Transformation of How Ports Operate Imminent

IBM expert discusses digitization of the maritime industry.

OceanGold Tankers Linked to Four New Orders

OceanGold Tankers has reportedly ordered up to four new vessels at two South Korean yards.

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Maersk Line Books 15,000 TEU Boxship Duo at HHI

Maersk Line has exercised an option for the construction of two 15, 200 TEU containerships at Hyundai Heavy Industries.

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India Inaugurates Its Largest Container Terminal

JNPT's Fourth Container Terminal has been inaugurated following the completion of the first construction phase.

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Crew Splashed Boiled Water on Pirates to Thwart Attack

The crew of M/V Kudos 1 managed to repel a pirate attack by using boiled water.

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Asia-Med Trade to Be among Better Performers in 2018

Despite a slump at the end of 2017, Asia to Med trade will be one of the better performers in 2018.

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CoscoSSC Becomes World's Largest Multipurpose Operator

China's Cosco Shipping Specialized Carriers has become the world's largest multipurpose operator by deadweight.

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NYK, Partners Test Next-Generation Onboard IoT Platform

Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha and its partners conduct a proof-of-concept experiment for a next-generation onboard ...

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Clarksons: Bulk Carrier Deliveries to Keep Shrinking

Clarksons: Deliveries in the bulk carrier sector are set to continue on a downward trend in the next few years.

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Video: Wreck Removal of TS Taipei

Watch a video of TS Taipei wreck removal offshore Shimen in the north of Taiwan.

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Cochin Shipyard Worker in Critical Condition after Blast

A worker of the Cochin Shipyard who sustained severe burns in the blast on February 13 is in a critical condition.

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SeaIntel: Vessel Utilisation, Freight Rates Drop in 4Q 2017

Vessel utilisation, rate levels decrease year-on-year on both Transpacific and Asia-Europe trades in 4Q.

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Construction Starts on Sirius' 1st EVOLUTION Tanker

On February 1, the keel was laid for Sirius Shipping's new oil/chemical tanker.

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Maersk CEO: Alang Yards Catching Up with Rivals

Shipbreaking yards in Alang, India seem to be on the track of transformation, according to Maersk.

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North Korean Ship in Third Suspicious Transfer of Goods

North Korean tanker spotted by a Japanese plane in yet another suspected illegal transfer of goods.

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Yilport on a Growth Course

Yilport Holding recorded a 9% year-on-year increase in container volumes in 2017.

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 Oversupply to Turn Up the Heat on Chemical Shipping in 2018

Chemical shipping freight rates will weaken due to the depressed outlook on overtonnaged long-haul routes.

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Epic Gas Delivers Loss in 2017

Epic Gas delivers loss of USD 30.9 million for 2017, against USD 23.3 million reported a year earlier.

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Keppel Confirms Receiving Summons in New EIG Lawsuit

Keppel Offshore and Marine Limited (KOM) has been served with a summons within a civil action lawsuit filed EIG.

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NYK Looking into Embezzlement Case in China

Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha has discovered a potential embezzlement case in one its subsidiaries.

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MISC Posts Huge Drop in Profit

MISC Berhad (MISC) posts a 90.6 percent drop in its 4Q 2017 profit.

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Alphaliner: Minimal Disruptions Expected in ONE Switch

Alphaliner: ONE to introduce only minor changes to existing service offerings of K Line, MOL and NYK.

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Dutch Prosecutor Charges Seatrade for Beaching Ships

This is the first time in Europe that criminal charges were raised against a shipowner for beaching vessels.

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Cosco Shipping Leasing to Raise Cash for Loan Repayment

Cosco Shipping Leasing is to raise USD 318.2 million through the issuance of asset-backed securities.

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MOL Inks Partnership with NCC

Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL) signs a capital and business alliance agreement with Nippon Concept Corporation (NCC).

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Yang Ming All Set to Rejuvenate Fleet with 20 Boxships

Yang Ming has received a green light from its board to move forward with the fleet renewal plan.

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It All Boils Down to China

Chinese seaborne imports of iron ore and crude oil have reached the highest levels ever recorded in 2017.

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