- INTTRA Expands Carrier Network with NAMSUNG Shipping
- Wärtsilä expands, extends maintenance deal with Crowley
- U.K.’s Wight Shipyard nabs Mexican high-speed ferry order
- Project shows that autonomous ships can meet COLREG rules
- Keel laid for first hybrid cargo vessel in U.S.
- Rich Rewards Await Top Oil Refiners as Ships Make Low Sulphur Switch Fuel
- Giant New Ship-to-Shore Crane Begins Work at Port of Savannah
- Korean Carrier to Customers: We’re Not Sinking
- APL Strengthens Indian Subcontinent-Europe Connectivity with New Service
- British Ports Association Calls for ‘Frictionless’ Brexit
- Ernst Russ Sells Marenave Schiffahrts Stake
- Gulf Island books Navy T-ATS and U.S. Wind tower contracts
- LNG fueled shuttle tanker duo to feature wide range of ABB solutions
- More Casualties Seen Possible Among Korean Shipbuilders
- Faroe Petroleum’s Hunt for North Sea Oil Deals Could See It Double Size in Hot Market
Drops charges against activists
Russia formally dropped criminal charges against Greenpeace activists arrested in a protest over Arctic oil drilling, under a Kremlin amnesty extended to all 30 who had been facing up to seven years jail if convicted.
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TOTE Places Hawaii Plans on HoldU.S. ocean carrier TOTE said its plans to enter the domestic Hawaiian trade have been derailed by the scope and timing of infrastructure upgrades that would be required to accommodate the new service.
Turkey's Yasa in for ultramaxes at NACKSYasa Shipping from Turkey is finally closing in on an ultramax buying binge.
Rickmers Maritime revises debt restructuring planRickmers Trust Management, the trustee manager of Rickmers Maritime, has announced a revised restructuring plan in relation to S$100m 8.45% notes due 2017 after taking feedback from noteholders.
Kleven to Build Up to Four Expedition Vessels for HurtigrutenNorwegian shipbuilder Kleven Maritime has signed an agreement with tour company Hurtigruten Cruises to build up to four expedition-style ships.
IMO Representatives Discussed Migrant Issues'Migrant issues in the Mediterranean' conference was held on 5th of September with the participation of International Maritime Organization (IMO) committee presidents and representatives of 69 countries.
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- Gener8 Maritime Reports 4Q Loss of $45.4 mln
- Ship Finance International Acquires 15 Vintage Vessels
- Torvald Klaveness Extends Shipping Deal with Arcelor Mittal
- Disconnect from River to Washington
- Djibouti Says Its Container Port to Remain in State Hands
- Port of Oakland Targets 2.6 mln 20-foot Containers by 2022
- Warmth Brightens up La Spezia Container Terminal
- Migrant Influx Puts Greek Port on Edge
- Somalia Bans DP World, Says Contract with Somaliland Null
- Maersk's Port Business Woos Customers with New Transport Services
- EU Member States Ask to End Crippling Reporting Formalities for Ships
- North Rhine-Westphalia, Port Authority Make Start on Port Agreement
- One Dead after Maersk Line Vessel Catches Fire
- Fatal US Destroyer Collision Caused by 'Sudden Turn' -Singapore
- Oil Platform Fire near Corpus Christi Put Out
- Steel, Aluminum Tariffs a 'Bad Idea' -Morgan Stanley CEO
- MH370 Report to Be Released after Latest Search Ends
- Global Ship Lease Reports 4Q Loss
- Distillate Demand Boost from Shipping Sulphur Rules to be Brief