NYSHEX CEO: Digitization Is the New Normal

CEO of New York Shipping Exchange speaks about progress made so far and future plans.

Pirates Fire Upon Tanker in Gulf of Guinea

Pirates fired upon a crude oil tanker after repeatedly attempting to board the ship off Brass, Nigeria.

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Exmar's Barge-Based FSRU Sailing to Singapore

Exmar's barge-based FSRU has left the Wison Nantong shipyard and is on its way to Singapore.

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KNOT Shuttle Tankers Adds Dropdown Duo

KNOT Offshore Partners enters a dropdown deal with Knutsen NYK for two shuttle tankers.

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Transformation of How Ports Operate Imminent

IBM expert discusses digitization of the maritime industry.

Navios Holdings Cuts Loss, Expands Fleet in 2017

Navios Maritime Holdings managed to shrink its net loss and increase its fleet capacity in 2017.

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Baltic Reefers Becomes Top Conventional Reefer Operator

Dynamar: Baltic Reefers is for the first time the biggest player among conventional reefer ship operators.

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World's First LNG-Fueled Bulker Delivered in South Korea

South Korea's Ilshin Logistics has taken delivery of Ilshin Green Iris, the world's first LNG-fueled bulk carrier.

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Four Car Carriers Hit with USD 486 Mn Cartel Fine

CSAV, "K" Line, MOL, NYK, and WWL-EUKOR involved in a car transport cartel, EC finds.

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Development of Tuas Terminal Phase II Moves Forward

A consortium of three companies has won a contract for the port development project Tuas Terminal Phase II in Singapore.

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Brokers: Hyundai On a Roll

Hyundai Heavy Industries Group's affiliates wrap up a busy week with ten newbuilding orders in the bag.

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Key Drivers That Push Ship Management's Split

The ship management sector is broadly split between independent ship managers and in-house managers.

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Boxship Ordering Lull Is Over

Containership owners have broken the ordering silence.

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Uruguay Navy Ship Evacuates Crewman from Bulker

An ill crewmember has been evacuated from a bulk carrier some 15 miles from the Port of Piriápolis.

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BIMCO: 2018 Is the Year of Opportunity for Dry Bulk Shipping

The dry bulk shipping industry should be facing another year of improvement to the fundamental balance.

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Shipping 360

This course is ideal for those who have recently joined the maritime sector and those who need to have a better understanding…

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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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Shippax Ferry Conference 2018

The two-day onboard ferry conference was first organized in 2003 and grows ever more popular with some 400 delegates from over 40 ferry…

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8th Dredging & Land Reclamation World Summit 2018

The 8th Dredging and Land Reclamation Summit 2018 will gather the decision makers from Authorities and Operators responsible for ports…

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BP Pinpoints to Further Diversification of Energy Mix

BP expects the global energy mix to reach the most diverse point the world has ever seen by 2040.

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Aegean Marine Petroleum to Acquire H.E.C.

Marine fuel logistics company Aegean Marine Petroleum Network has decided to acquire H.E.C. Europe Limited.

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Panama Canal, Cheniere Working to Increase LNG Transits

The Panama Canal Authority is working to increase the number of LNG vessel transits.

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Matson Delivers Higher Income in a 'Solid Year'

Matson's net income increases in 4Q 2017, supported by strong demand in its China service.

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OOCL Extends Charter with GSL at Lower Rate

OOCL hires Global Ship Lease's OOCL Qingdao for another year at a rate of USD 14,000 per day.

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SCF, Shell Ink Charter Deals for LNG-Fuelled Aframax Duo

Sovcomflot has signed time-charter agreements for two dual-fuelled Aframax tankers with Shell.

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Diana Containerships Books Full-Year Profit

Diana Containerships managed to return to full-year profit, rebounding from a major loss from the previous year.

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Spotted: CMA CGM Newbuild Makes Maiden Call at Busan Port

Busan New Port BNCT Terminal welcomed on February 6 the 20,600 TEU CMA CGM Antoine de Saint Exupery.

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Top Ten Carriers Control Almost 90 Pct of Deep Sea Market

More than 87 pct of the global fleet capacity is controlled by only ten out of 67 shipping lines.

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BIMCO: Global Economic Growth Beneficial for Shipping

If it materializes, global economic growth in 2018 and 2019 will be highly beneficial for container shipping.

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NGO: Greek, German Owners Top South Asian Scrapping List

Greek and German shipowners top the list of countries which sent the most end-of-life ships to South Asia.

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Maersk Targets USD 600 Mn in Synergies by 2019

Maersk Group has set sights on achieving internal synergies of USD 600 million by the end of 2019.

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