- Brave Tern gearing up for largest wind turbines
- Pirates Attack Second Vessel in Gulf of Guinea Kidnapping Five Crew
- Employing the USMCA to Build Trade Between Florida and Mexico's Ports
- USCG: Needless Flares and Drunk Boating Still Illegal on 4th of July
- Chinese Officials Investigate COVID-19 During Crew Change on MSC Ship
- Burned Car Carrier Hoegh Xiamen Declared a Total Loss
- Wan Hai Lines launching Taiwan - Vietnam - Thailand service
- Container volume at major Chinese ports up 3.5% in late June
- Harland & Wolff Makes Turnaround With Cruise and Ferry Refits
- Hurtigruten Expands Cruising Including First Departures from Germany
- 11 industry majors pave way for accelerating energy transition
- Polish LNG terminal receives milestone 100th cargo
- U.S. Seeks Seize Iranian Gasoline from Four Tankers Headed to Venezuela
- Pirates Kidnap Nine from BW Offshore FPSO Off Nigeria
- Coast Guard, NTSB Investigating Lost Containers in Hawaii
Britain at Risk of Losing Leading Edge in Maritime Services
By Jonathan Saul LONDON, Sept 9 (Reuters) – Britain’s position as a top hub for maritime services is being eroded by competition, a loss of shipping finance business
This news is a total 249 time has been read
Cyprus appoints new Deputy Shipping MinisterEuropean Union maritime policy expert Vassilios Demetriades, has become Cyprus' new cabinet member in charge of shipping, after a government reshuffle.
China COSCO Shipping orders LNG trio at HudongChina COSCO Shipping on Tuesday said it has placed an order for three liquefied natural gas (LNG) carriers at Hudong Zhonghua Shipbuilding.
Low demand and capacity withdrawal to persist for container shippingContainer shipping is expected to see current low demand levels persisting, consequently leading to high levels of capacity withdrawals, according to analyst Sea-Intelligence.
Hapag-Lloyd to Halt Waste Shipments to ChinaGerman container shipping line Hapag-Lloyd said it had notified customers it will stop accepting cargoes of solid waste, including scrap metal, bound for China that arrive from Sept. 1 onwards to comply with new legislation.
MPC Container Ships Seeks Approval for Recapitalization PlanMPC Container Ships is seeking approval from its bondholders and lenders for a recapitalization plan designed to improve liquidity and provide the company time to optimize its fleet and position for an anticipated market recovery.
- Philippine Coast Guard Takes Possession Of “Gabriela Silang”
- Carnival Cruise Line Names Newest Vista-Class Ship
- Simorgh drone joining Iran’s Navy