- AREVA delivers nuclear area investigation robots
- SE Shipping Takes Sainty Marine to Arbitration
- Election day at the International Maritime Organization
- Cement carrier runs aground off Swedish coast
- Krishanpatnam port making rapid strides
- Bergen Viking Goes Green
- US Supreme Court halts Obama's environmental initiative
- Canada and UK to boost co-operation in nuclear energy
- Heads of maritime and migratin agreed to work together against unsaved migration
- Business as usual for Greek shipping companies
- 'Shipping Industry concerned about approach to energy exports in U.S.'
- Mega Ships Leading Global Demand
- Johan Sverdrup: Biggest Project in Norway
- God Blessed the Passangers: 1250 people would die
- US: Shipping industry reports show slower economic start in 2015
- ELECTİON DAY AT THE INTERNATIONAL MARITIME ORGANIZATION
- CERMENT CARRIER RUNS AGROUND OFF SWEDISH COAST
- KRISHANPATNAM PORT MAKING RAPID STRIDES
- BERGEN VIKING GOES GREEN
- Canada and U.K. TO BOOST CO-OPERATION IN NUCLEAR ENERGY
- HEADS OF MARITIME AND MIGRATION AGREED TO WORK TOGETHER AGAINST UNSAVED MİGRATION
- BUSİNESS AS USUAL FOR GREEK SHİPPİNG COMPANİES
- 'SHİPPİNG INDUSTRY CONCERNED ABOUT APPROACH TO ENERGY EXPORTS IN U.S.'
- MEGA SHİPS LEADİNG GLOBAL DEMAND
- JOHAN SVERDRUP: BİGGEST PROJECT İN NORWAY
- Vietnam: Ministry plans to utilise potential of country’s waterways
- Pool of tankers in Middle East eases over week
- Fair Shipping and Seafarers’ Rights
- Freighter Catches Fire off Aberdeen
- 28 Institutional Investors to Sue OW Bunker
- SSA Points to Differences Between Piracy and Armed Robbery
- Ocean Three Carriers Take the First Hit
- Liberia-Flagged Bulker Runs Aground off Brazil
- Glencore Sued by Nigerian Trader
- Shipping Will Need 42,500 Officers by 2019
- NAT Looking into a ‘Ship or Two’
- Hanjin Shipping’s HQ Raided
- Panama Canal Pacific Locks Get First Taste of Water
- GasLog Partners Buys Methane Sisters
- Italian Bulker Aided by Compatriot Navy Ship
- Odfjell Exits European Short Sea Market
- Aussie Cruise Line Rebrands
- BC Ferries Posts Strong Results
- Cargo transportation by Ukraine’s water transport up 11.5% to 1.8 mln t in Jan-May’15
- Carnival Magic Coming Earlier to Port Canaveral
AREVA delivers nuclear area investigation robotsFrance's AREVA supplied functionary robots to operate in nuclear areas to French Atomic Energy Commission
SE Shipping Takes Sainty Marine to ArbitrationTroubled Chinese shipbuilder Jiangsu Sainty Marine Corporation has agreed with Singapore-based SE Shipping Lines Pte. Ltd. to appoint an arbitrator over a shipbuilding contract dispute.
God Blessed the Passangers: 1250 people would dieDetails has just arrived from officers about the accident which occurred in Friday night. Celestyal Crystal named cruise ship collided with tankship Sti Pimlico in Dardanelles Strait. St Pimlico was carrying naphtha during this time.
US: Shipping industry reports show slower economic start in 2015May and April reports on the closely watched U.S. shipping industry suggest that the national economy may be struggling to maintain the pace that began in 2014.
China Shipping launches container shipping services in MoldovaChina Shipping Group announced the official launching of its container shipping services in Moldova, becoming thus the second foreign companies to have the operation in the country’s only port of Giurgiulesti.
Ocean Safety publishes 2015 Commercial CatalogueOcean Safety, specialists in the worldwide supply, distribution, service and hire of marine safety equipment, has just published its latest annual catalogue of safety equipment for commercial maritime organisations, ahead of the Seawork exhibition.
Maritime Safety: Nigeria Domesticates IMO LawsNigeria has taken a major step towards concluding the process of domesticating five International Maritime Organisation (IMO) regulatory instruments with the submission of the instruments of assent to five protocols of the IMO in London.
Transport Ministry moves to boost shipping industryMinister of Transport Dzifa Aku Ativor has said the ministry is working toward getting a policy that will compel shipping companies to introduce a training regime that ensures their local staff gain professional qualifications in shipping.
Day of the Seafarer focuses on maritime education and trainingFor the fifth time, the Day of the Seafarer is celebrated – the IMO’s international day in honour of the world’s seafarers. This year, the IMO is focusing on maritime education and training.
Safety Record In Global Maritime Industry Continues To ImproveThe maritime industry continued to improve its safety record in 2014 with 75 total shipping losses reported worldwide compared with 110 shipping losses in 2013.
