Transformation of How Ports Operate Imminent

IBM expert discusses digitization of the maritime industry.

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Tacoma Welcomes US West Coast's Largest Container Cranes

A giant ship carrying four of the West Coast’s largest container cranes arrives in Tacoma.

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Kea Trader's Stern Partially Submerged after Cyclone

The split hull of Lomar Shipping's ill-fated Kea Trader has gotten further into trouble following a cyclone.

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US FTC Opposes Wilhelmsen’s Acquisition of Drew Marine

US Federal Trade Commission challenges Wilhelmsen Group's planned acquisition of Drew Marine Group.

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NYSHEX CEO: Digitization Is the New Normal

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

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Nauticor Extends LNG Supply Network to Rotterdam Port

Nauticor has extended its LNG supply network for ships within the North Sea region.

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MT Leopard Sun Attacked off Somalia

MT Leopard Sun was attacked by pirates on February 22, some 165 km off the central coast of Somalia.

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Eimskip in Growth Mode

Eimskip ended 2017 with a net income of EUR 16.8 million, down from EUR 21.9 million seen a year earlier.

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Wisdom Marine Books Two More Bulkers in Japan

Taiwanese shipping company Wisdom Marine is investing USD 68 million in two new NOx Tier III bulk carriers.

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Denmark, South Korea to Cooperate on E-Navigation

Denmark and South Korea have decided to expand their cooperation to maritime navigation.

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Tanker Hang Yu 11 Refloated after Days of Ordeal

A Panama-flagged oil product tanker Hang Yu 11 refloated after almost three weeks of being grounded.

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J. Lauritzen Delivers Loss, Prepares for Market Recovery

J. Lauritzen is ready for a market recovery on the back of its refinancing and recapitalization in 2017.

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Colombo Port Reaches 6.2 Mn Container Mark

Sri Lanka's Port of Colombo reached 6.2 million containers in December 2017, for the first time in its history.

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Denmark Nears New Ship Routes in Skagerrak, Kattegat

Danish Maritime Authority has received an approval for its new ships' routeing measures proposal.

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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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Remaking of Maersk Will Take 3-5 Years

The transformation of Maersk from a conglomerate to an integrated global container logistics company to take 3-5 years.

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India, Iran Ink Short-Term Lease for Part of Chabahar Port

India has signed a short-term lease with Iran to operate Shahid Beheshti Port, part of Chabahar Port.

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Greek Parliament Gives Nod to Thessaloniki Port Sale

The Greek Parliament has ratified the concession contract for the privatization of the Port of Thessaloniki.

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PIL, PSA, IBM Conclude Blockchain Trial

PIL, PSA and IBM Singapore perform a blockchain-based supply chain platform trial.

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DP World Takes Djibouti to Court Again over DCT Concession

DP World has launched new arbitration proceedings in London against the Government of Djibouti. 

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Diana Shipping Widens Loss as Revenue Rises

Dry bulk owner Diana Shipping fell deeper into loss during 2017, while its revenue was on the rise.

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StealthGas Starts Year with Several Charter Contracts

StealthGas has signed a number of time charter agreements as it improved its earnings in 2017.

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Scotland Funds Study on Wind-to-Hydrogen Ferry Service

Scotland grants funding for a feasibility study into developing a hydrogen-powered ferry service.

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Djibouti Bins DP World's DCT Concession Deal

Djibouti terminated the concession contract with DP World for the operation of the Doraleh Container Terminal.

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Teekay LNG Partners Sells Interest in Excelsior FSRU

Teekay LNG Partners has sold its 50 percent interest in Excelsior FSRU to gas shipping company Excelerate Energy.

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Hapag-Lloyd CEO Dismisses Overcapacity Fears

Demand is still high enough to potentially improve the fundamental market balance.

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MOL Tied to Bulker Order at Oshima

Mitsui O.S.K Lines linked to an order for three 56,000 dwt bulk carriers at Oshima Shipbuilding.

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