- U.S. Navy Probe to Decide Future of Fired Commander
- Natural Gas Glut Moves Offshore
- Shin Kurushima Dockyard Gets ClassNK AiP for LNG-Fueled Chemical Tanker Design
- Ferry feared sunk by cyclone, 60 people missing, Solomon islands
- COVID-19: IMO Chief Seeks UN Support over Keyworker Designation for Crew
- New Cluster of Coronavirus Cases Emerges at Keppel Shipyard
- Two Holland America Cruise Ships Dock in Florida
- Svitzer Bags Five-Year Contract Extension with NuStar
- ECSA: Maritime-Specific Rescue and Recovery Plan Is Urgently Needed
- Carnival to Put Majority of Its Ships in Prolonged Layups
- ONE Issues Its 1st Electronic Bill of Lading
- TORM Aframax tanker reported 3 crew including woman injured in boat fall
- HRAS: Bulker Crew Threatened for Voicing COVID-19 Exposure Fears
- World’s Largest Containership to Start Sailing at the End of April
- EU Commission Stops the Clock on HHIH-DSME Merger Probe
APL to enhance Falcon Express
APL announces an enhancement of Falcon Express (FCX) to broaden its westbound coverage to Asia through the addition of a direct call from Ensenada to Yokohoma.
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Tanker Rates Surge after Bahri’s Surprising ChartersSaudi Arabia’s decision to flood the oil markets with up to 12.3 million b/d of crude oil, followed by reports of Bahri’s rare move to charter up to 19 supertankers, has sent daily freight rates for Very Large Crude Carriers (VLCC) skyrocketing.
Finnlines Reports Stable Result Despite Lower VolumesLast year was profitable for Grimaldi’s RoRo and passenger company Finnlines despite a decline in cargo volumes.
Report: Iran to Acquire 158 New ShipsThe Iranian government has unveiled a massive newbuilding program in an effort to modernize the country’s fleet.
MISC Reports Revenue Rise due to More LNG Carriers in OperationMISC Group, a Malaysia-based provider of energy-related maritime solutions and services, wrapped up 2019 with both profit and revenue increases.
Sudan Agrees to Compensate Families of USS Cole VictimsSudan has agreed to compensate the families of sailors killed in an al Qaeda attack on the USS Cole warship 20 years ago, state news agency SUNA said on Thursday, part of government efforts to remove the country from a list of state sponsors of terrorism.
- Philippine Coast Guard Takes Possession Of “Gabriela Silang”
- Carnival Cruise Line Names Newest Vista-Class Ship
- Simorgh drone joining Iran’s Navy
- Myanmar Navy’s New LPD ‘Moattama’ In Vladivostok