- NAT books 2 Suezmaxes at SHI
- Digital naming ceremony held for CMA CGM's 23,000 TEU behemoth
- Neptune makes first step in offshore execution of North Sea project
- Ostwind 2 cable pathways now UXO-free
- New-four stroke engine: Turning hydrogen sceptics into believers
- LNG dual-fuel engine a 'robust choice' for shipping's decarbonisation
- Massive Chinese Fishing Fleet Leaves Area Near the Galapagos Islands
- Qatar’s Hamad Port Container Terminal 2 to start operations in December
- Port of Felixstowe battling heavy congestion
- SOV for Hornsea Two OWF launched in Turkey
- Hengli Petrochemical Co. starts up PSA units at Dalian complex
- 2M Restores Transpacific Capacity
- Mexico Seizes Ship Linked to Fuel Theft
- Finnish Passenger Ferry Grounds and Evacuated in Baltic
- South African Development Agency Plans "Green" Ship Recycling Facility
MSC announces new rates from India and Pakistan
MSC announces the following freight rates as from January 6th, 2020 until further notice but not beyond January 31st, 2020.
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Digital naming ceremony held for CMA CGM's 23,000 TEU behemothA first-of-its-kind digital naming ceremony was held today for the 23,000 TEU CMA CGM Jacques Saade, the largest LNG-powered containership in the world.
New-four stroke engine: Turning hydrogen sceptics into believersA new medium-speed, dual-fuel engine will underpin the use of hydrogen as fuel for coastal shipping and cold ironing applications
Massive Chinese Fishing Fleet Leaves Area Near the Galapagos IslandsEcuador’s navy said on Tuesday that Chinese fishing vessels have gradually left the area near the Galapagos Islands and are now operating in international waters off Peru, following months of fishing that spurred criticism from environmental groups.
Hengli Petrochemical Co. starts up PSA units at Dalian complexHoneywell UOP has announced that Hengli Petrochemical Co. Ltd. has successfully started up seven UOP Polybed™ pressure swing adsorption (PSA) units supplying high-purity hydrogen at its complex in Dalian, Liaoning, China.
Suspected Al Qaeda Terrorists Arrested in Plot to Attack Indian NavyIndia's National Investigation Agency (NIA) has arrested nine men who were allegedly preparing to carry out terrorist attacks on behalf of Al Qaeda - including an attack on Indian Navy facilities, according to local media.
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