- TORM Invests in Scrubber-Fitted LR2 Newbuilding Pair
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- Royal Australian Navy establishes new warfighting agency
- Russian Navy’s Gremyaschiy corvette completes sea trials
- NYK: Coal Carrier Newbuild Starts Working for Joban Joint Power
- Report: Haifa Port Privatization Cleared
- Pirates Fire Upon Boxship off Nigeria
- Port of Karachi Bans Discharge of Scrubber Wash Water
- Large Vessel Demand Rises as Boxships Queuing for Scrubber Retrofits
- Schulte, DEVK Create New Maritime Asset Investment Platform
- IMO Secretary-General: Prices for Compliant Fuels Stabilizing
- France orders eight diving support fast boats for navy
- US Navy unveils name of newest Ford-class aircraft carrier
Box ships dominate Panama Canal's record tonnage
The Panama Canal has closed the 2019 fiscal year (FY2019) with record tonnage – and the container ship sector continues to dominate
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TORM Invests in Scrubber-Fitted LR2 Newbuilding PairDanish tanker shipping company TORM has inked a contract to buy two scrubber-fitted LR2 newbuildings from Chinese-based Guangzhou Shipyard International (GSI).
NYK: Coal Carrier Newbuild Starts Working for Joban Joint PowerJapanese shipbuilder Tsuneishi Shipbuilding has delivered Sunshine Pride, a coal carrier operated by shipping company NYK that will work for power company Joban Joint Power.
Pirates Fire Upon Boxship off NigeriaA group of armed men fired upon a containership underway some 19 nautical miles South West of Bayelsa, Nigeria, on Tuesday, January 21.
Port of Karachi Bans Discharge of Scrubber Wash WaterThe Port of Karachi in Pakistan has joined the list of ports enforcing a ban on discharge of wash water from open-loop scrubbers, according to Standard Club.
Large Vessel Demand Rises as Boxships Queuing for Scrubber RetrofitsMore than 100 containerships aggregating 950,000 TEUs were in yards for scrubber retrofits last month before the International Maritime Organization (IMO) sulphur cap entered into force on January 1, 2020, according to Alphaliner.
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