- Greek Shipping Dominates Capital Link Forum in Athens
- Oil from Sunken Sanchi Tanker Washes Up in Japan
- British Ship Insurer Steamship to Set Up Dutch Subsidiary as Brexit Hedge
- NASSCO Delivers ‘Floating Sea Base’ USNS Hershel “Woody” Williams to U.S. Navy
- New Zealand’s Port of Tauranga Result Tipped to Confirm Strong Growth
- Exmar Barge-Based FSRU on Way to Singapore
- Transocean Upbeat About Offshore Recovery, Despite Quarterly Loss
- Hyundai Mipo Dockyard delivers world's largest LNG fueled bulker
- Conrad Shipyard delivers first of three Vane Brothers ATB tugs
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Two vessels attacked
Pirates attempted to hijack MV Jolly Rosso. Almost at the same time, MV Al Khaliq, a Panama flagged bulk carrier reported being under attack 180 nautical miles west of the Seychelles.
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Greek Shipping Dominates Capital Link Forum in AthensThe awards were presented at Capital Link’s 9th Annual Greek Shipping Forum in Athens on Thursday. The award was given in recognition of their contribution to shipping and Greece and for the overall service to the shipping industry.
Oil from Sunken Sanchi Tanker Washes Up in JapanOil that reached islands in southern Japan earlier this month is highly likely to have come from the sunken Iranian tanker Sanchi, the Japan Coast Guard said on Thursday.
British Ship Insurer Steamship to Set Up Dutch Subsidiary as Brexit HedgeBritish ship insurer Steamship Mutual plans to set up a new Dutch subsidiary to ensure continued access to trade in the European Union in case Britain loses single market access.
NASSCO Delivers ‘Floating Sea Base’ USNS Hershel “Woody” Williams to U.S. NavyGeneral Dynamics NASSCO delivered the second mobile afloat ‘sea base’ to the U.S. Navy’s Military Sealift Command.
New Zealand’s Port of Tauranga Result Tipped to Confirm Strong GrowthPort of Tauranga’s half-year result on Friday is expected to show New Zealand’s largest port is on track to deliver full-year earnings at the top end of its guidance of NZ $88 million (USD 64.40 million) to NZ $92 million (USD 67.33 million).
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