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DSME Workers Stage Strike Demanding Pay Increase

DSME workers staged a four-hour strike on December 12 asking for a pay increase.

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World’s Largest LNG-Fuelled Ship about to Enter the Market

Hyundai Heavy Industries gears up for the delivery of the world’s largest LNG-fuelled ship.

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Safe Bulkers Expands Its Fleet with Post-Panamax Ship

Safe Bulkers has acquired a South Korean-built dry bulk Post-Panamax class vessel "at an attractive price".

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Yang Ming to Spread Roots in Asia

Yang Ming Marine Transport Corporation (Yang Ming) has unveiled its plans to expand throughout Asia.

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Top Ten Craziest Cruise Ship Amenities

The cruise liners are taking the 'at sea experience' to another level with innovative amenities.

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India to Ratify Hong Kong Ship-Recycling Convention?

The Indian government has drafted legislation to ratify the Hong Kong Convention on safe ship-recycling.

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MPA Gives Financial Boost to LNG Bunkering in Singapore

The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore has injected USD 8.9 million to boost LNG bunkering in the port.

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Tanker Ordering Up by 17 Pct despite Anticipated Headwinds

Shipowners appear to be unfazed by the likelihood of low profits continuing into the next year.

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GAC: Tankers Facing Berthing Delays at Dongying Port

Tankers calling at Dongying Port are facing a waiting time of around two weeks for berthing to discharge crude oil.

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Wärtsilä, MHI-MME Team Up on Power, Propulsion for Ships

Wärtsilä and MHI-MME have signed an MOU regarding the commercial marketing of a new energy solution for ships.

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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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Chinese Shipbuilders Claim the Throne

Chinese shipbuilders have beaten their Korean counterparts this year having snapped the biggest share of orders.

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Indonesian Cargo Ship Sinks

A general cargo ship MV Keneukai sank on December 8 while loading cargo at the Port of Trisakti.

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Chinese Yards Take the Bulk of Last Week's Bulker Orders

Chinese shipbuilders have secured the majority of last week's reported orders.

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Payra Port Signs USD 647 Mn Dredging Deal

The first dredging phase of Payra deep-sea port project can now commence following the signing of the deal.

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H-Line Shipping Eyes Construction of LNG-Fueled Bulker

H-Line Shipping is teaming up with industry partners on the design and construction of an LNG-fueled 80,000 dwt bulker.

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PT2SB Pens USD 1.25 Bn Financing Deal for Malaysian Terminal

A USD 1.25 billion senior financing agreement has been signed to fund the PT2SB oil storage terminal in Pengeran.

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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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China Gets Control over Sri Lanka's Hambantota Port

Sri Lanka has handed over Hambantota Port for operation to China under a 99-year lease deal.

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Keppel Nabs USD 96 Mn in Contracts

Keppel Offshore & Marine has won projects worth a combined value of approximately USD 96.1 million.

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New CEO Takes Control of Samsung Heavy Industries

A new CEO has taken the reins at the financially-troubled South Korean shipbuilder Samsung Heavy Industries.

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Fourth 11,000 TEU SAVER Joins Seaspan

Seaspan Corporation has added to its fleet another 11,000 TEU newbuilding, MSC Madhu B.

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Trafigura Seals Lease Deal for 30 New Ships

Trafigura Group has finalized the deal for the leasing of all 30 newbuilding ships.

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Body Found Floating near Yang Ming's Chartered Boxship

Body of an Indonesian worker was found floating near the stern of the Yang Ming’s Louds Island, at JCIT.

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NGOs Denounce PHP Yard's Shipbreaking Certification

Statements of Compliance with the Hong Kong Convention are no guarantee for safe shipbreaking activities, NGO says.

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Norad Backs Marine Environment Protection in Southeast Asia

IMO-Norad environmental project in Southeast Asia is set to begin, supporting seven ASEAN countries.

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