- Port of Los Angeles, Copenhagen Malmö Port Team Up on Sustainable Port Development
- FSL Trust Offloads Two Product Tankers
- Japan’s Namura Delivers Bulker Nightsky to Greek Owners
- WTO’s goods barometer suggests slow growth of world trade
- ICTSI Croatia welcomes new intermodal service
- Yemen’s Houthi Detain Vessel in Red Sea
- Bangladesh Court Rules 2016 Beaching of Maersk FPSO Illegal
- NWSA’s total box volumes up nearly 3% for 2019
- Avenir LNG Taking Its 2nd 7,500 cbm LNG Carrier to Brazil
- Government Of Ukraine Green Lights Procurement Of 20 OCEA FPB 98 Patrol Vessels
- U.S. Navy Accepts Delivery Of USNS Miguel Keith
- Qatar Charters Two MSC Cruises Ships for FIFA World Cup 2022
- Weak demand drags down spot rates from China
- CMA CGM, GRR from Canada to Indian Sub Continent
- Gasum to Use Swedegas’ Gothenburg Facility for Bunkering of LNG Ships
BW LNG Holds Naming Ceremony for LNG Carrier Duo in Korea
Shipping company BW LNG, part of BW Group, held a naming ceremony for two of its new LNG carriers on September 7.
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Drewry: Higher BAF Charges to Arrive ahead of IMO 2020With the enforcement date of the IMO 2020 low-sulphur regulation now only 6 weeks away, shippers and forwarders are starting to get their cheque-books out to help ocean carriers cover the additional cost of the cleaner, low-sulphur fuel.
Exmar Ships First LNG Cargo Produced by Tango FLNGAfter competing a first test shipment of liquefied natural gas (LNG) from its Tango FLNG project in Argentina, Belgian owner and operator of gas carriers Exmar has now shipped the first commercial cargo from the project.
China’s COSCO Sets Up New Company for Intra-Europe ServicesChina’s COSCO Shipping Lines has established a new subsidiary that would focus on intra-Europe feeder operations.
COSCO Shipping Specialized Carriers Names Its Latest Pulp CarrierChina’s shipping company COSCO Shipping Specialized Carriers has named its newest 62,000 dwt pulp carrier.
Klaveness Scaling Down Supramax Activity to Focus on PanamaxNorwegian shipping company Torvald Klaveness revealed intentions to scale down its dry bulk shipping activity in the Supramax segment and focus on the Panamax to Post-Panamax units.
- Expedition Cruise Operators Agree on Voluntary Arctic HFO Ban
- Turkish Owner Orders Tanker Duo in South Korea
- Carnival Boosts Its Ethics and Compliance Team
- COSCO Shipping Specialized Carriers Names Its Latest Pulp Carrier
- Finland to Build Another Hybrid Electric Ferry
- SC Ports continues to see strong volumes
- Boya Gongdao Robot Technology unveils its Shark-Inspired Chinese Robot Submarine
- Pacific Fleet submarine launches torpedo attack at adversary warships at drills
- Euronav Picks Malaysia Port for Low Sulphur Fuel Hub
- Nordic Ports Join Forces to Focus on Sustainable Future
- Russia’s Pacific Fleet Udaloy-Class Destroyer
- Drewry: Box Spot Rates Rise amid More Idle Ships, Bunker Surcharges
- Four Japanese Companies Partner Up on FPSO Charter Project
- HII Laid Keel Of 1st Flight III Arleigh Burke-Class Destroyer
- HHI Launched Third Daegu-Class FFX Batch II Frigate For ROK Navy
- ITF Calls for Urgent Action to Fight Piracy in Gulf of Guinea
- Klaveness Scaling Down Supramax Activity to Focus on Panamax
- Maersk’s Søren Toft Leaves, Company Looking for New COO
- Maersk announces new PSS in Port Sudan
- MPC Capital Takes Stake in Tanker Specialist Albis
- Myanmar Navy’s New LPD ‘Moattama’ In Vladivostok
- Russian Tanker Damaged by Deadly Gas Explosion Released
- Fishing season begins in the Caspian Sea
- Police's naval drill in Persian Gulf