- 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
- UAE announces discovery of new oil reserves
- Endesa to Convert Algeciras Coal Terminal into LNG Bunkering Pier
- MOL Tests First Technology to Capture Microplastics in Ballast Water
- Liners turn to multipurpose tonnage to plug gaps in charter market
- US$120Bn Abu Dhabi energy budget approved
- Russia accuses US Navy destroyer of violating territorial waters in Sea of Japan
- Uniper Energy and Neutral Fuels team up to provide biofuels at Fujairah
- Fincantieri to build new ship repair yard in Mexico
- Damen Completes Conversion of PSV into Fish Feed Carrier
Scorpio Bulkers Offloads Ultramax Pair
Monaco-based dry bulk shipping company Scorpio Bulkers is selling two of its Ultramax vessels, SBI Puma and SBI Cougar.
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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.
CMA CGM to Expand LNG-Powered Fleet to 26 VesselsContainer shipping group CMA CGM will expand its use of liquified natural gas (LNG) to 26 vessels, it said on Thursday, as part of efforts to reduce pollution in ocean shipping.
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