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STX and City of Rauma Ink Takeover Agreement (Finland)

The City of Rauma and STX Finland Oy have signed an agreement by which the City purchases the Rauma Shipyard’s ...

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Dubai Maritime City Hosts Ulmatec CEO

Dubai Maritime City, the world-class mixed-use maritime cluster today announced that it received Stig Ulstein, CEO ...

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Dubai Maritime City Participates at Ship Owners Meeting

Dubai Maritime City, the world class cluster for maritime activity, announced that the facility and its services ...

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Cruise Lines and City of Venice Reach Agreement on ...

“An important step forward: the establishment of a ‘green zone’ extending to the entire Lagoon is a fundamental, ...

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City, Port of Oakland Achieve Milestone in Army Base ...

City, Port of Oakland Achieve Milestone in Army Base Redevelopment

The Oakland Board of Port Commissioners praised the California Transportation Commission (CTC) for their decision ...

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UAE: Dubai Maritime City Inks Land Lease Agreement with ...

UAE - Dubai Maritime City Inks Land Lease Agreement with Dubai Shipbuilding

Dubai Maritime City, the world class centre for maritime activity in the Middle East region, announced today that ...

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Jensen to Design Custom Fireboat for City of San ...

Jensen to Design Custom Fireboat for City of San Francisco, USA

Jensen Maritime Consultants, Inc., a Crowley company, has been chosen to design a custom “super pumper” ...

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USA: AECOM to Manage Fishermen’s Atlantic City Offshore ...

AECOM, a leading provider of professional technical and management support services for government and commercial ...

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China: City Planners Announce Two More Wind Farms off ...

  SHANGHAI will build two more offshore wind farm projects by 2015 to increase the use of clean energy, the ...

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Vietnam: New Plan for Ho Chi Minh City’s Ports Unveiled

  A number of seaports in Ho Chi Minh City’s outskirts are underperforming, causing a huge waste of ...

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British captain’s Somali pirate nightmare

It began with a green blip travelling in the wrong direction. Captain Peter Stapleton was chatting with his chief ...

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India and Pakistan to adjust ship recycling rates

US-based ship recycling news source, GMS Weekly, is predicting that ship recycling prices per long ton lightweight ...

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Germanischer Lloyd First Foreign Classification Society ...

Germanischer Lloyd (GL) is the first foreign classification society to be granted the right to carry out statutory ...

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Cruise ship begins journey home

A new 115,000-tonne cruise ship has set sail for its home port of Southampton ahead of its official entry into ...

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Fishing leader disputes rats risk

A trawler which ran aground on a remote island is unlikely to have carried rats, according to a fishing leader. The ...

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Crew tells of ‘difficult rescue’

One of the men involved in an operation to save 20 crew from a cargo ship off the Devon coast says it was the most ...

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Rewas Port to flag off India’s largest dredging project

India’s largest dredging project is set to get underway at the Rewas Port, owned by Reliance group. It will surpass ...

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STX Shipbuilding raises sales target to US$10 bln this year

Seoul (ANTARA News/Asia Pulse) – STX Shipbuilding Co. (KSE:067250), the world’s seventh-largest ...

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Shipyard fined for polluting hamlets

The central province of Khanh Hoa has decided to fine the Hyundai-Vinashin Shipyard for its violation of the Law on ...

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High Modulus supports another successful Super Yacht Cup

After three days of mixed weather, the Super Yacht Cup 2006, held in Palma, Mallorca, finally came to a close on ...

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Ship springs oil leak

HALIFAX — An investigation has been launched after a container ship leaked close to half a tonne of oil into ...

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