RMT: New Report on UK Seafarer Jobs a Call for Gov't

Maritime union RMT welcomed a new report on UK seafarer jobs which reveals that existing employment practices in ...

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Sener to Unveil Its LNG Bunkering Vessel Design

Spanish engineering and construction company Sener said that it will unveil its new design for a liquefied natural ...

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First Hammonia Ship Commissions AMP System

MV Sealand Los Angeles, the first vessel in a fleet managed by German ship management company Hammonia ...

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Genting Dream to Be Homeported in Singapore Year-Round

Asian cruise operator Dream Cruises plans to homeport its inaugural vessel, Genting Dream, year-round in Singapore ...

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FMC: RoRo Carriers to Jointly Negotiate for Tug Services

Roll-on/roll-off (RoRo) vessels deployed in services covered by a cooperative working agreement between four major ...

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Carnival Returns to Fincantieri for Two More Cruise Ships

Cruise shipping giant Carnival Corporation & plc has signed a memorandum of agreement with Italian shipbuilder ...

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ITOPF: Oil Tanker Spills See Downward Trend

The downward trend in oil spills from tankers continues, according to the latest annual statistics issued by the ...

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HDASCO Line Sets Up New Service to Le Havre

Iranian national shipping company HDASCO Line plans to launch a new container shipping service between Haropa – ...

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Scorpio Tankers Secures Funding for 8 Newbuildings

NYSE-listed Scorpio Tankers has received commitments for a loan facility of up to USD 172 million from a group of ...

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Report: Yang Ming Quashes Merger Talks

Hanjin, Hyundai and Yang Ming Launch Asia-Latin America Service

Taiwanese ocean carrier Yang Ming Marine Transport has dismissed any possibility of a potential merger as the ...

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Aurora LPG Bows Out

Aurora LPG has become a fully owned and integrated subsidiary of the Singapore-based BW LPG, with all nine of the ...

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RoPax Ferry Catches Fire off Isle of Wight

A car and passenger ferry operating between UK mainland and the Isle of Wight caught fire in the morning hours of ...

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Report: US Court Approves Sale of Hanjin’s Stake in TTI

The US Bankruptcy Court has approved the USD 78 million sale of Hanjin Shipping’s stake in terminal operator ...

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P&O Ferries Marks 5-Year Volume High on Larne-Cairnryan

P&O Ferries has handled the highest volume of freight in five years on its Larne-Cairnryan service in 2016. The ...

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Green Discount Initiative Takes Root at Port of Gothenburg

One in three vessels that called at Sweden’s Port of Gothenburg in 2016 were classified as green according to ...

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Ice Traps Four-Vessel Convoy off Chukotka

A convoy of four vessels, two bulk carriers and two icebreakers, is trapped by ice off the coast of Chukotka ...

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UK Detains One Foreign Flagged Vessel in December

Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) has informed that one new vessel was detained in a UK port during December ...

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Update: Alliance St. Louis Heads to Port Arthur

The vehicle carrier Alliance St. Louis, which suffered an engine room fire some 150 miles south of Southwest Pass, ...

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Diana Shipping Finds Work for Two Bulkers

Athens-based dry bulk specialist Diana Shipping has, through separate wholly-owned subsidiaries, entered into time ...

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Secondhand Aframax Joins G E Shipping’s Fleet

Mumbai-based Great Eastern Shipping (G E Shipping) has taken delivery of a secondhand Aframax crude carrier from an ...

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MISC Kicks Off FSO Benchamas 2 Conversion Project

MISC Berhad, a subsidiary of Petronas, has marked the start of the floating, storage and offloading (FSO) Benchamas ...

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Navios Partners Completes Sale of MSC Cristina

US-headquartered dry bulk shipping company Navios Maritime Partners revealed it has completed the sale of MSC ...

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US DOJ Slaps Polluters with Over USD 363Mn in Fines in 2016

The US Department of Justice’s Environment and Natural Resources Division imposed criminal penalties to the amount ...

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Hong Kong Marks First Sub-20 Million TEU Year Since 2002

Annual container volumes at the Port of Hong Kong have fallen below 20 million TEU for the first time in thirteen ...

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Bulker Halts Traffic in Elbe River

A Capesize bulk carrier blocked vessel traffic in the Elbe River, Germany, after it suffered an engine damage in ...

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1 Dead, 6 Missing After 2 Cargo Ships Sink off Philippines

One crewman died and six have been reported as missing following the sinking of two cargo vessels off the ...

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Honduran Puerto Cortes Terminal Set For Expansion Works

Operadura Portuaria Centroamericana SA de CV (OPC), a subsidiary of International Container Terminal Services, Inc. ...

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