Quijano: We Have Had to Come Out of Our Shell

Jorge Quijano

WMN interviews Administrator of the Panama Canal, Jorge Quijano.

More than 30 Dead after Ferry Sinks off Indonesia

More than 30 people died following the capsizing of a ferry in the waters off Indonesia on Tuesday.

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Australia Detains Ship, Arrests Its Owners

The Australian Maritime Safety Authority detains a domestic-flagged ship believed to be unseaworthy.

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Yang Ming Seals Charter for 10 Boxship Newbuilds

Yang Ming

Yang Ming Marine confirms charter for ten newbuilding containerships with Costamare and Shoei Kisen.

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China Sets Tier II Rules for Ships in Domestic Trade

Shaghai Port

China imposes Tier II rules on Chinese-flagged and imported ships employed on domestic trades.

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Completion of World’s Largest Sea Lock Delayed

Port of Amsterdam

Larger ships will wait until 2020 to call at Amsterdam amid delay of IJmuiden sea lock's completion.

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Angelicoussis Books Its 100th Ship at DSME


 Greek billionaire John Anthony Angelicoussis has ordered its 100th vessel at DSME.

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Video: Snake-Like Ocean Cleanup System Aces Tow Test

Computer rendering of a cleanup system floater

The final 600-meter system will be towed for a final test before being deployed out to the Great Pacific Garbage Patch.

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Philippines Stops Human Smuggling on Cruise Ship

Philippine authorities have stopped a smuggling attempt of 139 persons aboard a cruise ship in Bataan.

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Matson Christens the Largest U.S.-Built Containership


Matson christenes the largest containership ever built in the United States.

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Seabourn to Build Two Expedition Ships at Mariotti Damen

Cruise ship

Seabourn signed an LOI for two ultra-luxury expedition vessels with T. Mariotti, Damen Shipyards Group partnership.

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SSL Kolkata Lists Starboard following Further Explosions

The ordeal of the fire-stricken merchant vessel SSL Kolkata is far from over.

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Two Workers Dead in Longview Mooring Line Incident

Mooring lines

Two workers lost their lives and two more were injured in an incident at the Port of Longview on June 28.

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Video: Carnival Glory Rescues NCL's Missing Crewman

Carnival Glory rescues Norwegian Getaway's missing crew member after he spent 22 hrs drifting in the water.

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COSCO Gets Nod for OOCL Takeover in the Nick of Time

COSCO Shipping Holdings gets the 'all clear' from the Chinese anti-trust body for its takeover of OOCL.

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Hapag-Lloyd Downgrades Profit Forecast for 2018

Hapag-Lloyds containership Atif

Hapag-Lloyd has lowered its profit forecast for the financial year 2018 amid market headwinds.

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Euronav’s Latest ULCC Purchase Proves Size Matters

TI Oceania ULCC

Euronav Tankers NV brings the world's two ultra large crude carriers under its roof.

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Mariner Dies on board LPG Carrier off Mexico

A crew member of Seasuccess died while the ship was underway off the Mexican coast.

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Maersk Tankers' Newest Ship Aces Sea Trials

Maersk Tankers' next MR tanker has successfully conducted its sea trials.

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Frontline Takes 20 Pct Stake in Feen Marine Scrubbers

Frontline to acquire a 20 percent ownership interest in Feen Marine Scrubbers.

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Shippers More Dissatisfied with Carriers' Service Quality

Container ships

The level of customers' satisfaction with the service quality of container lines is down.

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Panama Canal Opens Its Locks to More LNG Vessels

LNG Sakura

Panama Canal will lift daylight and encounter restrictions to provide more LNG vessel transits.

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Thorco Lineage Refloated, Drifting off Raroia

Cargo ship Thorco Lineage is adrift off Raroia Atoll after it was refloated from the reef on June 27.

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LNG Bunkering No Longer a 'Chicken and Egg' Situation


Niotis: LNG bunkering has moved past the 'chicken and egg' situation.

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ABS to Provide Technical Support for probunkers' LNG Ships

ABS to provide technical support for probunkers' LNG bunker vessel project.

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LNG as Marine Fuel Expensive Distraction for EU

Study: USD 22 billion investment in LNG infrastructure for shipping in Europe a costly distraction.

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MAN Diesel & Turbo Rebrands

MAN Energy Solutions

MAN Diesel and Turbo has decided to rebrand in line with its new vision for the future.

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Indian Cargo Ship Develops Heavy List off Colombo

Cargo ship Mutha Pioneer developed a heavy list on June 26 off the coast of Colombo, Sri Lanka.

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