Dorian LPG Ends Year in Red

Dorian LPG, Marshall Islands-incorporated owner and operator of very large gas carriers, closed the fiscal year ...

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Panamax Bulker Aground off New Orleans

A Panamax bulk carrier has run aground in the Gulf of Mexico and is being refloated, GAC informed. The vessel in ...

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Bulker Grounds at Brazil's Port of Santos

A bulk carrier, loaded with a cargo of 30,000 tonnes of soybeans, ran aground at Brazil’s port of Santos ...

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CMA CGM to Acquire Mercosul Line from Maersk Line

French liner company CMA CGM has signed a binding deal with Danish counterpart Maersk Line to acquire Mercosul Line ...

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Allianz: Shipping Losses Decline but Risk Challenges Remain

Large shipping losses have declined by 50% over the past decade, largely driven by the development of a more robust ...

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Gener8 Orion Finds New Owner

US-based crude oil shipping company Gener8 Maritime informed it has delivered Gener8 Orion, a Suezmax tanker, to ...

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Ports of Los Angeles, Long Beach Target Zero Emissions

The Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach are setting the stage to make a transition to zero emissions in their Clean ...

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Seaspan Ferries Opens New Duke Point Terminal

British Columbia-based Seaspan Ferries Corporation (SFC) officially opened its new Duke Point Terminal in Nanaimo ...

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Mexico Fines Shipping Firms for Antitrust Law Violation

Mexican antitrust authorities have fined seven shipping companies for a number of collusions which led to a rise in ...

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Carriers Adapt to Oversupplied Market

In an oversupplied market carriers have proved to be fairly adept in manoeuvring capacity around, creating fertile ...

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SAAM Buys Remaining Stake in Iquique Terminal Internacional

Chilean port, towage and logistics services provider SAAM has, through its subsidiaries SAAM Puertos and SAAM ...

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NRF: Imports Slow Down at US Container Ports

The rate of import growth at US major retail container ports has begun to slow, but volume should nonetheless hit ...

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Gallery: JAXPORT Cranes Travelling to Talleyrand Terminal

Image Courtesy: JAXPORT Two large container cranes were moved by barge on June 11 up the St. Johns River from the ...

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USCG Grants BWM System Approval to Chinese Firm

China’s Sunrui Marine Environment Engineering has received a Ballast Water Management System (BWMS) type ...

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Dorian LPG Secures USD 97 Mn Bridge Loan

Liquefied petroleum gas shipping company Dorian LPG has entered into a USD 97 million bridge loan agreement with ...

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Fairfield Eagle Handed Over to Eagle Bulk

US-based operator of dry bulk carriers Eagle Bulk Shipping informed it has taken delivery of M/V Fairfield Eagle, ...

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Three More States Accede to BWM Treaty

Three more states have become party to the International Maritime Organization’s (IMO) Ballast Water ...

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US Pull-Out from Paris Accord Could Hinder Shipping Progress

Reacting to US President Donald Trump’s decision to withdraw the US from the Paris climate accord, the EU and ...

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Philly Shipyard in Talks on Jones Act Boxships

US-based Philly Shipyard, Inc. (PSI) is in advanced talks with a Jones Act operator to establish a new shipping ...

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Brazil’s Porto Sudeste Settles USD 62.5 Mn Dispute

Porto Sudeste do Brasil, a private port terminal in Ilha da Madeira, Brazil, has agreed with Usinas Siderúrgicas de ...

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Oversupply of Ships: Industry Should Sort Out Itself

The oversupply of tonnage in the shipping industry should be left to sort out itself, it was concluded at a panel ...

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NCLH, Wärtsilä Renew Service Agreement

US-based cruise operator Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings (NCLH) and Finnish technology group Wärtsilä have signed a ...

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BC Ferries Welcomes Third LNG-Fueled Salish Ship

Canadian ferry owner and operator BC Ferries informed that Salish Raven, the newest of three LNG-powered Salish ...

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Spotted: Rickmers Tokyo Loads Cargo for Lotte's MEG Plant

In today’s spotted, we bring you an image of Rickmers Tokyo, a general cargo vessel which recently loaded ...

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UN Asks Countries to Apply Tighter Marine Pollution Controls

The UN has urged governments to implement tighter marine pollution controls or risk further degradation of the ...

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NASSCO Delivers Final ECO Tanker to APT

Palmetto State, the eight and final tanker constructed at US-based shipyard General Dynamics NASSCO, was delivered ...

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ITF: Stranded Newlead Granadino Crew Sent Home

An eight-month ordeal for the crew of the vessel Newlead Granadino was brought to an end on May 31 when the final ...

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