GOGL to Buy Capesize Duo, Terminate Waiver Restrictions

Norway-based dry bulk shipping company Golden Ocean Group Limited (GOGL) has reached and agreement to purchase two ...

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Maersk Is Not on the Scrubber Team

The IMO’s 0.5 sulfur cap on marine fuel set to enter into force in 2020 has caused numerous headaches to ...

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Tanker Fired Upon by Libyan Coast Guard Reaches Malta

The Comoros-flagged oil products tanker Goeast, which had been fired upon by the Libyan Coast Guard and had been ...

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Tanker's Anchor Pierces Test Torpedo, Drags It into Portland

Maltese-flagged oil/chemical tanker Skaw Provider hooked a historic test torpedo by its anchor and dragged it into ...

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New Charter Catamaran Welcomed in Cannes

The Sunreef 74 Calmao , a new yacht built at Poland-based shipyard Sunreef Yachts, was presented at the Cannes ...

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Container Shipping Industry to Earn USD 6 Bn This Year

The container shipping industry is steaming its way toward making an operating profit in the region of USD 6 ...

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P&O Ferries' Larne-Cairnryan Q3 Volumes Highest since 2011

UK-based ferry operator P&O Ferries saw the strongest freight numbers between Larne and Cairnryan in the third ...

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Roll Group Taking Remaining Two Vessels from BigRoll JV

Following last week’s announcement by Dutch heavy lift company BigLift Shipping about parting ways with Roll ...

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Big Data Boom, Big Benefits

In the not so distant past, the torrent of data flooding the maritime industry had probably only set pulses racing ...

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Nautilus Urges UK to Tackle Seafarer Exploitation

In the light of new figures showing exploitation in the shipping industry is widespread, the maritime trade union ...

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Global Seaborne Trade to Grow by Up to 4 Pct in 2017

Following a weaker performance in 2015, global seaborne trade growth illustrated its ability to bounce back ...

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Moody's Sets CMA CGM's Outlook at Positive

The corporate family rating of French shipping major CMA CGM has been affirmed at B1, the probability of default ...

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Coralius

On May 22, the naming ceremony of MV Coralius was performed by Johanna Lamminen, Chair of the Board of Skangas and ...

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Car Carries Get Bigger as Transport Demand Shrinks

While global production of motor vehicles continues to grow, rising by 4.6% in 2016, the seaborne trade volumes of ...

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Wärtsilä Installs Hybrid System on OSV Viking Princess

Finnish technology group Wärtsilä has installed a hybrid energy system on board Norwegian offshore supply vessel ...

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Fleetscape Raises USD 400 Mn of Capital

Capital provider to the maritime industry Fleetscape Capital Holdings Limited (Fleetscape) has collected USD 400 ...

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Hapag-Lloyd Cruises Cuts Steel for 2nd Expedition Ship

German cruise company Hapag-Lloyd Cruises launched the construction of its second expedition ship HANSEATIC ...

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Construction Starts on New West Port in Kalundborg

The construction of the New West Port in Kalundborg in Denmark has officially begun with the ceremonial throwing of ...

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Celebrating 10 Years of Offshore Energy

Offshore Energy Exhibition & Conference brought together over 550 exhibitors and 12,145 visitors in halls 1, 2 ...

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Diana Sends Bulker Grounded in July to Scrap

Greek shipping company Diana Shipping has decided to scrap its 2004-built vessel Melite which sustained damage to ...

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Q3 2017 Bottom of Current Tanker Market Cycle

The third quarter of 2017 has seen tanker fleet utilization drop to levels last seen in 2013, according to the ...

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MAIB: Alcohol May Have Led to PLA Pilot's Fatal Fall

Alcohol consumption is likely to have contributed to an accident during cargo vessel boarding in October 2016, ...

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INTERCARGO's Registered Ships Up by 48 Pct

The number of ships registered in the International Association of Dry Cargo Shipowners (INTERCARGO) has surged by ...

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Spotted: Cruise Ship Duo Checks In at DP World Limassol

As the autumn cruise season already kicked off at the DP World Limassol, two cruise ships called at the terminal on ...

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MarCy17: Profitability Is Around the Corner?

Regaining profitability in the freight transportation industry is a tangible target for the very near future, it ...

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No-Deal on Brexit Would Hurt EU Ports As Well

Members of the Maritime UK, including representatives of the British Ports Association, UK Chamber of Shipping, ...

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