Sailcargo Returning to Basics to Tackle Emissions

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Sailcargo goes back to the roots of shipbuilding industry.

Number of Licensed Maritime Professionals in ...

The preference for Filipino seafarers in the maritime industry is exemplified in the continuing growth of licensed ...

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USA: Crowley Launches First Ocean Class Tug Boat

USA-Crowley Launches First Ocean Class Tug Boat

Crowley Maritime Corp. announces the recent launch the Ocean Wave, the first of four Ocean Class tugboats under ...

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Singapore: Cathelco Provides Desalinators for West Java ...

Cathelco Provides Desalinators for Singapore Shipyard Projects

Overseas sales of Cathelco Seafresh reverse osmosis desalinators continue to gain momentum with the announcement of ...

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Maersk Line Receives Shipping Line of the Year Award in ...

Maersk Line Receives Shipping Line of the Year Award in Shanghai, China

Maersk Line, container shipping company and part of the A.P. Moller – Maersk Group has been recognized with ...

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Russia to Build Four Diesel Icebreakers

-Russia to Build Four Diesel Icebreakers-

The United Shipbuilding Corporation, Federal Agency for Maritime and River Transport (Rosmorrechflot) and the ...

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China: Naming and Delivery Ceremony for PD’s New ...

China - Naming and Delivery Ceremony for PD's New Bulk Carrier

Recently, naming & delivery ceremony for 57.000 DWT B.C. was held at Jiangsu Hantong Ship Heavy Industry. On ...

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Senegal: Port of Dakar to Become Important Industrial ...

Expansion work begins next year to upgrade West Africa’s busy and historic port. (chinadaily) Source: chinadaily, ...

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Germany: Scandlines Launches New Ferry

Germany - Scandlines Launches New Ferry

Scandlines and P + S shipyards are celebrating another milestone on their way to putting their two new builds into ...

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Sri Lanka Navy Helps Trawler Ship Aradana in Northern Seas

Sri Lanka Navy Helps Trawler Ship Aradana in Northern Seas

Sri Lanka Navy rendered assistance to the multiday fishing trawler “Aradana”, which had been stranded in the ...

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Dr Sargison from BMT WBM Wins Professional Engineer of ...

Dr Sargison from BMT WBM Wins Professional Engineer of the Year Award, Australia

BMT WBM, a subsidiary of BMT Group Ltd, the international engineering, maritime and risk management consultancy, ...

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EU Commission Proposes New Fund for Maritime and ...

EU Commission Proposes New Fund for Maritime and Fisheries Policies

The European Commission has proposed a new fund for the EU’s maritime and fisheries policies for the period ...

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China: CNPC’s Pipe-laying Vessel Sails to Hong Kong

  On November 26, the pipe-laying vessel ZHONG YOU HAI 101 left the Port of Qingdao. The vessel is expected to ...

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Germany: Phoenix Reisen Sends Two Ships to Lloyd Werft

  As recently as last May, Lloyd Werft converted the cruise liner MS “Artania” (ex “Artemis”) for Phoenix ...

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South Korea: Hyundai Heavy Loads Largest Offshore Platform

South Korea -Hyundai Heavy Loads Largest Offshore Platform

Hyundai Heavy Industries, shipbuilder and an offshore facilities manufacturer, loaded the world’s largest offshore ...

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China: Wang Tak Shipbuilding Delivers New Fireboat

China - Wang Tak Shipbuilding Delivers New Fireboat

Recently, the new RAnger 4600 Class Fireboat, Guan Xiao Er Hao was delivered to the Dongguan Fire Services ...

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Japan: Eco Marine Starts Development of Unmanned ...

Japan - Eco Marine Starts Development of Unmanned Surface Vessel

As part of its expanding research programme, Eco Marine Power Co. Ltd. of Fukuoka, Japan announced today that it ...

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Belgium Based Hydrex Applies Ecospeed on Two Newbuilds

Belgium Based Hydrex Applies Ecospeed on Two Newbuilds

A Norwegian based shipping company chose Ecospeed to give lasting protection to their two newbuild general cargo ...

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New Zealand: Rena Still Intact

New Zealand - Rena Still Intact

Rena is still intact after the weekend’s stormy weather. Electronic sensors monitoring the movement of the wreck ...

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Norway: TGS Charters New Build Vessel MV Polar Duchess

Norway - TGS Charters New Build Vessel MV Polar Duchess

TGS announces that it has signed a letter of award with Dolphin Geophysical to charter the 12 streamer new build ...

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Voith Turbo Announces New Marine Division Director in ...

Voith Turbo has expanded its presence on the Gulf Coast with the addition of a Marine Division Director based in ...

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USD: Ingalls Shipbuilding Wins USD 46 Million ...

USD - Ingalls Shipbuilding Wins USD 46 Million Zumwalt-class Destroyer Contract

Huntington Ingalls Industries, company’s Ingalls Shipbuilding​ division, has been awarded an advance procurement ...

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Germany: GL Holds Exchange Forum about Scrubber Technology

Germany - GL Holds Exchange Forum about Scrubber Technology

Pressure on the shipping industry to reduce the air emissions from vessels grows day by day. Regulations to more ...

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UAE: Drydocks World, AET Sign Contract for Two MCV ...

UAE - Drydocks World, AET Sign Contract for Two MCV Conversion Projects

Drydocks World has signed a Contract with Singapore based AET for two Tanker-to-Modular Capture Vessel (MCV) ...

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Russia to Construct New Borei-A Class Submarines in 2012

Russia will start construction of serial strategic nuclear-powered submarines SSBN Borei-A class in 2012, Sevmash ...

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Philippines: NEDA Calls on Maritime Industry to Upgrade ...

  The National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA) has called on the maritime industry to upgrade its ...

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Sweden: Nordic Investment Bank Finances Gavle Port Expansion

  Gävle hamn is in a phase of expansion and is investing in new quays, larger port areas, a new entrance ...

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Uljanik Shipyard Starts Construction of Two Vessels for ...

Uljanik Shipyard Starts Construction of Two Vessels for Caspian Shipping Company

At Uljanik shipyard’s slipway No.1, on 25th November 2011, the ceremony of laying of two keels for Yards 498 and ...

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