- APL updates South China Loop 3 service
- Russia To Upgrade Three More Nanuchka III-Class Corvettes
- China’s COSCO Sets Up New Company for Intra-Europe Services
- Alcohol Leads to Fatal Fall aboard Cargo Ship, Transport Malta Says
- MMSC For Hellenic Navy: No, The Cost Is Not € 2 Billion, It Is Double The Amount
- Pirates Attack Italian-Flagged Ship off Mexico
- 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
China-built Lamu port to receive first ship in December
Kenya’s Chinese-built port in the coastal island of Lamu is expected to be launched in December, the port agency said on Monday.
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SC Ports continues to see strong volumesSouth Carolina Ports Authority has seen strong volumes in the first four months of fiscal year 2020 with growth in both containerized and vehicle cargo.
Nordic Ports Join Forces to Focus on Sustainable FutureTen ports in the Nordic Region have signed a declaration with the aim to focus on sustainable port management.
Port of Ceuta Carries Out First VLSFO BunkeringThe Spanish Port of Ceuta is ready to deliver IMO 2020-compliant marine fuel after completing its first very low sulphur fuel oil (VLSFO) bunkering operation on November 7.
NRF: Imports at Top US Ports to See Final Tariff-Driven Surge of 2019Imports at major U.S. retail container ports are expected to see their final surge of the year this month ahead of new tariffs set to take effect in December, according to the National Retail Federation and Hackett Associates.
MSC giant vessel calls at SingaporeMSC Isabella, one of the new ships from MSC’s Gülsün-Class of container vessels, made its maiden call at the Port of Singapore on 10 November 2019. The Gülsün-Class is currently the world’s largest series of container ships.
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- HII Laid Keel Of 1st Flight III Arleigh Burke-Class Destroyer
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