Bringing Supply Chain to the Next Level

The rise of e-commerce has prompted a need for centralized information in the supply chain.

Incat to Build New Vessel for Trinidad & Tobago

Incat Tasmania to build a fast passenger/cargo ferry for Trinidad and Tobago.

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SEALNG: Adoption of LNG as Marine Fuel Set to Accelerate

KAIROS

Keller: adoption of LNG as a marine fuel is set to accelerate.

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Ocean Alliance Gets Extended until 2027

Ever Gifted

Members of the OCEAN Alliance extend the duration of OCEAN Alliance until March 31, 2027.

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MUA: BHP, BlueScope to Remove Two Australian-Manned Ships

bulker

MUA: Nearly 80 Australian seafarers will likely be laid off by BHP and BlueScope Steel.

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Early Installers of Scrubbers Will Be Considered Visionary

Scrubber

Adams: There has been a lot of loose speculation about the environmental impact of open-loop scrubbers.

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Pilbara Ports: Lumsden Point Project Moves Forward

cargo-ship

Pilbara Ports short-list two companies interested in investing in a new general cargo facility.

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Sydney, Brisbane Dockers to Strike over New Workplace Deal

Seafarer

MUA: Hutchison Ports' workers in Sydney and Brisbane to start a series of work stoppages as of January 17.

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Readers' Picks of the Week

Here are the most read stories of the past week.

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Good News and Bad News for Container Ports in 2019

Container handling

The global container terminal industry is expected to remain a very profitable business in 2019.

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Drewry: Small LNG Projects the Next Big Thing

LNG Carriers

Drewry expects an increase in ordering of small LNG carriers in 2019 and beyond.

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Wellard Keeps an Eye on Turkey's Live Cattle Trade Halt

Wellard vessel

Wellard is keeping a watchful eye on Turkey's halt of live feeder cattle import from all countries.

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Readers’ Picks of the Month

Find out which articles were popular in December.

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10 Most Read Stories of 2018

2018

These are the 10 most read stories of 2018.

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Liner Schedule Reliability Up in November

Schedule reliability of the 20 top ocean carriers across 25 trade lanes rose by 5.3 percent from October to ...

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1st Plant Condensate Shipped from Ichthys LNG Project

Challenge Peak

Challenge Peak ships the 1st batch of plant condensate produced at Ichthys LNG Project.

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NYK Wins Green Loan for Its Methanol-Fueled Chemical Tanker

NYK Line

NYK has secured a green loan to finance the construction of its first methanol-fueled chemical tanker.

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World’s Largest FLNG Facility Starts Production

Prelude FLNG

Shell’s Prelude FLNG facility commenced production offshore Western Australia.

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Yang Ming’s 14,000 TEU Pair Splashed at Imabari

Yang Ming

Imabari Shipbuilding hosted a double naming ceremony for two new 14,000 TEU containerships being built for Yang Ming.

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Moody’s Lowers MOL’s Rating over Its Large Debt

MOL Containership

Moody's Japan K.K. has downgraded Mitsui O.S.K. Lines' (MOL) corporate family rating to Ba2 from Ba1.

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Readers' Picks of the Week

Here are the most popular stories of the past week.

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New CEO to Take Over the Reins of K Line

KESS Car carrier

Yukikazu Myochin has been appointed the new CEO of Japanese shipping company K Line.

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Industry Calls for Extension of Consortia Block Exemption

Venta Maersk

Liner shipping associations have asked the European Commission to extend the EU consortia block exemption regulation.

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AMSA Releases Unstable Livestock Carrier from Detention

AMSA inspector

Following the release the vessel headed on its voyage to Singapore for repairs.

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Höegh LNG to Provide FSRU to AGL’s LNG Project

Hoegh Grace

Höegh LNG was selected to provide an FSRU for AGL Energy's new LNG import project in Victoria, Australia.

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Cruise Industry Targets 40 Pct Carbon Footprint Cut by 2030

Cruise ship

The cruise industry has committed to reduce the rate of carbon emissions across the industry fleet by 40 percent by 2030.

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NCC's Preliminary View on Newcastle Port Raises Concerns

Port of Newcastle bulk terminal

ACCC: National Competition Council’s (NCC’s) draft recommendation on Port of Newcastle raises concerns.

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THE Alliance to Deploy Over 249 Ships in 2019

Afif

Members of THE Alliance, Hapag-Lloyd, Ocean Network Express, and Yang Ming have revamped their service network for 2019.

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