Turkish maritime news
- WATER IS LIFE, LET'S HELP
- Penguin has delivered Singapore's first hybrid-powered ship
- Suez Canal blockage: 4 of the biggest trade chokepoints
- Unvaccinated Seafarers Put Shipping in ‘Legal Minefield’, Says ICS
- Qatar Launches Shipowner Tender for Massive Future LNG Carrier Fleet
- St. Lawrence Seaway Opens for 2021 Shipping Season
- Netanyahu Blames Tehran For Explosion Aboard Israeli RoRo Helios Ray
- Container line schedule reliability at record low for 6th month running
- China seeks to accelerate green economy including shipping and ports
- Israel Clears Greek Tanker of Suspicion in Oil Spill Investigation
- CMA CGM to Deploy Six LNG-Powered Containerships on Transpacific
- Oil Benchmark Revamp Sees Surge in Trading of Opaque Swaps
- Wakashio Captain Confirms He Navigated Close to Shore to Pick Up Cell Signal, But Blames Chief Officer for Grounding
- Australia Launches Livestock Carrier Inspection Campaign
- Ship Owners Lock In Charter Rates at 13-Year Highs
Genting HK Details Financial Challenges, Cruises and Shipbuilding
A week after announcing that it was suspending payments to its financial creditors to preserve liquidity while it seeks to refinance, Genting Hong Kong announced a larger anticipated loss but also provided more details on its situation.
This news is a total 4779 time has been read
Rauma shipyard shuts down production after over 230 coronavirus infectionsFinland-based shipbuilder Rauma Marine Constructions has shut down production after 239 workers tested positive for coronavirus.
Windcat Workboats changing handsSEACOR Marine has entered into an agreement with Compagnie Maritime Belge (CMB) to sell its wholly-owned subsidiary Windcat Workboats and its crew transfer vessel (CTV) business.
TIGER surveys Morbihan tidal site off FranceThe teams from Université Bretagne Sud (UBS) and Morbihan Hydro Energies have carried out a series of hydrodynamic measurement campaigns and environmental characterisations of the Morbihan site in Brittany, France.
Korea Shipbuilding to build platform off MyanmarKorea Shipbuilding & Offshore Engineering has scored a $450 million deal from Posco International to build a gas compression platform offshore Myanmar.
The year ahead in ship financeBig banks will further withdraw from shipping and other smaller industries. Make no mistake, banks are in big trouble, slashing staff across the world.
- Philippine Coast Guard Takes Possession Of “Gabriela Silang”
- Carnival Cruise Line Names Newest Vista-Class Ship
- Simorgh drone joining Iran’s Navy