Transformation of How Ports Operate Imminent

IBM expert discusses digitization of the maritime industry.

NGO: Greek, German Owners Top South Asian Scrapping List

Greek and German shipowners top the list of countries which sent the most end-of-life ships to South Asia.

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Maersk Targets USD 600 Mn in Synergies by 2019

Maersk Group has set sights on achieving internal synergies of USD 600 million by the end of 2019.

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MPC Container Ships Agrees to Buy 14 More Vessels

MPC Container Ships has reached an agreement to acquired a fleet of 14 feeder container vessels.

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Korea Grants Further Class Approval for Drone Inspections

KRS granted a further class approval for the use of drones in inspections of enclosed spaces aboard ships.

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Bilbao Port Cargo Volumes Highest Since 2006

Spanish Port of Bilbao recorded a 7% cargo volume growth by handling 34.2 million tons in 2017, a 2.2 million-ton ...

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Boxship Allides with Kiel Canal Gate

A containership allided with the southern gate of Kiel-Holtenau lock at a speed of more than 20 km/h on late February 19.

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Great Eastern Bets on VLCC Scrapping to Ease Tanker Woes

The only light at the end of the tunnel for large tankers seems to be scrapping.

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ECSA: Indonesia's New Shipping Law Raises Concerns

European shipowners expressed their concern over Indonesia's new decree on maritime transportation.

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GOGL Reports Better Earnings in 4Q 2017

Golden Ocean Group ended the fourth quarter of 2017 with a net income of USD 27.1 million.

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OSK-ShipTech to Design MSC’s RoPax Giants

OSK-ShipTech will provide the concept design for the four RoPax ferries ordered by MSC Group and Onorato Armatori.

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Korea Line Pens USD 608 Mn Deal with Vale

Korea Line Corporation pens iron ore transport deal with Brazilian miner Vale.

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Hurtigruten's New Hybrid-Powered Cruise Ship Launched

Kleven launches new hybrid-powered cruise ship MS Roald Amundsen for Hurtigruten.

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Rudder Issue Leaves Cargo Ship Disabled in Scotland

The 1,200 tonne CEG Universe got disabled after its rudder broke in the Kylerhea Narrows, Scotland.

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Rotterdam Port Bunkers Less Fuel Oil but More LNG in 2017

Sale of bunker oil decreases, while throughput of bunkered LNG rises at Port of Rotteram.

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ABP's Hull Terminal to Boost Capacity with New Cranes

Hull Container Terminal welcomes two ship-to-shore gantry cranes that will enable the facility to increase capacity.

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LOOP Exports First Oil as Fully Laden VLCC Heads for China

The first Supertanker to be loaded at LOOP heads for China fully-laden.

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Pressure in Tanker Shipping Market Extends into 2018

Tanker shipping markets are under massive pressure from low demand growth, according to BIMCO.

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AD Ports, Autoterminal Form JV to Manage RoRo/Car Terminal

Abu Dhabi Ports and Autoterminal revealed plans to jointly manage the RoRo/car terminal at Khalifa Port.

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EIB, ING Earmark Over USD 370 Mn for Green Shipping

EIB and ING assign EUR 300 million (USD 372.5million) for green shipping investments.

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OceanGold Tankers Linked to Four New Orders

OceanGold Tankers has reportedly ordered up to four new vessels at two South Korean yards.

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NYSHEX CEO: Digitization Is the New Normal

CEO of New York Shipping Exchange speaks about progress made so far and future plans.

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Symphony of the Seas Returns from Sea Trials

Royal Caribbean's Symphony of the Seas has completed the first round of sea trials.

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Maersk Line Books 15,000 TEU Boxship Duo at HHI

Maersk Line has exercised an option for the construction of two 15, 200 TEU containerships at Hyundai Heavy Industries.

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Clarksons: Ship Numbers to Remain Same as Capacity Grows

The containership fleet has been stuck at around 5,000 units for some time now, according to Clarksons.

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Infographic: The Ocean Cleanup Is Set into Motion

This coming May, the first Ocean Cleanup system will be deployed in the Great Pacific Ocean to collect plastic.

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USCG Ends Search for Missing Chief Mate of GOGL's Bulker

USCG suspends search for missing crew member of Golden Jake, a Panamax bulker owned by GOGL.

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India Inaugurates Its Largest Container Terminal

JNPT's Fourth Container Terminal has been inaugurated following the completion of the first construction phase.

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