- Klaveness Combination Carriers nets green financing for its two newbuilds
- Wild Swings in Freight Rates the New Normal Amid Uneven Recovery
- Mission to Seafarers Sea Sunday celebrations to be broadcast online
- Cosco Shipping Maritime University debuts in Qingdao
- Seaborne trade to contract by 1bn tonnes in 2020: Clarksons
- Suez Canal gives vehicle carrier toll rebate
- Maersk acquiring KGH Customs Services in $279m deal
- Pressure Builds to Salvage Decaying FSO Off War-Torn Yemen
- The USCG's First Superstorm: The Great Galveston Hurricane
- Two U.S. Navy Carriers Send a Message in South China Sea
- Study: Gas Hydrate Plug May Have Led to Deepwater Horizon Blowout
- Greenpeace UK Fined $100,000 Over Oil Rig Protests
- Brave Tern gearing up for largest wind turbines
- Pirates Attack Second Vessel in Gulf of Guinea Kidnapping Five Crew
- Employing the USMCA to Build Trade Between Florida and Mexico's Ports
U.S. Charges Foreign Shipping Companies, Engineer Over Illegal Dumping
The U.S. Justice Department has charged two foreign shipping companies and a first assistant engineer related to the alleged illegal dumping oily bilge water from a tanker near San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge.
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Cosco Shipping Maritime University debuts in QingdaoChina’s largest shipping group Cosco Shipping has inaugurated its corporate university in Qingdao, Shandong province to promote shipping talents development.
Maersk acquiring KGH Customs Services in $279m dealAP Moller – Maersk is acquiring Swedish trade and customs management specialist KGH Customs Services.
Cyprus appoints new Deputy Shipping MinisterEuropean Union maritime policy expert Vassilios Demetriades, has become Cyprus' new cabinet member in charge of shipping, after a government reshuffle.
China COSCO Shipping orders LNG trio at HudongChina COSCO Shipping on Tuesday said it has placed an order for three liquefied natural gas (LNG) carriers at Hudong Zhonghua Shipbuilding.
Low demand and capacity withdrawal to persist for container shippingContainer shipping is expected to see current low demand levels persisting, consequently leading to high levels of capacity withdrawals, according to analyst Sea-Intelligence.
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