- Hapag-Lloyd increases prices from East Asia
- Russia’s Northern Fleet to test Nikolai Skosyrev hydrographic vessel
- d’Amico Shrinks Loss, Bullish on Tanker Market Recovery
- Yangzijiang Secures 11 Orders in 2nd Half of 2019
- Australian Navy will receive Sydney Air Warfare Destroyer in 2020
- Dutch Salvage Firm to Refloat Grounded Tanker off India
- MOL, SHI Win DNV GL AIP for ULCV Bow Windshield Design
- Exmar Ships First LNG Cargo Produced by Tango FLNG
- Viking Sky Near Grounding the Result of Low Lubricating Oil
- 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
Hunter Joins New Scrubber Pool for VLCCs
Hunter Tankers, a part of Hunter Group ASA, has selected Tankers International Ltd as commercial manager for its fleet of very large crude carriers (VLCCs).
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Dutch Salvage Firm to Refloat Grounded Tanker off IndiaThe government of India has selected a Dutch salvage company to salvage the chemical tanker Nu-Shi Nalini which ran aground off Dona Paula at Goa in late October.
Euronav Picks Malaysia Port for Low Sulphur Fuel HubBelgian tanker operator Euronav signed a service agreement on Tuesday making Malaysia’s Linggi Port its supply base providing low-sulphur marine fuels and other services for ships plying East-of-Suez routes, the port operator said.
MPC Capital Takes Stake in Tanker Specialist AlbisHamburg-based asset and investment manager MPC Capital has acquired a strategic stake of 50 percent in compatriot tanker chartering company Albis Shipping & Transport.
Gibson: Tanker Scrapping to Remain Low During WinterA lack of demolition activity has been one of the key developments in tanker supply this year, with scrapping likely to remain at low levels in the coming months, Gibson Shipbrokers said in its latest tanker market report.
Monjasa Supplies 1st VLSFO in Lome, Expands West African FootprintDanish bunker company Monjasa has completed its first ship-to-ship (STS) supply of the very low sulfur fuel oil (VLSFO) in Lome, Togo.
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- 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
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- Port of Ceuta Carries Out First VLSFO Bunkering
- ITF Calls for Urgent Action to Tackle Rising Piracy in Gulf of Guinea
- Gibson: Tanker Scrapping to Remain Low During Winter
- USCG: Oils Spills During Bunkering Ops in Honolulu
- Halifax Shipyard Launches 2nd AOPS For Royal Canadian Navy
- Pakistan Navy Commissions New Survey Vessel Behr Masah
- ABS Introduces Industry’s 1st Guide to Tackle Containership Fire Issue
- Russian Navy To Build Armored Shelters For Its Submarines
- Maersk announces new rates from North Europe
- Myanmar Navy’s New LPD ‘Moattama’ In Vladivostok
- Russian Tanker Damaged by Deadly Gas Explosion Released
- Fishing season begins in the Caspian Sea
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