TURKISH MARITIME NEWS
- Biden steers U.S. back towards Paris Agreement on his first day
- NEO Energy in talks to buy ExxonMobil’s North Sea assets
- MSC Says It Will Pony Up to Avoid General Average in Maersk Elba Fire
- 750 boxes fall off Maersk ship during another Pacific storm
- 37% of all boxes are rolled over
- Singapore to vaccinate over 10,000 frontline maritime workers by end of month
- Frank Coles, CEO of Wallem Group, resigns
- Pavimar grows fleet to 12 with capesize acquisition
- Pacific Drilling seals new drillship contract with Petronas
- US imposes further sanctions on Iranian shipping entities
- Dana Petroleum terminates Maersk Drilling contract
- Iran Fires Long-Range Anti-Ship Missiles Into Indian Ocean
- Introducing the top EPC company (IOEC)
- DNV GL Dropping the ‘GL’ Amid Corporate Rebranding
- KSOE wins order for VLCC pair
Report: India Slow-Walks Customs on Chinese Goods After Border Clash
As tensions between Indian and Chinese border forces in Ladakh simmer, Indian customs officials have implemented
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UK flag overhaul looks to Singapore for inspirationThe article, headlined ‘UK draws up plans to rival Singapore with post-Brexit shipping regime’, makes clear the British admiration of Singapore’s business regime.
Drone survey suggests ONE Apus cargo claims could top $200mUnloading of containers of the badly damaged ONE Apus is proceeding slowly at the Japanese port of Kobe with the operation to remove all boxes expected to take more than a month.
Hapag-Lloyd Reports 2020 Transport Volume RecoveryGerman container liner Hapag-Lloyd expects transport volumes in the fourth quarter to pare sharp losses seen earlier this year as a demand recovery in Asia lifts seaborne shipments.
ZIM reports all-time record Q3 profitUnderscoring the remarkable bounce back of container shipping from reduced volumes due to Covid-19 lockdowns in the first half of the year, ZIM has reported its highest ever Q3 profit.
Asian Cruises Resume from Japan and SingaporeAsia has become the latest area of the world to relaunch cruise operations. At the beginning of the week, two of Japan’s larger cruise ships resumed service, and tomorrow the first cruise will depart from Singapore.
- Philippine Coast Guard Takes Possession Of “Gabriela Silang”
- Carnival Cruise Line Names Newest Vista-Class Ship
- Simorgh drone joining Iran’s Navy