Cyber Hygiene Key to Hack-Proofing Your Business

With cyber crimes becoming ever more frequent, WMN explores what is key to becoming cyber resilient

Hong Kong Port Needs More Productive Existing Terminals

Hong Kong Port Needs More Productive Existing Terminals

Container throughput in Hong Kong will continue to see growth in the coming years, but in order to cope with a ...

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Maersk Eyes More Shares

Maersk Eyes More Shares

Denmark’s A.P. Møller – Mærsk A/S has entered the second phase of its share buy-back program, which ...

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Eunavfor Stays in Somalia for Two More Years

Eunavfor Stays in Somalia for Two More Years

The European Council has extended the EU’s counter-piracy Operation Atalanta by two more years, until December 12, ...

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Asia Pirates More Active in October

Asia Pirates More Active in October

The Regional Cooperation Agreement on Combating Piracy and Armed Robbery against Ships in Asia (ReCAAP) has ...

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European Shipowners Call for More Clarity on Scrubbers

European shipowners have urged EU Member States to adopt a clear, long-term and above all harmonised position on ...

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One More for Dorian

One More for Dorian

New York Stock Exchange-listed Dorian LPG Ltd., an owner and operator of Very Large Gas Carriers (VLGCs), has taken ...

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MAIB: Inadequate Use of ECDIS Causing More Accidents

The  grounding of the chemical tanker Ovit on the Varne Bank in the Dover Strait on 18 September 2013 was caused by ...

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More Work, Less Profit for Chinese Shipbuilders

More Work, Less Profit for Chinese Shipbuilders

The latest data by the China Association of National Shipbuilding Industry (CANSI) reveals that Chinese ...

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Shipowners Want More Money to Call at Libyan Ports

Reopening of the Libyan ports Ras Lanuf  and Es Sider that were blocked for about a year by federalist rebels, ...

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Nordana Returns to Taizhou Sanfu for More

Danish owner Nordana has ordered eight multi-purpose (MPP) heavy lift vessels from Taizhou Sanfu Ship Engineering. ...

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Royal Navy Orders More from BAE Systems

BAE Systems has been awarded a £348 million contract by the UK Ministry of Defence to construct three new Offshore ...

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New Zealand Wants More Rena Wreckage Removed

The New Zealand Government wants parts of the ill-fated MV Rena’s wreck, but not the whole thing, to be ...

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Port of Damietta Attracts More Container Ships

Egypt’s Damietta Port has achieved an increase of up to 41% in the number of container ships received during ...

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Fortescue Negotiating More Ships

Australian miner Fortescue has launched talks for the construction of four highly efficient very large ore carriers ...

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Two More Cruise Ships for NCL

Two More Cruisers for NCL

Norwegian Cruise Line has reached an agreement with Meyer Werft GmbH of Germany to build two new Breakaway ...

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More Containers on the Move from Esbjerg

Niels Winther has experienced more sea freight requests for containers, shipped by Grimaldi Lines liner service ...

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Concordia Removal: One More Sponson to Go

The port side sponson P2 has been lifted off via Conquest crane and is now being submerged at the Concordia wreck, ...

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Watchkeeper: Why Shipping Is Likely to Cost More?

It seems to have taken a very long time coming, but the public is at last being alerted to why their shipping is ...

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Conti Reederei Returns to Jiangsu Hantong for Eight More

German ship-owner Conti Reederei has exercised options for additional eight 63,800 dwt dry bulk carriers with ...

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UACC Adds More Capacity to Its Chemical Tanker Fleet

United Arab Chemical Carriers (UACC) has added the 45,612 DWT chemical tanker, UACC Manama (ex Bunga Balsam), built ...

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ICS: 30 Pct More Efficient Ships to Enter Market by 2030

Shipping is the only industry with a mandatory global regime in place, agreed by the International Maritime ...

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