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Brokers: Chengxi Shipyard Wins Kamsarmax Quartet

BoCom Financial Leasing orders four Kamsarmaxes at Chengxi Shipyard, according to Asiasis.

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Video: Teekay’s 1st Aframax Tanker Transits Panama Canal

Teekay has shared a video of Leyte Spirit which completed transit through the Panama Canal earlier this month.

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Uljanik Delivers Algoma's 1st Self-Unloader

Algoma Innovator, a bulk carrier owned by Algoma, was delivered at 3. Maj shipyard on December 14.

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S&P: Hapag-Lloyd’s Rating Outlook Revised to Stable

Standard & Poor's affirmed Hapag-Lloyd's B+ rating and revised its outlook from negative to stable.

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DSME Workers Stage Strike Demanding Pay Increase

DSME workers staged a four-hour strike on December 12 asking for a pay increase.

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IBIA: Low Sulphur Fuel Best Solution for Global Cap

Low sulphur fuel oil is believed to be the best solution for compliance with the 0.50% sulphur limit in 2020.

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Europe to Get Its 1st Converted Dual-Fuel Dredger

Damen has won a contract for Europe's 1st conversion of a dredger to dual-fuel capability combining LNG and MGO.

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World’s Largest LNG-Fuelled Ship about to Enter the Market

Hyundai Heavy Industries gears up for the delivery of the world’s largest LNG-fuelled ship.

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Safe Bulkers Expands Its Fleet with Post-Panamax Ship

Safe Bulkers has acquired a South Korean-built dry bulk Post-Panamax class vessel "at an attractive price".

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Yang Ming to Spread Roots in Asia

Yang Ming Marine Transport Corporation (Yang Ming) has unveiled its plans to expand throughout Asia.

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Navios Containers Acquires Boxship Quartet

Navios Maritime Containers has taken delivery of four Panamax containerships.

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Det Norske Veritas Becomes DNV GL's Majority Owner

Det Norske Veritas now owns a majority stake in classification society DNV GL.

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India to Ratify Hong Kong Ship-Recycling Convention?

The Indian government has drafted legislation to ratify the Hong Kong Convention on safe ship-recycling.

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North America Trade Imbalance Erodes Round-Trip Rates

The increasing trade imbalance into North America undermines the round-trip rates for containers, SeaIntel said.

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Odfjell SE Seals Singapore Tank Terminal Sale

Odfjell Terminals has closed the sale of its 50 percent ownership in Oiltanking Odfjell Terminal Singapore.

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WWL Fleet Ready for EU MRV

Wallenius Wilhelmsen group has received class approval for its MRV plans across the company's fleet.

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Maersk Line Pulling Out of TSA

Maersk Line is withdrawing from the Transpacific Stabilization Agreement (TSA) this month.

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Scorpio Bulkers Targets USD 500 Mn with Mixed Shelf

Scorpio Bulkers has filed a registration for a mixed shelf offering targeting up to USD 500 million.

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New CEO Taking Helm at Bahri

Bahri has appointed Abdullah Aldubaikhi as the company’s new Chief Executive Officer, effective January 1, 2018.

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Wärtsilä, MHI-MME Team Up on Power, Propulsion for Ships

Wärtsilä and MHI-MME have signed an MOU regarding the commercial marketing of a new energy solution for ships.

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Green Marine Ship Owners Cut GHG Emissions

Green Marine ship owners have managed to achieve a 1.4% average annual reduction in GHG intensity.

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Moody's: Carriers' Consolidation Will Continue into 2018

Consolidation will continue apace in the container shipping industry into 2018, Moody's said.

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Seacor Unit Sells One of Its ECO-Class Tankers

Seacor Holdings' SEA-Vista subsidiary has reached an agreement to sell one of its ECO-Class tankers for USD 135 million.

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Video: Huge Stern Section of AIDAnova Undocked in Papenburg

On December 11, the stern section of AIDAnova became the first of two giant ship modules to be undocked in Papenburg.

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Containers at Melbourne's VICT Still Stranded

Australian court orders union officers to abandon their picket at the Victoria International Container Terminal (VICT).

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L.G.R. di Navigazione Sells Final Vessel Pair

L.G.R. di Navigazione has disposed of two MR2 tankers, the last two vessels in its fleet.

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World’s Largest Containership Fleet Is Here

Maersk Line and Hamburg Süd create the world's largest containership fleet of 773 vessels.

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