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SBM Offshore to Axe 1,200 Jobs

Dutch oil and gas major SBM Offshore said it was in the process of laying off approximately 600 contractor staff ...

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Update: MUA Takes Industrial Action against DP World

DP World has issued updates on terminal operations in Melbourne, Sydney and Fremantle targeted by industrial action ...

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RMT: Job, Route Cuts Make No Sense

The UK-based shipping union RMT today slammed what it describes as “blatantly alarmist” noises coming out of the ...

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Stena Line to Cut 350 More Jobs

Stena Line Cutting Jobs

Sweden’s largest ferry operator Stena Line is continuing with job cuts to meet the company’s goal of ...

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Hercules Offshore to Cut Over 300 Jobs

Hercules Offshore plans to lay off 324 employees, according to a letter the Houston-based drilling rig contractor ...

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Finnlines Again to Cut Jobs

Finnlines Again to Cut Jobs

North European liner-shipping company Finnlines Plc has started employer-employee co-operation negotiations ...

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MUA Urges for Protection of Australian Jobs in Coastal ...

The Maritime Union of Australia (MUA) has urged the Abbott Government to protect Australian jobs, ...

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Sale of MS Finnhansa to Cost Ten People Their Jobs

North European liner-shipping company Finnlines Plc said yesterday that it had ended employer-employee co-operation ...

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MUA Standing Its Ground on Offshore Jobs

The case of Maritime Union of Australia (MUA) and the Australian Maritime Officers Union (AMOU) that the Australian ...

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TUI Cruises Order Saves 10,000 Finnish Jobs

TUI Cruises Order Saves 10,000 Finnish Jobs

The Finnish Government bought 30 percent of STX Turku shipyard, specializing in building cruise vessels such as the ...

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Port Hedland Deckhands Back Industrial Action

Port Hedland Deckhands Endorse Industrial Action

Deckhands in Port Hedland have voted to take industrial action, after failing to negotiate a new Enterprise ...

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Australian Maritime Unions Standing Their Ground

The Maritime Union of Australia (MUA) and the Australian Maritime Officers Union (AMOU) have confirmed they will ...

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Labor: Protection of Australian Offshore Workers Pivotal

Australia’s Shadow Minister for Immigration and Border Protection Richard Marles has accused the Abbott ...

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MUA: Australia’s Offshore Oil and Gas Jobs Should ...

The Maritime Union of Australia (MUA) is lobbying the Labor Party, the Greens and all micro-parties in the Senate ...

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TTS Group to Cut Jobs in Norway and Germany

TTS Group has decided to implement measures to reduce costs in Norway and Germany. Due to a weaker market than ...

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Europe and EU Shipping: ‘A Two-Way Street’

On the eve of its Board of Directors meeting, which took place yesterday, ECSA organised a lunch in the European ...

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USA: Virginia Leads Nation in Shipbuilding Jobs

The American Maritime Partnership (AMP), the voice of the domestic maritime industry, yesterday joined with the ...

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Shipping Industry Meets in London to Boost Anti-Piracy ...

Per Gullestrup, whose Danish-operated ship was hijacked by Somali pirates for several weeks, is to be joined this ...

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Van Oossanen’s Hull Vane: Nose jobs are out, butt ...

Van Oossanen’s invention of the Hull Vane could be considered as one of the most interesting innovations in ...

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A&P Invests in Future Marine Jobs in Cornwall (UK)

Five new apprentices have started work at A&P Falmouth, underlining the company’s long-term commitment to ...

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UK: Seacat Services Invests in New WFSVs

Seacat Services, a leading offshore wind farm vessel transfer operator, will, by the end of 2013, have invested ...

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