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- Containership leaking fuel oil at New Jersey terminal
- Diesel-electric power for the world's first fleet of robot vessels
- Greek Authorities Confirm No Covid-19 Aboard Mein Schiff 6
- CMA CGM Suspects Data Breach from Cyber Attack
- Georgia Ports Predicts Another Record Month for Container Volumes
- 80 Percent of Crew on Bulk Carrier Test Positive for COVID-19
- Three Iranian Tankers Approach Venezuela With Sanctioned Fuel Cargoes
- Okeanis Eco Tankers secures VLCC charter
- Why scrubbers matter
- HHLA takes control of new PLT terminal in Trieste
- Mainport acquires resources for Irish offshore wind market
- Container Fire on Ship Off India Highlights Ongoing Danger
- Kongsberg Digital Partners with MAN on Project for Höegh Autoliners
- Carnival's P&O Australia Confirms Sale of Cruise Ship
- Abu Dhabi Ports expands supply chain with MICCO acquisition
Shipowners Attempt to Blunt Criticism Through Ship Recycling Efforts
Faced with increasing economic pressures, many shipowners are looking at downsizing fleets and disposing of older vessels. The challenge has been to address environmental concerns and increasing restrictions while retiring older or worn-out vessels.
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Greek Authorities Confirm No Covid-19 Aboard Mein Schiff 6TUI Cruises was quick to highlight the success of its health protocols established in coordination with the Greek authorities.
CMA CGM Suspects Data Breach from Cyber AttackThe French shipping giant said in an update on Wednesday that its back-offices are gradually being reconnected to the network, improving booking and documentation processing times.
80 Percent of Crew on Bulk Carrier Test Positive for COVID-19A bulk carrier anchored off Western Australia has become the latest vessel struck with a severe outbreak of COVID-19, serving as a reminder of the dangers that seafarers face during the pandemic.
Three Iranian Tankers Approach Venezuela With Sanctioned Fuel CargoesThe first of three Iranian tankers carrying fuel to Venezuela is set to arrive Monday night, demonstrating the ability of the Iranian and Venezuelan governments to bypass American sanctions on a limited basis.
Why scrubbers matterThere should be no doubt about the importance of the marine exhaust gas cleaning system in helping to improve the health of those living and working around the world’s ports and harbours. There is currently no better solution.
- Philippine Coast Guard Takes Possession Of “Gabriela Silang”
- Carnival Cruise Line Names Newest Vista-Class Ship
- Simorgh drone joining Iran’s Navy