- Euronav benefits from outstanding large tanker market
- India delays implementation of SCMTR rules
- Pandemic drives Maersk’s N. Europe, ME and Subcontinent revamp
- Disappointing South Korean liner alliance reformed for another year
- 16 Detained in Connection with Beirut Explosion
- Genting Warns of "Significantly Higher" Losses in First Half of 2020
- How COVID-19 Could Impact Travel and Cruising for Years to Come
- India Permits Cruises to Resume Starting October 1
- Unique Sail Cruise Ship Under Construction Gets Her Masts
- Beirut Port Tragedy: Ports and Dangerous Chemicals
- Aker Offshore Wind sets sights on deep-water projects
- Heavy Weather Topples Cranes at India’s Top Container Port
- Port Canaveral Sees Progress for Congressional Relief
- Tripoli and Adjacent Ports Set to Pick Up Imports in Wake of Beirut Blast
- Transocean Hires Financial Advisor to Evaluate ‘Strategic Alternatives’
NYK Wraps Up Japan’s First Carbon-Neutral Voyage
Shipping major NYK has undertaken Japan’s first carbon-neutral voyage by offsetting 5,000 tons of CO2.
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Disappointing South Korean liner alliance reformed for another yearKorea Shipping Partnership, a quasi-alliance of all 14 South Korean liner operators, has extended its term by a year, even as its three years of existence failed to improve earnings.
CMA shipping event for 2020 goes online in light of Covid-19The Connecticut Maritime Association’s (CMA) CMA Shipping 2020 Conference and Exhibition will be delivered as an entirely virtual event as part of the first ever North American Shipping Week to be held from 12-16 October.
Maersk Joins Global Brands in Launching Net Zero Global InitiativeA.P. Moller – Maersk joined with eight other leading global companies in launching a new initiative to accelerate the transition to a net zero global economy.
Sovereign, the World's First Mega Cruise Ship, Arrives at ScrapyardJust a month after Spain’s Pullmantur Cruises announced its insolvency, two of its cruise ships have arrived at the scrapyards of Turkey, victims of the global pandemic.
Shipping lending dips to lowest level in over a decade, BNP Paribas largest portfolioAt the beginning of 2020 lending to shipping by the world’s top 40 ship financers was at its lowest level in more than a decade and global ship finance is expected to remain constrained in 2020/2021 in the absence of new positive factors.
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- Carnival Cruise Line Names Newest Vista-Class Ship
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