- DNV GL: climate change will not wait for pandemic to pass
- USWC spot rates edge into uncharted territory
- Meyer Turku announces first phase of layoffs
- U.S. Seizes Four Iranian Fuel Cargoes En Route Venezuela
- Ports of Auckland Fined for Speeding Pilot Boats After Fatal Accident
- DFDS Reports Post-COVID-19 Rebound in Freight and Passenger Demand
- Officer on Watch Asleep as Cargo Ship Grounds in the Philippines
- Amsterdam and North Sea Canal Ports Report Volumes Declines in 2020
- Port of Seattle Continues Work With Business Innovation Initiative
- Vietnamese ship runs aground off Philippines after officer on watch falls asleep
- Security Contractors Convicted Under New Nigerian Anti-Piracy Law
- Teekay LNG in “another record quarter”
- World of Ports Adds Firepower to Marine Assurance Armory
- Panama Ship Registry Addresses Wakashio Grounding in Mauritius
- Container Lines Resume Calls to Beirut as Terminal Restarts Operation
Turkey's latest armed drone Akinci completes first flight
Turkey's newest armed drone successfully completed its first test flight, manufacturer Baykar announced Friday. Turkey's latest armed drone Akıncı successfully passes maiden test flight, manufacturer Baykar says.
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Meyer Turku announces first phase of layoffsFinnish shipbuilder Meyer Turku has concluded the first phase of employee cooperation negotiations (YT negotiations) that will result in the permanent layoff of 166 people.
U.S. Seizes Four Iranian Fuel Cargoes En Route Venezuelahe United States on Friday said it has seized four Iranian fuel shipments en route to Venezuela and confiscated the cargoes, disrupting a key supply line for both Tehran and Caracas as they defied U.S. sanctions.
DFDS Reports Post-COVID-19 Rebound in Freight and Passenger DemandWhile second quarter results were down sharply reflecting the economic impact of the pandemic, European freight and passenger operator DFDS provided a cautiously optimistic outlook.
Vietnamese ship runs aground off Philippines after officer on watch falls asleepA Vietnam-flagged cargo vessel ran aground in the waters between Nagubat Island and Liwagao Island in Antique, the Philippines, on 13 August 2020, the Philippine Coast Guard said.
Security Contractors Convicted Under New Nigerian Anti-Piracy LawPort Harcourt court justice Ishaq Sani summarily convicted the men on the first two counts on Monday and sentenced them to a fine of $50,000 each. They will spend no additional time in jail
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