Over-Optimism Cause of Liners’ Woes?


Daniel Richards, container shipping analyst at MSI, comments on the state of play in the market.

Alfa Laval: BWTS Installation Not to Be Taken Lightly

Alfa Laval: Shipowners should take at least nine months for the planning process prior to BWTS installation.

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Klaveness Combination Carriers Raises Money for New Ships


Klaveness Combination Carriers raises USD 45 million to finance two newbuilds.

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Report: EU Has Capacity to Break Its Ships


The EU-approved demolition yards will have enough capacity to handle demand from EU-flagged ships.

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It Took Us 2 Years to Be Taken Seriously

xChange representatives reveal challenges faced during launching of their startup and plans ahead.

Wightlink Names New Hybrid Energy Car Ferry

Wightlink has named its new hybrid energy car ferry intended for the Portsmouth-Fishbourne route.

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Teekay: Second Yamal LNG Icebreaker Delivered in Russia

Yamal LNG

The 2nd ice-class LNG vessel provided by Teekay to the Yamal LNG project was delivered in Sabetta.

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Bomin to Exit Singapore and Antwerp Bunker Markets


Bomin Group is to exit the bunker markets in Singapore and Antwerp ahead of the 2020 sulphur cap.

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Australia’s New Antarctic Icebreaker Floated

Antarctic icebreaker RSV Nuyina

Australia’s new Antarctic icebreaker, RSV Nuyina, has been floated at Damen Shipyards Galati.

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More Service Cuts Needed to Revive Asia-Europe Corridor


Drewry: Another service cut in Asia to North Europe corridor would help the spot market gain traction.

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Readers' Picks of the Week

Here are the most read stories of the past week.

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Report: Pirates Kidnap 12 Crew off Nigeria


Twelve crew members of a Swiss bulk carrier MV Glarus kidnapped off Nigeria.

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IUMI Worried over Containership Fires

Maersk Honam fire

Containership fires, mis-declared cargoes a worrying trend for marine insurers.

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HHIC Phil Adds Four Tankers to Its Orderbook


HHIC Phil received an order to built four tankers for Turkey-based Çukurova Holding.

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K Line to Comply with 2020 Sulphur Cap on Ship-by-Ship Basis

K Line

K Line plans to comply with the IMO's 2020 sulphur cap by adopting a myriad of available measures.

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CWC World LNG & Gas Series: 10th Asia Pacific Summit

Bringing together the key LNG buyers and sellers from across the globe, the Summit provides…

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Europort 2018

From 15-17 May 2018, the 12th edition of Europort Romania willl take place in the IDU Hall in Constanta…

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Defence Safety Conference Supported by The Defence Safety Authority, UK MoD

The Defence Safety Conference is the first of its kind exclusively dedicated to safety across the defence domain…

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Singapore International Bunkering Conference and Exhibition (SIBCON)

The 20th edition of the Singapore International Bunkering Conference and Exhibition (SIBCON) will be about inspiring change…

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Uljanik to Sell 3. Maj Shipyard

Uljanik Group could sell its 3. May shipyard in an effort to raise much-needed cash.

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Odfjell Finalizes Sale of Rotterdam Tank Terminal

Odfjell SE has finalized the sale of Odfjell Terminals Rotterdam (OTR).

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Wison's 300MW FSRP Gets AiP from Lloyd's Register

LR awards AiP to Wison with respect to its 300MW FSRP concept design.

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Detained Livestock Carrier Released after Crew Got Paid

AMSA surveyor

AMSA: Livestock carrier MV Maysora has been released from detention.

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Carnival Corp: Retrofitting to LNG Is Not an Option

Carnival ship sailing through the Panama Canal.

Strang: Carnival Corporation is not considering retrofitting existing vessels to LNG.

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GPA Eyes Major Container Terminal Expansion by 2028

GPA plans to expand the capacity of Savannah container terminal from 5.5 million to 8 million TEU by 2028.

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ABP Jumps on the Blockchain Bandwagon


Associated British Ports looking into the implementation of blockchain technology to improve port connectivity.

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Global Ship Lease Adds Maersk Line as Charterer

Maers Line ship

Global Ship Lease signs time charter contract with Danish liner Maersk Line for a 2004-built boxship.

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Ocean Cleanup Puts Its System to Final Tests

ocean cleanup

The Ocean Cleanup's System 001 starts the Pacific Trials.

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Trafigura Names 1st of 35 New Tankers

Trafigura Naming Ceremony

Trafigura today named the first of its 35 crude oil and product tankers being built in South Korea and China.

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BIFA: Sulphur Surcharge Will Be Extremely Unpopular

Monte Ayul, Maersk Lamanai

BIFA has slammed the recent introduction of the sulphur surcharge by the container shipping industry

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Sinotrans Shipping to Go Private?


Sinotrans Shipping, part of Sinotrans & CSC Holdings, has unveiled the possibility of a privatization.

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