- ECSA Urges for Swift Ratification of IMO Hong Kong ConventionEuropean shipowners have called for a swift ratification of the 2009 IMO Hong Kong Convention (HKC) in a position paper published earlier this week.
- IMO Agrees on Coral Sea Ships Routeing MeasuresThe proposed ships routeing measures will be submitted to IMO’s Maritime Safety Committee (MSC 95) in June for adoption.
- IMO Launches Study on D-2 ImplementationThe IMO has launched a Study on the implementation of the ballast water performance standard described in regulation D-2 of the BWM Convention.
- EU Commission Closes Riga Infringement CaseIn July 2011 and in May 2012 the Latvian authorities provided explanations to the EC on providing tugboat services at the Freeport, rejecting the allegations in regards of restrictions on freedom of establishment.
- Infographic: EU Shipping Industry in NumbersA recently updated Oxford Economics study has revealed that the overall contribution of the European shipping industry to the European Union’s GDP in 2013 was around EUR 147 billion (USD 163.7bn).
- ECSA: Strong EU Equals Strong Shipping SectorConsequently, it is vital to keep the open seas secure and eliminate all threats of piracy and armed robbery that put human life as well as the global logistics chain at risk.
- ECSA Urges for Swift Ratification of IMO Hong Kong Convention
- IMO Agrees on Coral Sea Ships Routeing Measures
- IMO Launches Study on D-2 Implementation
- EU Commission Closes Riga Infringement Case
- Infographic: EU Shipping Industry in Numbers
- ECSA: Strong EU Equals Strong Shipping Sector
Denmark’s largest pension funds sue OW BunkerDenmark’s biggest pension funds, ATP and PFA, are planning to sue collapsed shipping fuel firm OW Bunker as part of a group of institutional investors aiming to recoup more than DKK800m (€107m) lost just six months after the company’s much-heralded IPO.
Greece’s creditor propose to target shipping sector – documentsGreece’s shipping sector faces paying a higher tonnage tax, and a phase-out of the special tax allowances it has enjoyed, under the latest proposals presented by the country’s creditors.
Double Cruise Ship Launch at FincantieriItalian shipbuilder Fincantieri launched two cruise ships from its shipyards in Monfalcone and Ancona this Thursday.
Russia Wants to Ban Foreign-Flagged Ships from Its ArcticRussia’s Transport Ministry is considering a new bill that would considerably restrict shipping operations for foreign flagged vessels in the Russian Arctic.
BAM completes $73m Aqaba New Liquifed Gas TerminalBAM International has completed the €65m ($72.8m) contract to construct the Aqaba New Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) Terminal for Aqaba Development Corporation (ADC).
US Senate Approves Ports Performance Act to Preempt Cargo Flow DisruptionsThe US Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation has approved the Ports Performance Act, intended to provide earlier warning of disruptions to various sectors of US economy following the recent nine month labor dispute.
Mega Containerships Kept Longer at PortsBerth productivity on mega-container ships slipped in 2014 on a global basis, underscoring the continuing challenges that ports, terminals and container lines are facing in combating congestion and delays at major seaports around the world.
Malaysia Closing Down on Tanker Hijacking MastermindMalaysian authorities are close to identifying a person who planned the hijacking of the oil tanker MT Orkim Harmony, local media reported the Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency’s deputy-director general Datuk Ahmad Puzi Ab Kahar as saying.
Ferry Service from Calais to Dover Back to NormalThe ferry services between French port Calais and UK counterpart Dover are running to schedule, ferry operator MyFerryLink informed.
Ocean Yield Takes Delivery of Navig8 AquamarineOslo-listed shipowning company Ocean Yield ASA has taken delivery of the 37,000 dwt IMO II chemical tanker “Navig8 Aquamarine” from Korean shipbuilder Hyundai Mipo Dockyard.
Sun Birdie Hijackers Get 10 Years in Prison and CaningA court in Malaysia sentenced nine Indonesian nationals to ten years in prison and one stroke with a rotan cane for the hijacking and the armed robbery of the Malaysia-flagged chemical tanker MT Sun Birdie off Pengerang in January 2015.
- 14:02 - AREVA delivers nuclear area investigation robots
- 13:27 - SE Shipping Takes Sainty Marine to Arbitration
- 13:17 - Election day at the International Maritime Organization
- 13:03 - Cement carrier runs aground off Swedish coast
- 12:47 - Krishanpatnam port making rapid strides
- 12:36 - Bergen Viking Goes Green
- 12:29 - US Supreme Court halts Obama's environmental initiative
- 12:24 - Canada and UK to boost co-operation in nuclear energy
- 12:12 - Heads of maritime and migratin agreed to work together against unsaved migration
- 12:02 - Business as usual for Greek shipping companies
- 11:48 - 'Shipping Industry concerned about approach to energy exports in U.S.'
- 11:41 - Mega Ships Leading Global Demand
- 11:26 - Johan Sverdrup: Biggest Project in Norway
- 20:23 - God Blessed the Passangers: 1250 people would die
- 18:22 - US: Shipping industry reports show slower economic start in 2015