios Maritime Containers has acquired Navios Felicitas, a 2010-built containership. 

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COSCO, Yang Ming Delay 13 ULCV Deliveries

In order to curb the adverse effect of tonnage influx, shipping companies start delaying boxhip deliveries.

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Global Trade at Geopolitical Crossroads

John Sitilides, Geopolitical Strategist at Trilogy Advisors speaks about future geopolitical challenges for trade.

GoodBulk Adds Another CarVal Capesize

Ship owner and operator GoodBulk has taken delivery of Aquabridge, a 2005-built Capesize bulk carrier.

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Diana Shipping Secures Higher Rate for Its Post-Panamax

Diana Shipping has entered into a time charter contract for one of its Post-Panamax dry bulk vessels, the Phaidra.

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January a Month of Leviathan Boxship Deliveries

Ten mega boxships are set to be handed over to their owners this month.

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Teekay Offshore to Collect USD 115 Mn in Public Offering

Teekay Offshore Partners to raise up to USD 115 million through a pubic offering of 4.6 million units.

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Fire Erupts on board Cidade de Maricá FPSO

A fire broke out today on board the Cidade de Maricá FPSO platform.

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Dublin Port Ups Investment into Infrastructure in 2018

Dublin Port Company to accelerate its investment plans to ensure sufficient port capacity in the future.

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CMA CGM Keeps GSL Tianjin Employed for a While Longer

French liner company CMA CGM has decided to extend the charter for the GSL Tianjin.

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ReCAAP: Piracy Incidents in Asia Up 19 Pct

There was a 19 percent increase in the number of piracy incidents against ships in Asia reported in 2017.

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First Boxship with LR's Cyber AL3 Joins Cosco Shipping

Cosco Shipping Lines adds first ever boxship to receive a descriptive note cyber AL3 by Lloyd's Register.

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FSL Trust Sells Chemical Tanker to Shrink Debt

First Ship Lease Trust sells chemical tanker in an effort to reduce outstanding debt facility.

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APM – ASIA PACIFIC MARITIME 2018

27 years in the making, APM is the premier shipbuilding & marine, workboat and offshore exhibition in Asia trusted by generations of industry professionals.

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Mega Cargo Show 2018

The focus of the event is to bring all connected with cargo fraternity on a single platform…

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Vietship 2018

Vietship is the largest and longest established exhibition in Vietnam featuring all aspect of Shipbuilding, Shipping and Offshore Technology.

Since its first event in 2002, Vietship has become the convergence and platform of advanced technologies regional and worldwide in shipbuilding and ship repair, marine equipment, waterway transportation and services, marine and offshore engineering.

After 16 years of eight consecutive editions, Vietship has affirm itself as an important event in enhancing cooperation and development, attracting investments, exchanging technology and creating ideal opportunities for trade promotion in the international maritime industry.

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LNG Bunkering Summit 2018

The conference will cover the obstacles facing both the shipping and port communities, exploring developments in conversion and new builds…

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G E Shipping Offloads Supramax

G E Shipping has decided to sell Jag Rahul, one of its Supramax bulk carriers.

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Maersk, IBM to Set Up Blockchain JV

A.P. Moller - Maersk and IBM plan to establish a joint venture aimed at offering a global trade digitization platform.

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Four Cranes Arrive at Yemen's Hodeidah Port

Hodeidah port has received four cranes in an effort to allow faster delivery of relief items.

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Shell Orders FPSO for Penguins Field

Shell has decided to order a floating production, storage and offloading (FPSO) vessel for its Penguins field.

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Samsung Heavy Industries Eyes Operating Profit in 2019

Larger order intake and reduced fixed costs are expected to push Samsung Heavy Industries to an operating profit in 2019.

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Norden Raises Expectations for 2017

Norden has raised its expectations for the adjusted results for 2017 to USD 20 to 35 million.

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Canada Fines Hapag-Lloyd Boxship for Violating Speed Limit

Canada has fined a boxship for alleged non-compliance while a temporary mandatory speed limit for ships was in effect.

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Sanchi Slick Fire Burns Out but Oil Spill Spreads

The fire that was burning on the water surface at the site of the sunken Iranian tanker Sanchi has gone out.

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Shipping Needs Uniform Rules to Adopt Green Technologies

Lack of uniform international legal framework is to hinder shipping's adoption of green technologies.

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EC Opens Investigation into Polish Tax Scheme for Shipyards

The European Commission has opened an in-depth investigation into a Polish tax scheme for shipyards.

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Turkey to Start Work on Kanal Istanbul This Year

Turkey is stepping up its activities aimed at creating a new shipping canal.

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King Abdullah Port's Box Volumes Rise by 21 Pct

King Abdullah Port handled 1.69 million TEU in 2017, up by 21 percent from 1.4 million TEU in 2016.

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