NYSHEX CEO: Digitization Is the New Normal

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

Spotted: PhilaPort Hosts Another Record-Breaking MSC Ship

MSC Shuba has become the largest container vessel to ever call at the Port of Philadelphia.

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Cocaine Found on board Boxship in Santos, Brazil

Drug traffickers continue to target commercial ships for hiding their illicit shipments.

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Philly Shipyard Reports Rise in Profits, Revenues

Philly Shipyard achieved record high revenues and profits in 2017.

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BIMCO Lists Three Best Performing Bulk Terminals

BIMCO: Top three performing bulk terminals are Santander and Bilbao in Spain and Quebec in Canada.

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The Ocean Cleanup to Assemble 1st System in Alameda

The Ocean Cleanup and the City of Alameda have signed a lease agreement for Alameda Point.

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SeaIntel: Vessel Utilisation, Freight Rates Drop in 4Q 2017

Vessel utilisation, rate levels decrease year-on-year on both Transpacific and Asia-Europe trades in 4Q.

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Maersk Line Reports Two Sulfur Cap Breaches in 2017

Maersk Line identified two instances of non-compliance with the 0.1 pct sulfur cap in 2017.

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Waterfront to Add Four More Methanol-Fueled Ships

WFS, partners invest in four new ocean-going vessels powered by clean-burning methanol fuel.

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 Oversupply to Turn Up the Heat on Chemical Shipping in 2018

Chemical shipping freight rates will weaken due to the depressed outlook on overtonnaged long-haul routes.

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Louisiana Offshore Port Tests VLCC Loading

Louisiana Offshore Oil Port LLC (LOOP) launches test loading of a very large crude carrier (VLCC).

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Fitch: US Could Opt to Withdraw from NAFTA

There is a possibility that US may withdraw from NAFTA, according to Emma Griffith, Fitch Ratings.

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Keppel Confirms Receiving Summons in New EIG Lawsuit

Keppel Offshore and Marine Limited (KOM) has been served with a summons within a civil action lawsuit filed EIG.

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FY19 Budget to Cover Port of Corpus Christi CIP

The Port of Corpus Christi's CIP was included in the fiscal year 2019 Presidential Budget.

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Carnival Panorama to Homeport in Long Beach

Carnival Cruise Line's Carnival Panorama will be homeported in Long Beach from December 2019.

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Photos: USCG Starts Investigation into MOL Prestige Fire

Marine investigators inspect MOL Prestige within investigation into the cause of the engine room fire.

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Cheniere Ordered to Shut Down 2 Tanks at Sabine Pass

The US regulator orders Cheniere Energy to shut down two storage tanks at its Sabine Pass LNG export facility.

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MODEC Secures Charter Extension for Its FPSO

MODEC has reached an agreement for a contract extension for the FPSO Cidade de Niterói MV18.

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Montreal Port Pens Cooperation Deal with Mundra Port

On a trade mission to India, the Montreal Port Authority signs a cooperative agreement with Mundra Port.

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Mexico Finds Cocaine Attached to Hapag-Lloyd Ship

Mexican naval units find 42 kg of cocaine attached to containership at the Port of Lázaro Cárdenas.

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Complete Transformation of How Ports Operate Imminent

World Maritime News speaks with IBM expert on the digital transformation of the maritime industry.

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NAT Widens Full-Year Loss but Bullish on 2018

Due to volatility in the tanker shipping industry, NAT ended 2017 with a net loss of USD 75.5 million.

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Big Fleets to Hold in Check Tanker Consolidation

Big fleets and the diverse ownership of the remainder of the VLCC fleet to cap consolidation in the sector.

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NRF: Good Year Ahead for U.S. Container Ports

2018 promises to be a good year for U.S. container ports building on solid market fundamentals like higher ...

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IMO Presses On with Enforcement of 2020 Sulfur Cap

The International Maritime Organization is standing its ground on the enforcement of the 2020 sulfur cap.

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Readers' Picks of the Week

Here are the most read stories of the second week of February 2018.

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Report: Panama Canal's LNG Tanker Traffic to Surge by 50 Pct

Panama Canal's LNG tanker traffic could go up by 50 percent amid increasing exports of fuel from the US.

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HMM, Hapag-Lloyd, MSC and ONE Enter Vessel Sharing Deal

Liner majors in a new vessel sharing agreement on Asia to West Coast of South America services.

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