Bulker Harvest Sky Still Aground off Taiwan

Panama-flagged bulk carrier Harvest Sky is still stuck off the coast of Taiwan’s Taoyuan City, where it ran ...

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DNV GL Rolls Out Electronic Certificates across Entire Fleet

Classification society DNV GL has started introducing IMO compliant electronic class and statutory certificates ...

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USCG Ends Search for Man Missing after Platform Explosion

The search for the man who was unaccounted for after an explosion on an oil platform in Lake Pontchartrain near ...

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GOGL to Buy Capesize Duo, Terminate Waiver Restrictions

Norway-based dry bulk shipping company Golden Ocean Group Limited (GOGL) has reached and agreement to purchase two ...

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Girl Dies after Falling aboard Carnival Glory

An 8-year-old girl died following a fall while on board a Carnival Cruise Line’s ship, Carnival Glory, while ...

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Shreyas Shipping Bolsters Fleet with Vessel Trio

Last week was very busy for Jebel Ali-based Transworld Group as the shipping and marine logistics conglomerate ...

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Maersk Is Not on the Scrubber Team

The IMO’s 0.5 sulfur cap on marine fuel set to enter into force in 2020 has caused numerous headaches to ...

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Tanker Refloated after Grounding off Maldives

The 1983-built oil product tanker Guraab has been refloated after it ran aground on a reef at Lhaviyani Felivaru, ...

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AMSteel to Operate King Abdullah Port's Bulk Terminal

Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah Port has signed an agreement with port operator AMSteel for the operation of ...

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JMU Names New LNG Carrier for MOL, Tokyo Gas

Japan Marine United Corporation (JMU) held a naming ceremony for a newbuilding liquefied natural gas (LNG) carrier ...

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NRF: Modernize NAFTA, Do Not Withdraw

The United States should work to modernize the North American Free Trade Agreement but should not withdraw from the ...

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P&O Ferries' Larne-Cairnryan Q3 Volumes Highest since 2011

UK-based ferry operator P&O Ferries saw the strongest freight numbers between Larne and Cairnryan in the third ...

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Hackers Access BW Group's IT Systems

Hackers recently managed to gain access to computer systems of BW Group, the company confirmed to World Maritime ...

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All Clear at Port of Durban in Storm Aftermath

All navigable areas of the Port of Durban have now been declared safe for navigation, Transnet National Ports ...

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One Missing after Oil Platform Explodes in Louisiana

Relevant authorities are searching for a worker who went missing following an explosion on an oil platform in Lake ...

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Roll Group Taking Remaining Two Vessels from BigRoll JV

Following last week’s announcement by Dutch heavy lift company BigLift Shipping about parting ways with Roll ...

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Nautilus Urges UK to Tackle Seafarer Exploitation

In the light of new figures showing exploitation in the shipping industry is widespread, the maritime trade union ...

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Global Seaborne Trade to Grow by Up to 4 Pct in 2017

Following a weaker performance in 2015, global seaborne trade growth illustrated its ability to bounce back ...

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Moody's Sets CMA CGM's Outlook at Positive

The corporate family rating of French shipping major CMA CGM has been affirmed at B1, the probability of default ...

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HMM Eyes USD 614 Mn from Share Sale

Hyundai Merchant Marine (HMM) is targeting to raise KRW 693.6 billion (USD 614 million) from a sale of shares, the ...

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Eleven Missing after Bulker Sinks off Philippines

Eleven crew members are missing after the 57,367 dwt bulk carrier Emerald Star sank in the morning hours of October ...

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Varun's Ships Banned from UAE Ports

All ships belonging to Varun Resources Limited have been banned from calling the United Arab Emirates (UAE) ports, ...

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First Attempt to Refloat Kea Trader Fails

The first attempt to refloat the grounded containership Kea Trader earlier this week failed, according to data ...

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Car Carries Get Bigger as Transport Demand Shrinks

While global production of motor vehicles continues to grow, rising by 4.6% in 2016, the seaborne trade volumes of ...

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HHI's Survival Put to Question If Order Shortage Persists

Despite a surge in orders at South Korean shipyards in September which enabled them to overpower their Chinese ...

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Financial Burden from Upcoming Regulations Imminent

The forthcoming environmental regulations are likely to affect the global container shipping industry in an ...

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