Cyber Hygiene Key to Hack-Proofing Your Business

With cyber crimes becoming ever more frequent, WMN explores what is key to becoming cyber resilient

Containers at Melbourne's VICT Still Stranded

Australian court orders union officers to abandon their picket at the Victoria International Container Terminal (VICT).

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35 States Pen Declaration on Cutting Shipping's Emissions

The international maritime transport industry has to take urgent measures in order to cut its share of emissions.

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FMG Names Its Fifth Ore Carrier

Fortescue Metals Group has named the fifth FMG ore carrier, FMG Matilda, at a ceremony in Guangzhou, China.

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Chinese Yards Take the Bulk of Last Week's Bulker Orders

Chinese shipbuilders have secured the majority of last week's reported orders.

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Kidnapped Captain of Royal 16 Found Dead

The captain of the Vietnamese-flagged bulk carrier Royal 16, kidnapped by pirates over a year ago, was found dead.

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Environmental Legislation Key Priority for BIMCO

Environmental legislation will be at the top of the agenda of Angus Frew, Secretary General & CEO of BIMCO.

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Melbourne's VICT Grinds to a Halt amid Industrial Action

 Over 1,000 containers are kept motionless at Port of Melbourne's container terminal at Web Dock after members of ...

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Cyber Hygiene Key to Hack-Proofing Your Business

With cyber crimes becoming ever more frequent, WMN explores what is key to becoming cyber resilient.

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Gloomy Outlook for Global Shipping amid Overcapacity Woes

The outlook for the global shipping industry remains negative, according to Fitch Ratings, as the rating agency ...

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Gastro Outbreak on board Ovation of the Seas

Over 190 cruise passengers have been struck down by gastrointestinal illness during a two-week cruise on board the ...

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Newcastle Terminal to Welcome Larger Cruise Ships from 2019

Larger cruise vessels will be able to visit the new Newcastle Cruise Terminal whose design was recently unveiled by ...

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Images of Kea Trader Spill Released as Oil Washes Ashore

A marine pollution alert has been issued following the washing ashore of globules of oil along some of the beaches ...

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Survey: LNG Retrofitting Sparks High Interest

There is a strong interest of shipowners in retrofitting their ships with liquefied natural gas-powered (LNG) ...

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No Delay to 2020 Sulfur Cap’s Entrance into Force

The 2020 sulfur emissions legislation will enter into force without delay, Edmond Hughes, IMO’s head of air ...

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Containership Fleet Breaks 21Mn TEU Mark

The cellular containership fleet has reached a new high of 21 million TEU in November, according to Alphaliner. ...

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Sea Shepherd Releases Graphic Video of Japanese Whaling

Sea Shepherd Australia informed that it has managed to obtain the release of footage of Japanese whaling practices ...

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World Expects Bold Goals on Cutting Emissions from Shipping

The whole world would be watching the International Maritime Organization (IMO) in 2018, looking for something of ...

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Another US Navy Ship Develops Hull Cracks

The U.S. Navy guided-missile destroyer USS Fitzgerald, which was involved in the deadly collision with the ACX ...

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Loaded Container Shipments to Break 200 Mn TEU Mark

Global loaded container traffic is on track to break the 200 million teu threshold this year for the first time ...

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Uptake of LNG as Fuel Slower than Expected

In 2012, DNV GL predicted that by 2020, the LNG-fuelled fleet would comprise around 1,000 vessels. Three years ...

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Paradise Papers: What They Really Mean for Shipping?

The release of the Paradise Papers, a global investigation that revealed the offshore activities of some of the ...

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FPSO Umuroa Bags One More Contract Extension

BW Offshore has received a one-year contract extension for the lease and operation of the FPSO Umuroa. The FPSO is ...

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Clarksons: Recycling Market in Limbo

The ship demolition market is plagued by a high level of uncertainty leaving the market analysts in limbo when it ...

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MPA Singapore Turning to Drones for Ship Survey

The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) is developing the acceptance criteria for the usage of aerial ...

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2nd Hekinan MAX Coal Carrier Joins MOL’s Fleet

Japanese shipping giant Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL) has taken delivery of the coal carrier Nagara Maru from ...

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Tanker Earnings to Remain Low in 2018 amid Oversupply

The recovery of the tanker market forecast to start next year and give the much-needed boost to company earnings ...

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Body of Final Missing JBB De Rong 19 Crew Member Found

The body of the last missing crew member of dredger JBB de Rong 19 has been recovered two months after the fatal ...

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