- China Approves Restart of Domestic Cruise Industry
- ADNOC orders VLCC trio at DSME
- China to Allow Australian Coal Cargoes Ashore Despite Ban
- Ferry Loading Ramp Accident Leaves Driver With Serious Injuries
- Germany Says Nord Stream 2 Picked a Ship to Finish Pipeline
- Soren Toft, Former Maersk Executive, Takes the Helm at MSC
- Two Seriously Injured in Lifeboat Drill Accident in Vancouver -Report
- Logistics giant DSV charters three MPPs amid super tight slot availability to launch Denmark – China route
- Massive Cargo Loss: Estimated 1,900 Containers Lost or Damaged on ONE Apus
- World’s 1st zero-emission container vessel, Yara Birkeland, delivered
- Russia’s newest corvette conducts the first launch of cruise missile off Pacific coast
- Fincantieri Reveals Plans for Major New Shipyard in Yucatan, Mexico
- Korean Trade Commission Fines GTT Over LNG Licensing and Sales Tactics
- Map details rising incidents of crew abandonment
- Jeff Bezos urged by shipping bodies to support stranded seafarers
NYK Concludes Long-term Contract for Van Phong Coal-fired Power Project
NYK has concluded a 25-year contract with Van Phong Power Company Limited, a wholly owned subsidiary of Sumitomo Corporation for the transport of coal for the Van Phong coal-fired power project to be newly constructed in Vietnam.
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China to Allow Australian Coal Cargoes Ashore Despite BanChina is set to allow a shipment of Australian coal into the country, according to a person familiar with the matter, despite a ban on such imports remaining in place as tensions between Beijing and Canberra escalate.
Liners turn to multipurpose tonnage to plug gaps in charter marketLiners are having to seek out multipurpose (MPP) ships to cope with extraordinary demand and sky high rates across container shipping tradelanes.
Maersk Reports Quicker Rebound and Raises its OutlookA.P. Moller – Maersk supplied further evidence of the rebound the shipping lines are experiencing reporting a faster than expected recovery in the third quarter results and raising its expectations for its full-year results.
MSC tipped to overtake Maersk at the top of the liner rankingsMaersk, the world’s largest containerline for the past quarter century, could soon lose its top spot on the global liner rankings list to its alliance partner, MSC.
Yang Ming appoints new general managerTaiwanese containerline Yang Ming Marine Transport has appointed Shu-Chin Du as the new general manager of the company.
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