Sener to Unveil Its LNG Bunkering Vessel Design

Spanish engineering and construction company Sener said that it will unveil its new design for a liquefied natural ...

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First Hammonia Ship Commissions AMP System

MV Sealand Los Angeles, the first vessel in a fleet managed by German ship management company Hammonia ...

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Carnival Returns to Fincantieri for Two More Cruise Ships

Cruise shipping giant Carnival Corporation & plc has signed a memorandum of agreement with Italian shipbuilder ...

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Spotted: Ulstein Delivers Its Largest OCV

Norwegian shipbuilder and ship designer Ulstein delivered Island Venture, an offshore construction vessel (OCV), to ...

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Uljanik Hands Over Asphalt Carrier to Wisby Tankers

Croatian shipbuilder Uljanik has delivered Palanca Cadiz, a 15,000 dwt asphalt carrier, to Swedish shipping company ...

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ITOPF: Oil Tanker Spills See Downward Trend

The downward trend in oil spills from tankers continues, according to the latest annual statistics issued by the ...

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HDASCO Line Sets Up New Service to Le Havre

Iranian national shipping company HDASCO Line plans to launch a new container shipping service between Haropa – ...

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Scorpio Tankers Secures Funding for 8 Newbuildings

NYSE-listed Scorpio Tankers has received commitments for a loan facility of up to USD 172 million from a group of ...

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Aurora LPG Bows Out

Aurora LPG has become a fully owned and integrated subsidiary of the Singapore-based BW LPG, with all nine of the ...

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RoPax Ferry Catches Fire off Isle of Wight

A car and passenger ferry operating between UK mainland and the Isle of Wight caught fire in the morning hours of ...

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P&O Ferries Marks 5-Year Volume High on Larne-Cairnryan

P&O Ferries has handled the highest volume of freight in five years on its Larne-Cairnryan service in 2016. The ...

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Green Discount Initiative Takes Root at Port of Gothenburg

One in three vessels that called at Sweden’s Port of Gothenburg in 2016 were classified as green according to ...

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Ice Traps Four-Vessel Convoy off Chukotka

A convoy of four vessels, two bulk carriers and two icebreakers, is trapped by ice off the coast of Chukotka ...

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UK Detains One Foreign Flagged Vessel in December

Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) has informed that one new vessel was detained in a UK port during December ...

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Diana Shipping Finds Work for Two Bulkers

Athens-based dry bulk specialist Diana Shipping has, through separate wholly-owned subsidiaries, entered into time ...

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Navios Partners Completes Sale of MSC Cristina

US-headquartered dry bulk shipping company Navios Maritime Partners revealed it has completed the sale of MSC ...

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Bulker Halts Traffic in Elbe River

A Capesize bulk carrier blocked vessel traffic in the Elbe River, Germany, after it suffered an engine damage in ...

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Update: Vessel Traffic Partially Resumes at Izmit Bay

Vessel traffic has resumed at Izmit Bay in Turkey for some terminals only and other areas remain restricted, ...

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Höegh LNG Firms FSRU Orders in South Korea

Norway-based owner and operator of floating liquefied natural gas (LNG) import terminals Höegh LNG Holdings has ...

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OOCL Owners Waiting For the Offer They Can't Refuse

The share price of Orient Overseas (International) Limited (OOIL), parent company of the container carrier Orient ...

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Dockworkers to Go on New Strike at APM Terminals Gothenburg

The Swedish Dockworkers’ Union (SDU), which includes 85% of the dockworkers at the Gothenburg terminal, plans ...

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Euroseas Takes Discounted Ultramax from Dayang

Nasdaq-listed owner and operator of drybulk and container carrier vessels Euroseas has taken delivery of a bulker ...

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Port of Antwerp Confirms Record Annual Haul

The Port of Antwerp closed 2016 with a record freight volume of 214,057,529 tonnes in 2016, up 2.7% on the previous ...

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ITF Lauds MLC Abandonment Provisions Coming into Force

The International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF)  has welcomed new Maritime Labour Convention (MLC) ...

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Thorco Projects and MC-Schiffahrt Form Multi-Purpose Pool

Denmark’s Thorco Projects and Germany’s MC-Schiffahrt have teamed up to create a new pool collaboration ...

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Maersk Tankers Chooses Link Mobility's Mobile Solutions

Norway-based Link Mobility Group ASA revealed it will develop and integrate custom mobile solutions for Maersk ...

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Spotted: TTS Deck Kit Reaches Shanghai

Norway-headquartered marine crane and equipment manufacturer TTS Group has delivered the first of four shipsets of ...

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