Sailcargo Returning to Basics to Tackle Emissions


Sailcargo goes back to the roots of shipbuilding industry.

Poten: Repositioning the Empties


A lot of “empties” have to be repositioned from the Pacific to the Atlantic.

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Readers' Picks of the Week

Here are the most read stories of the previous week.

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Australia to Improve Working Conditions in Live Sheep Trade

Live sheep trade

Australian live exporters to improve working conditions in the country's live sheep trade.

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Navis: 6 Emerging Trends to Keep an Eye on


There are some emerging trends that owners should be watching closely.

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Proman Shipping Names Its Largest Vessel Yet


Hyundai Mipo Dockyard hosted a naming ceremony for a 52,000-tonne methanol carrier being built for MOL.

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Samsung Heavy Scores Another LNG Carrier Order

LNG carrier

Samsung Heavy received another contract to built an LNG carrier for an unnamed Oceania shipowner.

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New Zealand: Captain Sentenced for Exceeding Alcohol Limit


Tanker captain sentenced and removed from his position for exceeding the alcohol limit, according to Maritime NZ.

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Three Key Ship Types to Watch in 2019


There are three major ship types to keep a close eye on in 2019.

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IMO MSC to Tackle Safety Issues Related to Marine Fuel Use

ships at anchorage

The IMO's MSC has committed to take actions to tackle safety issues related to the use of marine fuel.

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BIMCO Unveils Two 2020 Sulphur Clauses


BIMCO has published two sulphur content related bunker clauses.

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Ship Recycling Transparency Initiative's Online Tool Is Live

Ship breaking

A tool for sharing information on ship recycling to drive responsible practice was launched earlier today.

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Ports Need to Be Climate Change Proofed Urgently

Port of Hamburg

Ports and coastal infrastructure need to be prepared urgently for the projected impacts of the climate change.

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OPEC Cuts to Test the Strength of Tanker Market Recovery


OPEC and Russia agreed to cut oil production by 1.2 million barrels.

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MV Jawan Stripped of Australian Livestock Carriage License

AMSA inspector

AMSA has revoked the Australian Certificate for the Carriage of Livestock for MV Jawan.

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ACCC: NSW Ports' Deeds Are Anti-Competitive and Illegal

Port of Newcastle - Container Terminal concept illustration

ACCC has taken legal action against NSW Ports for allegedly making anti-competitive and illegal deals.

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ECSA, SEA Europe Welcome EU-S. Korea Talks on Subsidies


 European shipowners and shipbuilders back the talks between the EU and South Korea on state subsidies.

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Need a Brain for Your Container? Welcome to Container Utopia


Small and mid-size shipping companies are invited to apply to have their entire container fleet digitalized.

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NYK to Build Two More LNG Carriers for Total

SHI LNG Carrier

NYK has signed a long-term charter contract with Total for two LNG carries newbuilds.

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Labor: The Future of Australian Shipping Needs to Be Secured


Australian Labor Party pushes for bipartisanship on shipping policy.

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MHI Ordered to Pay WWII Forced Labor Compensation

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries

MHI ordered to compensate South Koreans who were forced to work for MHI predecessor during WWII.

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EGCSA Slams Singapore's Wash Water Discharge Ban

Vessel pollution

EGCSA criticized the decision of MPA Singapore to ban the discharge of wash water from open loop scrubbers.

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ONE Still Considering Scrubbers and LNG

One Aguila

ONE sees adoption of low-sulphur compliant hybrid oil as the most realistic and cost-efficient,  but short-term solution.

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Austal Starts Building New Trimaran Ferry for JR Kyushu

Steel cutting ceremony

Austal starts building a new trimaran ferry for JR Kyushu.

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Austal to Build Catamaran for Trinidad and Tobago

Trinidad and Tobago’s catamaran

Austal is to construct a high speed vehicle and passenger catamaran for Trinidad and Tobago.

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Competitive Landscape Could Change Completely in Liner World

Maersk Lamanai, Monte Azul container ships

Global carriers are starting to distinguish themselves with new corporate strategies.

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Readers' Picks of the Week

These are the most read stories of the past week.

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ONE CEO: Teething Problems Cost Us USD 400 Mn

ONE CEO Jeremy Nixon

ONE expects its teething problems to have a USD 400 million impact to the company's bottom line.

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