No Market for Unmanned Ships in Tanker Sector

Ardmore Shipping CCO comments on autonomous ships, digitalization and other industry trends.

India Eases Rules for Issuing CDC for Seafarers

India has opted to ease some of its rules in an effort to remove obstacles for seafarers.

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Seatankers Management Offloads Bulker Trio

Seatankers Management, part of Fredriksen Group, has sold three dry bulkers.

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Diana Shipping Fetches Higher Rate for Panamax

Diana Shipping has secured a new charter deal for its Panamax vessel Dione at a higher rate.

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Global Trade at Geopolitical Crossroads

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

Spotted: Celebrity Edge Floated Out at STX

STX France shipyard floats out Celebrity Cruises’ newest ship Celebrity Edge.

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Part of Unpaid Tug Crew to Return Home from Durban

Eight out of eleven seafarers are to be repatriated after their ship was detained in Durban, South Africa.

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SITC Ups Full Year Profit Expectations

SITC expects to see a 50 percent jump in its net profit for the twelve months ended December 2017.

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No Major Impact from Mega Ships on Port Performance

CargoSmart: Mega vessels did not have a major impact on port performance in 2017.

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EC Gives Green Light to Uljanik’s Rescue Aid

The European Commission approves state guarantee for Uljanik's USD 115.6 million loan.

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Latvian Shipping Lends USD 348 Mn to Vitol

Latvian Shipping has issued a short term loan of EUR 284 million to Vitol Netherlands B.V.

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TORM Raises USD 100 Mn for Fleet Growth

TORM raised USD 100 million through a private placement of new Class A common shares. 

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Bahri Adds New VLCC to Its Fleet

Bahri took delivery of the new very large crude carrier (VLCC) Kassab on January 22.

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COSCO Shipping Ports, CMA CGM Ink Zeebrugge Concession Deal

COSCO Shipping Ports signs an agreement with Port of Zeebrugge for the concession of CSP Zeebrugge Terminal.

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Organisations Push for Carriage Ban on Non-Compliant Fuel

Environmental organisations, shipping industry called for prohibition on the carriage of non-compliant marine fuels.

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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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BEST Extends Cranes to Handle Boxship Giants

Barcelona Europe South Terminal (BEST) has increased the height of three ship-to-shore (STS) gantry cranes.

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Diana Containerships to Sell Post-Panamax Duo

Diana Containerships to sell two of its 2004-built containerships for USD 22 million.

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Shanghai Dingheng Shipping Sets Sights on Building 100 Ships

Under the Hundred of Ships Construction Plan, the firm plans to build small and medium-sized chemical tankers.

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HRAS, BHRRC Launch Maritime Human Rights Reporting Platform

HRAS and BHRRC have launched a platform for recording cases of maritime human rights abuses.

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New Deal to Cement Denmark's Position as Global Maritime Hub

Denmark will invest some DKK 15 billion towards 2025 to strengthen its position as a global maritime hub.

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Video: Irish Ferries’ Newbuild Hits the Water at FSG

The new Irish Ferries cruise ferry W. B. Yeats was launched into the water on January 19 at FSG.

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Myanmar Ratifies Bunker Convention

Myanmar has ratified International Convention on Civil Liability for Bunker Oil Pollution Damage (BUNKER). 

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Passenger Falls to Death from Carnival Ship

A female passenger of Carnival Elation fell on Friday morning from her balcony to several decks below.

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Milaha Buys Its Largest Container Vessel

Milaha has acquired its largest container vessel to date, the 3,768 TEU boxship Majd.

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ITOPF: Two Large Oil Spills Reported in 2017

Two large oil spills and four medium spills from tankers were recorded in 2017.

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Asia-US Rates Recovering ahead of Contract Season

Spot rates rise in the Asia-US East Coast trade, but remain well below the same period last year.

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Spotted: HPT Adds Giant Cranes with Remote Control System

Hutchison Ports Thailand has received large cranes equipped with remote control technology.

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