Essar Shipping Gears Up for Ship Investment

Essar Shipping reveals ship investment plans and more in an interview with WMN.

World’s Largest Containership Fleet Is Here

Maersk Line and Hamburg Süd create the world's largest containership fleet of 773 vessels.

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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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IRClass Recognized by Malta

IRClass has obtained authorization as Recognized Organization (RO) from Malta.

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Economic Output of Welsh Maritime Sector Rises 16 Pct

Economic output from the Welsh maritime sector increased by 16 percent over a five-year period.

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Cruise Business Drives TUI's Earnings Up

The cruises segment was one of the growth drivers for Germany-based TUI Group in 2017.

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GoodBulk to Raise USD 80 Mn for CarVal Ships

GoodBulk is selling its shares to collect up to USD 80 million to finance the purchase of six CarVal dry bulkers.

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Denmark Aims to Be Ahead of the Curve

Danish Shipping presents "Ahead of the Curve" strategy for the 2018-2021 period.

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Video: Giant Spar Platform Mated off Norway

A dual vessel float-over operation of the Aasta Hansteen topside has been completed off Norway.

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Helsinki Port to Cut Ship Emissions with Price Incentive

Port of Helsinki to offer vessel charge discounts on the basis of reduced environmental impacts in 2018.

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Brittany Ferries Inks Financing for LNG-Powered Unit

EIB, Societe Generale and Brittany Ferries sign first green maritime financing under Green Shipping Guarantee (GSG) ...

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IMO Assembly Adopts Vision and Strategic Directions

IMO Assembly adopted strategic directions and vision for 2018-2023 at its 30th session in London, United Kingdom.

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Concordia Maritime Invests in New Charters

Swedish shipping company Concordia Maritime invests in new charters amid anticipated market recovery.

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Navigare Capital Partners Buys Boxship Trio

Navigare Capital Partners has acquired three container ships for its shipping fund, the company confirmed.

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Skangas to Source LNG at UK Import Terminal

Skangas is to source LNG at the Grain LNG import terminal on the Isle of Grain in the UK. 

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Maersk's Focus Switch Prompts Moody's Rating Review

Maersk's separation of energy companies from its core business might drive its rating downgrade, according to Moody's.

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Study: Zero Emission Ships Key to Decarbonisation

Zero emission vessels (ZEVs) are central to achieving the aim of decarbonisation, a new study finds.

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TEN Fixes Tanker Trio

Tsakos Energy Navigation has found work for three of its ships, an Aframax crude tanker and two MR product carriers.

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Port of Ghent, Zeeland Seaports Merge into North Sea Port

Zeeland Seaports and Ghent Port Company sign deal to merge into a cross-border port to be named North Sea Port.

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MPC Container Ships to Add Three More Boxships

MPC Container Ships has agreed more second-hand vessel acquisitions, raising its fleet to 39 ships.

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OTAGT to Receive Europe's Largest Butane Barges in Future

OTAGT will be receiving in the future "the largest butane river barges ever used in Europe".

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World's Largest Semi-Submersible Crane Vessel in the Making

China Merchants Industry Holdings has won a contract for construction of a 'revolutionary' semi-submersible crane vessel.

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Kea Trader Clean Up Efforts Continue, No Pollution at Site

Pollution control plan amended after grounded containership Kea Trader broke in two.

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Teekay LNG Partners Secures USD 816 Mn Loan for LNG Carriers

Teekay LNG Partners has completed a USD 816 million loan to finance six ARC7 LNG carrier newbuildings.

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P&O Ferry Refloated After Grounding in Calais

Pride of Kent ran aground while departing from the Port of Calais on December 10 and was refloated subsequently.

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Autonomous Ships Regulation Needs to Be International

Regulation for autonomous ships should be decided at the international level, according to DMA.

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SCF Carrier Starts 1st Commercial Voyage for Yamal LNG

Christophe de Margerie has commenced the commercial voyage carrying the first Yamal LNG cargo.

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Hamburg Süd to Boost Maersk's Position in LATAM, Oceania

Maersk Line will gain "a significant position" in Latin America and Oceania after it acquired Hamburg Süd.

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