We Will Be Industry's Collective Voice on IT

Andre Simha, CIO at MSC

MSC's CIO André Simha reveals what were key drivers behind liner association on digitalization.

SunStone Orders Another Two Expedition Cruise Vessels

SunStone

Miami-based SunStone Ships has decided to order two more expedition cruise vessels in China. 

read more →

Maersk Bounces Back to Profit in Q3

Soren Skou, CEO of Maersk

Skou: We are not where we want to be in absolute terms, but we are improving significantly.

read more →

Diana Shipping Fixes Kamsarmax Bulker with Glencore

Bulker

Diana Shipping signs time charter deal with Glencore Agriculture for one of its Kamsarmax vessels.

read more →

Robots Are Coming – to Clean Cargo Holds

Shipping

Norden: Robots could soon take over the process of cleaning cargo holds of dry bulk vessels.

read more →

HHLA Aims to Be Gateway to the Future

HHLA aims to be the gateway to the future, enabling containerships, trains but also data flow through this gateway.

read more →

CTMA Ferry Procurement Hits Legal Hurdles

gavel

The procurement process has been halted and the matter is presently before the courts.

read more →

QTerminals Marks New Container, Cargo Handling Milestones

Hamad Port, QTerminals

QTerminals handles two million TEU and five million tonnes of general cargo by the end of October 2018.

read more →

ICS: International Trade Not a Zero-Sum Game

ships in Singapore

Challenging of the proven benefits of multilateralism in global trade by the U.S. could pose serious threats.

read more →

ClassNK, TÜV Rheinland Team Up on Cybersecurity Services

classnk

ClassNK and TÜV Rheinland have entered into a partnership agreement for cybersecurity services.

read more →

DFDS: New Mediterranean Business Boosts Q3 Earnings

DFDS

DFDS recorded an increase in its earnings during the third quarter of this year.

read more →

Photos: Norwegian Frigate Continues Sinking

Helge Ingstad has almost completely sunk based on the latest footage released by the Norwegian Navy.

read more →

Three Mariners Die in Ship's Cargo Hold off Japan

confined space sign

Three crew members of the Panama-flagged general cargo vessel Apollo Kita died.

read more →

NAT Sinks Deeper into the Red

tanker

NAT posted a net loss of USD 38 million for Q3, 2018, widening its loss from last year's USD 34.2 million. 

read more →

Mystic Cruises Orders Two Polar Expedition Ships

Mystic Cruises

Mystic Cruises has ordered two polar expedition vessels from compatriot West Sea shipyard.

read more →

Atlantska Plovidba Buys Second-Hand Panamax

bulker

Croatian shipping company Atlantska Plovidba has acquired 2008-built Panamax bulker.

read more →

​IMRF, The Nautical Institute Join Forces for Safety at Sea

Lifebuoy

IMRF, The Nautical Institute signed an MOU to jointly work on projects that improve safety at sea.

read more →

KOTUG, Petroconsult Form Joint Venture

rotortug

KOTUG and Petroconsult create a joint venture company called KOTUG PETRO Maritime (KPM).  

read more →

Wan Hai Lines Pens Construction Deals for 20 Boxships

Wan Hai Lines contract signing

Wan Hai Lines renewing fleet with 20 ships.

read more →

ICTSI Looking to Invest in Two Philippine Ports

ICTSI

ICTSI submits proposal to develop two Philippine ports under a USD 93.9 million investment.

read more →

Diana Shipping Sells Panamax, Secures Work for Bulker Duo

Bulker

Diana Shipping agreed to sell one of its Panamaxes and signed charter contracts for two of its ships.

read more →

OSG Expects to Benefit from Improving Market

Tanker

Overseas Shipholding Group (OSG) closed the first nine months of this year with improved earnings.

read more →

Pirates Fire at LNG Carrier off Nigeria

piracy

An LNG tanker was chased and fired upon by nine pirates in a speed boat on November 6.

read more →

Yang Ming Optimizing Fleet with 14,000 TEU Quartet

Yang Ming containership

Yang Ming returning seven higher-cost chartered vessels in 2019.

read more →

NRF: US Retail Imports Remain Strong ahead of Tariff Rise

Containership

Imports at major retail container ports in the US remain at unusually high levels before tariffs increase in January.

read more →

North Sea Crude Oil Market Shifting to Larger Tankers

Euronav tanker

North Sea crude expected to be moved over longer distances, stimulating ton-mile demand.

read more →

DP World Celebrates USD 3.3 Bn Sukuk and Bonds Listings

DP World rings the market-opening bell at Nasdaq Dubai to commemorate multi-currency Sukuk and bonds listings.

read more →

EuroDry Expands Fleet with Second-Hand Panamax

Bulker

The latest purchase will bring EuroDry's fleet to 7 ships.

read more →